12:30 Newscast, November 30th, 2016

Democratic US Senate candidate Foster Campbell says he’s raised $2.5 million in campaign funds in the last month, but will dollars be enough to secure a victory? Political analyst Bernie Pinsonat says while Campbell has raised a decent amount of money, the Democrat’s biggest hurdle is trying to win a statewide election in a red state…:
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Pinsonat expects Campbell will use the nearly $1.5 million he has on hand to hit the airwaves hard in the last few days before the runoff.

Today is the last day of the 2016 hurricane season which produced 15 named storms, the most in 4 years. NOAA’s lead hurricane forecaster, Gerry Bell, says the reason the Gulf was spared for the most part this year is because the storms formed over the tropical Atlantic which tend not to track this way…:
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The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating an extremely disturbing case of a 51-year-old Air force Veteran who is accused of raping several foster children in his care. They say the investigation began after one of the victims came forward, and during questioning of 51-year-old Terral Parfait, he admitted to everything. Parfait faces many charges including three counts of 1st degree rape of three boys under the age of 12 — and cops fear there are more victims out there.

The Feral Hog Management Task Force meets today to discuss ways to control the wild hog population in Louisiana. Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Veterinarian Dr. Jim LaCour says the hogs continues to be a major problem…:
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