09:30 Newscast August 21, 2015

New Orleans will be the center of attention over the next week as major television networks will air Hurricane Katrina specials in recognition of the 10 year anniversary. New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation Spokesperson Lea Sinclair says the days after Katrina were a dark time in Louisiana history but expect to hear journalists tell the stories of great heroism that took place in the midst of the destruction…

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She says thousands of journalists will ascend on the city.

The Baton Rouge Police Department arrests a man accused of exposing himself to a woman jogging the LSU lakes claiming he had to do it to get into a fraternity. BRPD Corporal Don Coppola says 32-year-old Charles Jeremy Harrison of Denham Springs told the woman that not only did he have to expose himself to 100 women…

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Harrison was booked with a count of obscenity.

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office says a young boy was killed while riding his bicycle in Opelousas. They say the boy was riding his bike in the road when he fell off his bicycle and under the wheel of a truck. Authorities say, as of now, there are no charges pending against the driver of the truck.

I-10 west repair work in West Baton Rouge could cause some delays at night and on weekends. Michelle Southern has more…

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