12:30 Newscast, November 29th, 2016

An agreement has been made in a lawsuit accusing Baton Rouge law enforcement of violating the civil rights of people protesting the death of Alton Sterling who was killed during a struggle with officers. The suit said that during peaceful gatherings, citizens were physically abused and wrongfully arrested. ACLU of Louisiana Executive Director Marjorie Esman says this proceeding was not seeking monetary damages and money had nothing to do with it..:
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She says this settlement should ensure that such violations won’t happen in the future.

A cold front is sweeping across the state tonight bringing the potential for another round of severe weather. State Climatologist Barry Keim we could experience tornadoes, high winds and hail…:
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Keim says the majority of the rain potential is in southeastern Louisiana with the chance of one to two inches of rain.

After a fatal shooting on Bourbon Street, Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser is worried people won’t want to travel to the Big Easy. Halen Doughty has more…:
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A case is being heard in the 19th Judicial District Court on whether Governor John Bel Edwards’ executive order seeking to prevent LGBT discrimination should be blocked. The suit is filed by Attorney General Jeff Landry who says the order is executive overreach.