06:30 Newscast October 31, 2014

State Police say charges are pending against the driver of the truck who struck and killed two teenage girls, who were walking to school in Breaux Bridge Thursday morning. The driver has been identified as 32-year-old Jeremy Abraham of Breaux Bridge and the mayor of the town, Jack Delhomme, is upset this would happen in his city…

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A third victim, a 13-year-old girl, has serious injuries and is in a Baton Rouge hospital.

A new poll on the US Senate race conducted by the University of New Orleans Survey Research Center shows 21-percent of the voters are undecided heading into the November fourth election. UNO political science professor Ed Chervenak says it’s a sign voters are not happy with the two main candidates, Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger Bill Cassidy…

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He says the telephone poll surveyed nearly six-hundred registered voters in Louisiana.

Louisiana State Police will phase out additional patrols in the French Quarter following the Halloween weekend. The one hundred additional troopers have been assisting with patrols following a mass shooting on Bourbon Street in June. Superintendent Colonel Mike Edmonson says the phase out is really a result of economics…

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State Police will continue assist in the French Quarter during holidays and major events.

Running back Mark Ingram rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns as the Saints beat the Carolina Panthers 28-10 last night in Charlotte. The win snaps a seven game losing streak on the road for the Black and Gold and they take over first place in the NFC South.