10:30 Newscast, November 2nd, 2015

Louisiana’s START College Savings Program has been ranked the 5th best plan in the country by Christian Science Monitor. Don Molino has more…:
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State Police is reminding motorists to play it safe now that Daylight Savings time is over and folks are adjusting to a new schedule. Trooper Dustin Dwight says following basic driving safety rules will keep roads much more safe, even at night…:
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The Lafayette Police Department says a bicyclist was killed after he was run over by a Toyota Tundra. Investigators say 53-year-old Thomas Landry of Lafayette was riding his bike on the side of the road last night when the driver of the truck says Landry fell directly into his path in the roadway and he was unable to avoid hitting him. Landry died at a local hospital.

As flu season is rapidly approaching, the Tulane University School of Medicine is working on more effective vaccines after receiving a 1.6 million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health. Tulane immunologist Dr. Elizabeth Norton says their goal is to make a better vaccine for people regardless of the strength of their immune system..:
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Norton says the grant will support research until 2020.

The New Orleans Saints have now won three in a row after defeating the New York Giants in the last 5 seconds of regulation Sunday, 52-49.