Morning Rush Headlines; February 25, 2019

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  • New Iberia Police are busy investigating multiple shootings. Two people were arrested in connection to one of those shootings on Friday night.
  • Ville Platte police are still looking for a suspect in a shooting Sunday morning. Police say one person was shot in the leg after a fight.
  • New Orleans police say a female bystander was fatally shot as a man being ejected from a bourbon street eatery grabbed a security guard’s gun and fired it several times as they struggled.  Police say the man also shot himself and the guard.
  • President Trump leaves for Vietnam today. He’ll hold a two day summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this week.
  • Two people, including a 5-year-old, were injured over the weekend in a two-vehicle crash in Lafayette. It happened at the intersection of Louisiana Avenue and Saint Charles street.
  • Lieutenant Governor BillyNungesserr and the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board are searching for chefs to compete in the annual Louisiana seafood cookoff.
  • The Fete Dieu De Teche is looking for readers for their upcoming jubilee of the word marathon. 

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