08:30 Newscast, August 30th, 2017

Tropical Storm Harvey makes a second U.S. landfall, this time in Louisiana as the system moves north through the state. Jeff Palermo has more..:
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State Police say I-10 Westbound at milepost 4 near the Texas state line is closed due to flooding. Motorists on the Texas side of the Sabine River who are unable to proceed west are being escorted the opposite direction by troopers, back into Louisiana. If you’re headed that way, LSP says it’s best to travel north via I-49 and US 171 in Lake Charles. However, travel to southeast Texas is strongly discouraged at this time due to flooding.

National media has been praising the efforts of the Cajun Navy 2016 for their rescue operations in Texas where thousands of people have become stranded due to catastrophic flooding from Harvey. Penny Shar with Project We Care Louisiana works in conjunction with the Cajun Navy 2016 she says boating teams communicate through the dispatch smartphone app Zello…:
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Shar says the Cajun Navy 2016 began rescue efforts in Humble, Texas and will continue to work until everyone who needs help is rescued.

The entire state of Louisiana is going see at least some type of impact from Tropical Storm Harvey. Alek Krautman is with the National Weather Service in Slidell…:
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He says west-central Louisiana is to receive heavier rains around midnight tonight, while 3 to 6 inches is possible across north Louisiana.