09:30 Newscast, October 31st, 2017

It’s Halloween night and State Police is reminding the public that registered sex offenders cannot participate in trick or treating activities. Trooper Jesse LaGrange says you can investigate the neighborhood you plan to take children beforehand…:
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He urges drivers to be vigilant on the roads tonight, and kids to have a glow stick or something reflective on their clothing.

It’s LSU versus Alabama week, and fans from both schools are pumped for the big game Saturday night in Bryant Denny Stadium. Barrett Elder with Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports says LSU fans know the atmosphere is electric inside Tiger Stadium for big primetime games like this, and you can expect to see the same thing over there…:
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LSU hasn’t beat Bama since 2011.

The State Department of Health is warning those who frequent indoor shooting ranges about toxic exposure to lead. Dr. David Holcombe says effects from lead can permanently damage vital organs, and in children, damage the nervous system, slow growth, create learning and behavior problems…:
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He says if you enjoy indoor shooting ranges, make sure you get regular medical checkups and blood work to monitor your exposure to lead.

Due to an increase in flu activity in Cameron Parish, The Louisiana Department of Health is scheduling an additional vaccination clinic. It will be held Thursday at the Cameron Parish Health Unit. Dr. BJ Foch, regional medical director, hopes folks who still need a flu shot come out:
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The flu hospitalizes three-thousand per year and causes about 500 deaths in Louisiana.