Join Kevin Meeks & Karen Henderson for Baton Rouge's Morning News, 5:30-9 AM on 1150 WJBO.  News updates every 30-minutes from 1150 WJBO's Don Grady and Fox News Radio, and sports with Richard Condon at :15 & :45 past each hour.

Each hour we will have multiple reports on the weather and flooding threat.

6:11 AM - A new mixed-use development is set for downtown and it could be a "game-changer". We'll talk with Downtown Development District Exec. Director Davis Rhorer. 

6:21 AM - The rivers are rising, what does it mean for people who live along the Amite?  We check-in with Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks. 

6:41 AM - Principal Caroline Wood with Louisiana Connections Academy talks about her virtual school being an asset to state education. 

7:11 AM - Former Baton Rouge Police Chief and former EBR Sheriff Greg Phares comments on gun control and our society.  What type of guns make for good home and personal protection?

7:21 AM - Baton Rouge Area Chamber President and CEO Adam Knapp talks with Kevin & Karen about the business climate for 2013.

7:41 AM - How long will the rain hang around and is there a possibility of severe flooding in our area?  We'll hear from WBRZ News 2 Meteorologist Dave Nussbaum.

8:11 AM - Oscar nominations are being announced.  We get the scoop from Fox News Radio's Sabrina Sabbagh.

8:21 AM - Wednesday's Metro Council meeting was to take up the issue of a possible buyout for people living near a wastewater treatment plant in north Baton Rouge.  We talk with Councilwoman Tara Wicker.

8:41 AM - TBA.