17:30 LRN Newscast October 31

State Police announce the driver who struck and killed two girls in Breaux Bridge Thursday will be charged with two counts of vehicular homicide. A 15-year-old and 14-year-old were killed and a 13-year-old was seriously injured. 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 in a Lafayette hospital being treated for injuries.

In Calcasieu Parish, a Sam Houston High School student is dead after he fell off the roof of a moving S-U-V driven by an unlicensed 15 year-old. Sixteen year-old Kaleb Franks suffered serious head injuries when the driver made a quick, unexpected jerking motion with the steering wheel.
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That’s Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Commander James McGee, who says it appears the kids were just goofing around when the terrible accident occurred.

Governor Bobby Jindal and Republican Party Chairman Roger Villere say Senator Mary Landrieu should apologize for comments she made to NBC News. Landrieu said the South has not always been the friendliest place for African-Americans, when speaking about President Obama’s disapproval ratings. Villere says race has nothing to do with Obama’s popularity, he blames the President’s policies.

Select Office of Motor Vehicle locations will be open around the state on Saturday from 8 A-M until noon to allow those individuals 60-years and older a chance to take advantage of various O-M-V services, without the long lines…
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A list of locations participating is on the O-M-V website and this service will be available to those 60 and over during the first Saturday of every month for the next six months.