8:30 LRN Newscast November 30

All good things must come to an end and the Saints 10-game winning streak ended last night with a 13-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. New Orleans was held to 176 total yards of offense as Quarterback Drew Brees was under duress for much of the game…
cut 3 (12) “…what we were doing”
The Saints record falls to 10-2 and they now have the second best record in the NFC.

A new statewide poll shows President Donald Trump’s approval rating in Louisiana has increased by seven-percent over the last year and now a clear majority of voters support him. Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says 2018 featured big issues important to white conservative voters which dominate the state’s electorate….
cut 10 (10) “…55% popular”
On the flip side, 86-percent of black voters gave Trump a negative rating.

A more active hurricane season than predicted comes to an end today with 15 named storms, two of the them developed into major hurricanes that caused wide spread damage in the Carolinas and Florida, plus killing dozens. Forecasters were anticipating a near normal season, which means a dozen named storms, but Colorado State Hurricane Forecast Researcher Doctor Phil Klotzbach says vertical wind shear never really developed in the eastern and central tropical Atlantic…
cut 6 (10) “…a hurricane”

There’s the potential for severe weather today, especially for the northern third of the state. Brandi Richardson with the National Weather Service in Shreveport says an upper level trough is making its way towards Louisiana and there’s a cold front behind this weather system…
cut 14 (07) “…force those thunderstorms”
There’s also slight chance for severe weather in southeast Louisiana.