16:30 Newscast, September 29th, 2016

The President has signed the bill that contains $400 million dollars for flood recovery efforts in Louisiana, but when that money will be available to flood victims is still up in the air. Lafayette City-Parish president Joel Robideaux, who sits on the Recovery Louisiana Task Force, says right now flood victims are waiting for answers…:
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He says the task force hopes to have a solution soon.

The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man they say posed as a FEMA agent and forced his way into a residence where he shot the homeowner. They say 47-year-old Deshaun Harness and another man told a woman at the door she needed to sign some FEMA forms, and that’s when one of them held pulled a handgun and shot a man who lived there. Harness was captured Wednesday and charged with attempted murder charges. Authorities are still looking for the other man.

The sky was ablaze this morning in Webster parish, as some of the explosives being stored at Camp Minden blew up in a bunker. Jeff Palermo has more…:
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State Police say a 68-year-old Denham Springs man died this morning in a head-on crash in Livingston Parish. They say it happened as Harold Bergeron was traveling on Highway 190 in Denham Springs then went to turn into a subdivision into the path of another vehicle traveling in the opposite direction. Bergeron sustained life threatening injuries and later died at a local hospital. The other driver sustained serious injuries in the crash.