07:30 Newscast, August 30th, 2017

For the second time, Tropical Storm Harvey has made landfall in the US. The storm hit at Cameron this morning near the Texas/Louisiana border. Cameron Parish OEP Director Danny Lavergne says they are ready…:
Cut 4 (11) “pass on through”
Governor John Bel Edwards says forecasters indicate the storm is expected to drop another 10 to 20 inches of rain across the Bayou State…:
Cut 6 (11) “flooding problems”
Edwards says more than 670 guardsmen are working on Harvey operations in the state. The storm is expected to become a tropical depression by Wednesday night. The entire state is under a flash flood watch through tomorrow evening.

The Cajun Navy 2016′s rescue work in Texas is being praised by local authorities. So how do they do it? Penny Shar with Project We Care Louisiana works in conjunction with the Cajun Navy 2016 and she says they use the Zello Smartphone App to communicate with nearby boats and find stranded residents:
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Shar says they also have someone who has medical experience, like a doctor or nurse on a boat, in each area.

A Lincoln Parish sheriff’s deputy is recovering and a suspect is dead following an officer-involved shooting on Highway 80 on Tuesday at noon. State Trooper Michael Reichardt says LSP is investigating…:
Cut 8 (09) “shots were fired”
He says the deputy’s bulletproof vest deflected the round, and he returned fire on the suspect who later died.