06:30 Newscast, September 28th, 2016

Sweater weather is coming to Louisiana as the first cold front of the Fall has made its way in. State Climatologist Barry Keim says this front has really lowered the humidity. And low temperatures will reach the mid 50s later this week in north Louisiana and the low 70s in southeast Louisiana…:
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Keim says this beautiful weather, with no rain in sight, will remain in place through the weekend and maybe into early next week.

The continuing resolution that contains money for flood relief efforts in Louisiana is tied up in politics, and the clock is ticking before Congress’ fall recess. US Senator Bill Cassidy says they’re going back and forth because Senate Democrats want funding for the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, in the spending bill as well…:
CUT 7 (09) “that bill”

The state republican party is accusing Governor John Bel Edwards of using the flood to his advantage to raise money for his re-election campaign. Jeff Palermo has more…:
Cut 3 (32) “I’m Jeff Palermo”

East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore has dropped all charges against LSU defensive end Davon Godchaux. They say the change comes following physical evidence at the scene of an alleged argument between Godchaux and his girlfriend. Godchaux faced domestic abuse charges, but Moore said in a statement there were inconsistent statements by the girlfriend and charges could now be pending against her.