06:30 Newscast August 21, 2015

The eyes of the world will be on New Orleans over the next week as major television networks will air Hurricane Katrina specials in recognition of the 10 year anniversary. Fox News and ESPN will show features this weekend and ABC has a one hour show Sunday night. New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation Spokesperson Lea Sinclair says thousands of journalists will ascend on the city….

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President Obama will visit the city on Thursday.

State GOP executive director Jason Dore says “opposition research” is why his name appears on a list of accounts that used the Ashley Madison cheating website. Dore says his law firm routinely searches online databases to provide clients with reports. Political Analyst Bernie Pinsonat says its common for those who work in politics to use various websites to dig up dirt on candidates or politicians

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The Baton Rouge Police Department arrests a man they say exposed himself to a woman jogging the LSU lakes claiming he had to do it 100 times to get into a fraternity. BRPD Corporal Don Coppola says 32-year-old Charles Jeremy Harrison of Denham Springs is charged with a count of obscenity. The victim came forward on August 11th…:

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Coppola says cops identified Harrison from other police reports and the victim was also able to identify the man from a photographic line-up. LSU says there was no record of Harris attending the school.