1:30 LRN Newscast Nov 29

A large portion of the state is under a tornado watch until 7 PM. The watch area covers northeast and central Louisiana. LRN Meteorologist John Wetherbee says the biggest potential for severe stuff is along and north of I-20. He says make sure you have a good way to receive weather alerts…:

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The rainy weather should be over by morning.

A new poll of Louisiana Republican voters shows lots of support for Donald Trump. Edgewater Research pollster Ed Chervenak says they asked who GOP voters in our state want as the 2024 nominee, and turned up 36-percent for Ron DeSantis, but 56-percent want Trump…:

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Will he or won’t he run for governor? A political scientist says the sooner Senator John Kennedy announces the better…:

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Two little St. Tammany Parish girls, who went missing in the woods last night, have been found safe and sound. The 7 and 4-year-old girls and their Golden Retriever were found about 5 hours later by St. Tammany Sheriff’s officers using a helicopter and drones. We’re told the faithful dog never left the sisters’ side.