15:30 LRN Newscast November 29th

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. Louisiana ACLU 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.

Severe weather is moving through northeast Louisiana and we’re seeing warm temperatures throughout the state. But state climatogist Barry Keim says a cold front moving through the state tonight will drop our temperatures for the rest of the week…
cut 10 (10) “…into tomorrow’

Tulane Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Tor Tornqvist is very concerned about the future of Louisiana’s coast if the United States removes itself from an agreement with other countries to reduce greenhouse gases, which have been tied global warming and a rise sea levels. Tornqvist says large communities will have to be moved if this climate change agreement is not followed…
cut 13 (10) “…including New Orleans”
Based on previous statements, Mr. Trump has expressed skpticism about global warming caused by humans.

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