12:30 Newscast October 31, 2014

State Police announce the driver who struck and killed two girls in Breaux Bridge yesterday will be charged with two counts of vehicular homicide. A 15-year-old and 14-year-old were killed, while 13-year-old Niya Flugence is in stable condition at a Baton Rouge hospital. Lt. J.B. Slaton says a blood sample was taken from 32-year-old Jeremy Abraham to see if he was impaired when the crash occurred…

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Abraham is still in a Lafayette hospital being treated for injuries.

A new Glascock Group survey of voters in the 6th Congressional District shows Democrat former Governor Edwin Edwards still leading with 34-percent while Republican candidate Garret Graves has moved into the second spot with 22-percent. Pollster Darrell Glascock says as we approach the Tuesday election, it appears that name recognition is very important…

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Fellow Republican candidate Paul Dietzel narrowly trails Graves in the poll with 19-percent.

The Office of Motor Vehicles will begin a “Senior Day” pilot program Saturday at various OMV offices in the state. Sgt. Nick Manale says this program is designed for senior citizens aged 60 and older…

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Select OMV offices will be open Saturday from 8AM until 12 Noon. Initially, “Senior Day” will occur one Saturday a month for the next six months. A list of locations is available on the OMV website.

Colder temperatures are expected across Louisiana this weekend. Overnight lows will drop into the thirties in some sections of the state. Saturday and Sunday sunny skies and high temperatures in the sixties are predicted throughout the Bayou State.