11:30 Newscast, November 29th, 2016

Law enforcement agencies in Baton Rouge have settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by advocacy groups that alleged police used excessive force and psychical abuse during Alton Sterling protests. ACLU of Louisiana Executive Director Marjorie Esman says this agreement assures that citizens rights are respected moving forward…:
CUT 6 (10) “peaceful protests”
The suit said that during protests people were wrongfully arrested when they were gathered peacefully to speak out against the killing of Sterling during a confrontation with officers.

According to the nonprofit organization Shared Hope International, Louisiana has the best anti-trafficking laws in the country. But Franklinton Senator Beth Mizell says more needs to be done to protect victims like creating more than one safe place for them to go when rescued:
CUT 12 (08) “be addressed”

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…:
CUT 16 (09) “not working”

One person is dead after an air boat on a swamp tour collided with another vessel yesterday afternoon in LaFourche Parish. LDWF spokesman Adam Einck says the crash occurred near Mud Lake and the driver of the mud boat was ejected:
CUT 3 (10) “pronounced deceased”
He says no one on the swamp tour air boat was injured.

According to the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office, a man is under arrest for allegedly stealing over $1,000 worth of makeup. The suspect is Tryston Whatley.