9:30 LRN Newscast

After the data breach involving a third party vendor used by the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles last month, the OMV is offering a free year of Life Lock credit monitoring to those impacted. But Leesville Representative Chuck Owen believes the incident warrants legislative oversite.
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Owen says decision on whether to call for an oversite committee is left to House Speaker Clay Schexnayder.

WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge is reporting the family of deceased LSU student Madison Brooks wanted law enforcement to look into the possibility of her being sexually assaulted before her death. Brooks was killed by a passing car after a heavy night of drinking in January. Four people have been charged for their involvement in an alleged rape of Brooks prior to her death. But WBRZ is reporting no DNA from the suspects was found in Brooks.

Louisiana’s gubernatorial candidates are using text messaging as another way to reach out to voters. You may have received a text message from Sharon Hewitt, Richard Nelson, Stephen Waguespack or one of the other candidates. LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan…
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The FCC says political text messages can be sent without permission as long as the sender does not use autodialing technology.

Construction for a new warehouse in Houma for Second Harvest Food Bank will get underway in August. The 17,000-square-foot facility will allow the agency to better serve Grand Isle along with Terrebonne, Lafourche, and St. Mary parishes. Second Harvest President Natalie Jayroe…
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The new warehouse will also contain a 3,400-square-foot community kitchen in the future that will be able to serve up to 3,000 meals daily.