14:30 Newscast Nov 30

A Baton Rouge college student is under arrest for murdering and dismembering his parents in Tennessee. Knox County Sheriff Major Michael MaClean says 29-year-old Joel Michael Guy Junior went home for the Thanksgiving weekend and viciously stabbed his parents and tried to cover the crime up.

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It’s unclear what school Guy was attending.

Democratic US Senate candidate Foster Campbell announces he’s raised $2.5 million in campaign funds in the last month. But political analyst Bernie Pinsonat says voters don’t care about money, they vote based on a candidate’s platforms.

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He says Campbell’s biggest challenge will be winning a statewide race in a red state.

Controlling the state’s wild hog population is the topic of today’s meeting of the Feral Hog Management Task Force. Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries vet Dr. Jim LaCour says the legislature has dedicated 360-thousand dollars towards the problem.

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The LSU AgCenter estimates there are over half a million feral hogs in the state.

The first above average Atlantic Hurricane Season since 2012 comes to an end today. NOAA’s lead hurricane forecaster, Gerry Bell, says he can’t stress enough to coastal residents the importance of being prepared every year for hurricane season.

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Five named storms made landfall this season, the most since 2008 when6 storms hit the coast.