14:30 Newscast November 25, 2015

Governor-elect John Bel Edwards has launched Onward-Louisiana-dot-com giving residents updates on his plans and those interested in working for his administration a chance to apply for a position. Spokesperson for the Edwards transition team Mary Patricia Wray says Edwards is making sure he keeps the promises he made during his campaign…

cut 10 (08) “to achieve”

She says they want the best and the brightest on their team.

Morgan City Police are saying fake money used in movies is making its way across multiple southeast Louisiana parishes. Sgt. Rick Hartley says you can purchase movie money on a number of websites, so it’s very easy to get your hands on this fake money.

cut 8 (09) “easily missed”

He says people often will go into a dimly lit business in an effort to try to break the counterfeit bill for real money.

LSU Coach Les Miles says its business as usual as his team prepares for Texas A&M, despite rumors he could be fired. Miles, who has the highest winning percentage in school history, says there’s no reason to defend himself to those who are deciding his future…

cut 13 (09) “not me”

Miles says his last conversation with athletic director Joe Alleva was on Sunday, but he didn’t say what was discussed.

The state Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control’s “Operation Trick or Treat” has cited 14 additional strip clubs across the state for illegal activities. This crackdown comes weeks after 9 clubs were cited in the French Quarter in New Orleans. ATC Commissioner Troy Hebert says these clubs were cited for several different reasons…

cut 3 (05) “with them”

Hebert says the latest results of this operation show that this is not an issue that’s isolated to the French Quarter.