"Jay Young". He was one of the original news anchors on CNN's Headline News in Atlanta, Georgia, in the 1980s.

Young was a graduate of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana/Baton Rouge.

Jay was a staff member on future Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards' election team in 1971 before moving on to become a popular regional print journalist (Opelousas, Louisiana Daily World) and newscaster in Lafayette, Louisiana KATC (TV)/KATC TV 3 in 1975-76 and in Baton Rouge on WAFB/WAFB-TV 9 in the late 1970s and on WBRZ-TV in the early 1980s to mid-1980s, the latter newscast was reportedly the highest rated American Broadcasting Company/ABC-TV newscast for a market its size in the country. Young later published three novels (in the 1990s) :Where Heathens Pray, Smuggler's Forecast, and Flights of Fantsy.

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The L.A. Zoo's got a very popular attraction coming its way.

We don't lie to get publicity.

We get plenty of good publicity and we don't have to lie to get it. It's really sad.

I took my daughter to school, had breakfast with my dad and when I got to the farm a reporter called to ask a couple more questions and then asked how I got back from L.A. so fast.

He put up a good fight. We're so excited right now.

Jealousy, I don't know.

Declining enrollment certainly pays a part. We've been in decline for several years. Finances also play a part.

I have a limited crew and resources and Gatorland has plenty of crew and resources. I promised I would come back free of charge, but I wish them the best of luck.

I'm just furious. My name is mud.