08:30 Newscast, November 29th, 2016

With less than two weeks to go before the runoff, US Senate candidates are making a final push to get voters out to the polls. Jeff Palermo has more…:
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The concern over a tourism in drop in New Orleans is growing on the heels of the latest Bourbon Street shooting last weekend which claimed the life of an innocent Baton Rouge artist. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says state and local officials need to implement new policies…:
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Louisiana ranks number one in the nation for the best anti-trafficking laws, according to the nonprofit organization Shared Hope International. But Franklinton Senator Beth Mizell says more legislation is needed to protect victims…:
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She suggests creating more safe places for these girls to go once they’re rescued.

The severe storms that ripped through Louisiana Monday downed trees and power lines in some north Louisiana parishes, and claimed the life of an elderly man in south Louisiana. Straight line winds caused damage in Union Parish, and a 91-year-old man in Baton Rouge died after a tree that snapped due to the strong gusts fell on top of him. Forecasters say once again conditions are favorable for strong thunderstorms overnight into Wednesday.