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Giant sinkhole in Assumption Parish is getting bigger

Coming up tonight on 9news at 5: The giant sinkhole in Assumption Parish grew another 25 feet today. WAFB's Nick Foley will have a live report.

Then tonight on 9news at 6: While many people are dealing with debris clean up or insurance claims three weeks after Hurricane Isaac, one Baton Rouge man is waiting to reunite with his dog that was found more than 900 miles away. WAFB's Kelsey Davis will have that story.

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