1130AM LRN News

It was a tough night in Dallas as the Saints drop a shocker 13-10 to the Cowboys. Brees threw for just 39 yards in the first half and ended up with 127 yards passing. New Orleans couldn’t get its run game going as Alvin Kamara was held to 36 yards rushing, while Mark Ingram had just 27 yards on the ground. Coach Sean Payton says not enough success on first down, led to a long night…

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The loss takes the road to the Super Bowl out of New Orleans and into Los Angeles in the NFC.

Good news for the thousands of motorists who use the Sunshine Bridge in St. James Parish. The bridge was closed last month for repairs after a barge hit the structure, but it will be partially reopened tomorrow. DOTD spokesperson Rodney Mallett says keep in mind it’s only one lane each way.

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Today marks the end of a hurricane season that now researchers are now saying they initially under-predicted.  Kevin Barnhart has the story.

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Congressman Ralph Abraham is not ruling out a run for governor less than a year out from the 2019 contest that will see the south’s only Democrat incumbent governor take on a Republican field that has yet to fully materialize. Abraham told the Advocate that he’s “leaning to run” at the moment and is “definitely looking”. He said he’ll make his call by the end of the year. Senator John Kennedy says he’ll make his decision by Monday.