07:30 Newscast, October 31st, 2017

It’s Halloween and of course that means trick or treaters and motorists are being reminded to watch out for each other this evening. State Trooper Jesse LaGrange says parents need to make sure kids can be easily seen on the road…:
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Drivers should use caution when navigating neighborhoods.

Indoor shooting ranges could expose people to toxic levels of lead, according to the State Department of Health. Over the past 40 years, the CDC says 36 studies show higher toxic lead levels among those who use gun ranges regularly. Dr. David Holcombe with Office of Public Health says you can take proactive measures to reduce being affected by lead exposure..:
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He adds you should never place lead bullets in your mouth.

The town of Tuscaloosa is gearing up to host thousands of LSU fans this weekend for the big SEC West matchup between the Tigers and Crimson Tide:
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Due to an increase in flu activity in Cameron Parish, The Louisiana Department of Health is scheduling an additional flu vaccination clinic. Dr. B. J. Foch (Fosh) says the cases are concentrated in one area…:
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The clinic will be held on Thursday from 8 to 4:30 at the Cameron Parish Health Unit in Cameron.