10:30 LRN Newscast September 30th

The movie “Deepwater Horizon” premieres in theaters across the country tonight. It promises to give movie goers an inside look at what happened before the 2010 disaster that killed 11 oil rig workers. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says he’s already seen it and it’s well done…
cut 6 (08) “…their life”
The movie stars Mark Wahlberg, Kate Hudson and Kurt Russell.

A preliminary investigation into yesterday’s morning explosion at Camp Minden in Webster Parish ahs determined it occurred in a storage bunker where no one was working. State Trooper Matt Harris says the earth covered bunkers are made to withstand that kind of blast to keep the debris and the damage to minimum….
cut 14 (07) “…years ago”
Harris says on the other side of the facility, work continues to destroy the M-6 propellant.

New flood insurance rate maps go into effect today in the New Orleans area. About 60-thousand homeowners will be shifted from a high risk mandatory purchase area to a low to moderate risk area, which means flood insurance is no longer required. David Maurstad, with FEMA, says if a homeowner’s risk goes down, they still need to be ready for the next flooding event…
cut 8 (11) “…affordable policy”

The Wildest Show in the South gets underway this weekend, as the Angola Rodeo returns Sunday on the grounds of the state prison. Angola spokesperson Gary Young says the rodeo is held every Sunday in October, and the gates open at 9am…:
Cut 10 (10) “and crafts”
For more information, visit angolarodeo.com.