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Arrests made in Ragley shooting

Good morning, southwest Louisiana.

I'm Holly Carter in for Agnes DeRouen for 7 News at Noon today.

Beauregard Parish Sheriff Ricky Moses says two people have been arrested in Monday's shooting of 53-year-old Jerry Stover. Stover was killed in the front yard of his Ragley home. We'll have the latest on the investigation.

Plus, an 82-year-old man is searching for a wife after three failed marriages. But he's using an unconventional approach. See his interesting advertisement method at noon.

Also, long time anchor Bill Leger's funeral is this afternoon. Leger passed away in a car accident this past weekend. We'll have the arrangement details.

And meteorologist Ben Terry will join us to let us know how long the cooler temperatures will stick around.

We hope you join us in about an hour for 7 News at Noon. You can also watch us online at www.kplctv.com. Have a great day!

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