08:30 Newscast, November 30th, 2016

LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center is looking for people to take part in a groundbreaking study that looks at ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Emelie Gunn reports…:
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The Baton Rouge Police Police Union is livid over the Metro Council’s decision to settle with Alton Sterling protesters who sued over the treatment they received from cops. The city leaders agreed to pay $100,000 to the demonstrators instead of going to trial. The Police Union says this payout is a slap in the face to all officers involved.

There is an opioid overdose every 18 hours in Louisiana, and now Walgreens is selling an over the counter antidote that would stop the effects of an OD. That’s according to LSU Health New Orleans Professor of Psychiatry James Becnel. He says he hopes more pharmacies will make Naloxone available…:
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He says not only addicts, but anyone who has an opioid prescription for more than two weeks should purchase naloxone.

State Police say a 17-year-old is dead after failing to yield for a train in Sabine Parish and colliding with it. They say Kevin Brown’s vehicle exited the left side of the road after impact and overturned.

Gonzales Police are looking for a man they say allegedly walked into a gas station, exposed himself and began performing a sex act in front of customers. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact authorities.