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At Least Four Hurt In Fire At ExxonMobil Refinery In BR
At least four people were injured when a fire broke out at the ExxonMobil refinery in Baton Rouge.
In Flood Zone, Many Louisiana Families Yearn To Return Home
Thousands of Louisiana families are still relying on the government for housing three months after catastrophic flooding drove them out of their homes.
Court Blocks Expansion Of Overtime Pay Rule After States Sue
A federal court is blocking implementation of a regulation that would make an estimated 4 million more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay.
Elderly, Disabled To Get Priority In Flood Recovery Plan
Fixing flood-damaged homes owned by thousands of elderly or disabled residents would be Louisiana's first priority.
PBS Journalist Gwen Ifill Dies Of Cancer
The veteran journalist and co-anchor of the network's "NewsHour" with Judy Woodruff, died today of cancer.
Monday Deadline For Flood Victims To Register With FEMA
Registration with FEMA can be done online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov
Will Trump And Clinton Divide Families At Thanksgiving?
Mothers and sons, sisters and brothers, friends who are now unfriended — it's been tough for some on opposing sides who must now figure out the way forward.
Senate Race Candidates Conflict On Debate Plans For Runoff
It's unclear how the campaigns will resolve the debate-scheduling disagreement.
2016 Pecan Crop Struggling In Louisiana
Insects, mites and disease have caused Louisiana pecan yields to drop.
Controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Out, Facing Jail Time
The race became a referendum on Arpaio's mounting legal woes.
New Orleans Firm Marketing Coins From 1715 Shipwrecks
A New Orleans investment firm has begun marketing gold coins from a 300-year-old shipwreck discovered off Florida's coast.
Louisiana Governor Going Back To Washington For Flood Aid
Gov. John Bel Edwards is looking to garner support for another $4 billion in flood recovery funding from the federal government.