07:30 Newscast, November 28th, 2016

Early voting is underway and Election Day is quickly approaching. Emelie Gunn has more on what this means for the US Senate and two Congressional races…:
CUT 1 (27) “I’m Emelie Gunn”

Police in New Orleans are looking for 2 suspects wanted in connection with a terrifying Bourbon Street shooting that claimed the life of a Baton Rouge man and left 9 others injured. Cops say, following the Bayou Classic early Sunday, the suspected shooters, who are not from the area, are believed to have gotten into an argument which escalated and lead to the shooting. The search is underway for the shooters and NOPD is asking for help from the public.

The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services finds Louisiana’s rate of newborns with drugs and alcohol in their system has tripled over the last 8 years. Regional Administrator for Child Welfare, Denise Evans, says more than 15-hundred babies were born exposed to drugs or alcohol in 2015, which can cause problems for the infant…:
Cut 10 (09) “health problems”
Evans says they saw the biggest increase in the use of heroin, marijuana, and prescription drugs.

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is not wasting time getting to work at his new job. The staff is hitting the recruiting trail but without special teams Coach Bradley Dale Peveto who was released. Coach “O” on where they plan to get future Tigers…:
cut 14 (12) “we can”