06:30 Newscast, November 30th, 2016

Parishes in southeast Louisiana are under a tornado watch this morning as a strong band of storms move through the area. The greatest threats with this system, according to forecasters, include damaging winds and isolated twisters. Following the band, a cold front will bring cooler and drier weather today through Friday.

How realistic are metal detectors along Bourbon Street in New Orleans? Don Molino has more…:
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Walgreens Pharmacy has made Naloxone, an opioid antidote, available over the counter in Louisiana. LSU Health New Orleans Professor of Psychiatry James Becnel says not only addicts, but anyone who has an opioid prescription for more than two weeks should purchase naloxone…:
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Becnel says the response from EMS is usually not quick enough, so having naloxone on hand could save someone from dying of an overdose.

The AARP Foundation announces one million dollars in donations are being used to assist older individuals impacted by the devastating August flood. Director of AARP Louisiana, Denise Bottcher, says
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