06:30 Newscast, October 31st, 2017

It’s Halloween, and the safety of drivers and trick or treaters is top of mind for State Police this evening…:
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The Baton Rouge Police Department has arrested a man in connection with the attack of a woman running the LSU lakes in 2013. They said 26-year-old Akeem Yarbrough is charged with attempted second degree kidnapping and second-degree battery. The State Police Crime Lab was able to connect the DNA found on the victim’s clothes to Yarbrough.

The State Department of Health is warning those who frequent indoor shooting ranges about toxic exposure to lead. Dr. David Holcombe says there are no regulations in place to control dangerous levels, but there are things you can do when you head to target practice inside…:
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Over the past 40 years, the CDC says 36 studies show higher toxic lead levels among those who use gun ranges regularly.

LSU might be a big underdog headed into a date with top-ranked Alabama in Bryant–Denny Stadium Saturday, but that would never stop Tiger fans from traveling to watch it unfold. Barrett Elder with Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports says LSU/Alabama games are invariably exciting…:
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He expects an electric atmosphere when the Tigers and Tide kickoff Saturday night at 7pm.