09:30 Newscast August 30, 2014

State officials say a data breach involving JP Morgan Chase may have exposed Louisiana citizens to identity theft or fraud. Jeff Palermo has the story…

CUT 2 (30) “reporting”

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals confirm nine new cases of West Nile virus in the state this week, bringing this year’s total to 61 cases. Of the new infections, five are neuroinvasive disease cases, all occurring in East Baton Rouge Parish. Louisiana continues to have the nation’s second highest number of West Nile virus neuroinvasive disease cases.

Governor Jindal could pay outside lawyers as much as 275-thousand dollars in state money to represent his office in lawsuits over Common Core, according to contracts approved by the division of administration. Jindal filed a lawsuit earlier this week against the Obama administration over Common Core. UL Lafayette Political Science Professor Pearson Cross says Jindal’s anti-Common Core stance could be tied to his presidential aspirations

CUT 4 (05) “republican circles”

The governor accuses the federal government of trying to nationalize the curriculum in local schools.

Those who have outdoor plans Saturday could be dealing with a lot of rain. State Climatologist Barry Keim says thunderstorm activity is expected from New Orleans, through south Louisiana, even into Houston…

CUT 10 (07) “widespread activity”

He says two to three inches of rain is predicted and there’s a good chance for rain on Sunday, too.