06:30 Newscast August 28, 2015

Former President George W. Bush visits New Orleans today to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina which political observers say was the low point of his presidency. LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan says when people think about Katrina, they think “Bush Administration”…

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Hogan says in some ways it seems strange that Bush would come back.

Many people are reflecting back to 10 years ago when Hurricane Katrina descended on the Gulf Coast and caused catastrophic widespread damage. Our Governor during that time, Kathleen Blanco, says the unbelievable recovery in the last decade shows the resiliency and determination of Louisianians…

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Families throughout the New Orleans area were displaced and people all over the state were opening their doors to evacuees.

Visitation is today for fallen State Police Trooper Steven Vincent, who was killed in the line of duty earlier this week. Due to tremendous support, the location of the visitation has been moved to the Lake Charles Civic Center Rosa Heart Theater. Calcasieu Parish Police Juror Tony Stelly says he watched Vincent grow up and he will be greatly missed by everyone.

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The funeral service will take place Saturday at noon at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church in Lake Charles.