9:30 LRN Newscast November 29

Governor-Elect Jeff Landry will announce State Police appointments and other Safety and Security Appointments during a press conference today in New Orleans. LA Politics Dot Com Publisher Jeremy Alford says there’s a reason for that…

Cut 7 (07) “…in New Orleans.”

Alford says Landry has been open about his opinion of the issues he sees in the state’s largest city. Alford believes Landry will make his plans clear…

Tickets to see Rock legends The Rolling Stones at the 2024 New Orleans Jazz Festival go on sale today at 1 pm and Louisiana residents get the satisfaction of purchasing tickets first. After being rebooked several times, Festival producer Quint Davis says the Stones will play on Thursday, May 2nd.

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There will be a limited number of one-day tickets and Louisianans can purchase up to six tickets. To purchase tickets, visit N-O-Jazz-Fest dot com.

Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy says he’s working with lawmakers to pass the Disaster Mitigation legislation which would help reduce the impact of future storms on the Bayou State and elsewhere in the country.

Cut 13 (13) “…next disaster.”

He says it’s part of his broader commitment to make sure Louisiana is as prepared as possible for future natural disasters.

Louisiana Department of Health Deputy Secretary Tonya Joiner says they have made 91 percent progress toward their goals for the Fiscal Year 2023.  She says the objective is to concentrate on specific health issues for the year including improving early childhood nutrition.

Cut 11 (08) “…WIC program.”