6:30 LRN Newscast October 30

Southeast Louisiana parish leaders are asking residents for patience and compliance as crews work to get electricity back up and running and clean the streets from the debris left behind by Hurricane Zeta. Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Lee Sheng asks residents to produce the least amount of wastewater possible…
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About 400-thousand residents are without power in southeast Louisiana.

And while the hurricane recovery continues, state health officials are trying to prevent another surge in coronavirus cases. Assistant State Health Officer Doctor Joseph Kanter says the positivity rate recently went above 10-percent in northeast Louisiana…
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CBS News reports a total of 43 states are seeing surges.

Today’s the last day to request an absentee ballot for the November 3rd election. Matt Doyle explains.

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Governor John Bel Edwards has told the Advocate that he’s voting for the Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the presidential race.