This 'Dome Home' is the Perfect House if You Live in Louisiana
Here's a house that will definitely turn heads and make you stand out among the rest of your neighbors.
12 Nursing Home Residents Evacuated During Storm Have Died
During Hurricane Ida, hundreds of nursing home residents from several parishes were evacuated to a Tangipahoa Parish warehouse. It's now been reported that 12 of those residents have died.
Entergy Wants $5 Surcharge to Pay for Louisiana Storm Damage
An extra $5 dollars could be added to your Entergy bill to help pay for needed utility system repairs following the recent hurricanes.
Jon Batiste Wears Tux Covered in Pictures from Hurricane Katrina
New Orleans musician Jon Batiste showed his love for New Orleans, Louisiana and its people in a strong, powerful, beautiful heartfelt message at the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards Sunday night live from Los Angeles.
Photo of 'Super Predator Alligator' That Ate Slidell Man Surfaces
Is this the alligator that attacked and killed a man in Slidell, La. during Hurricane Ida?
Lafourche Parish Residents Say They’re Now Living in Polluted Mud [PHOTOS]
Brittney Elliot Serigny recently posted photos from Lafourche Parish and as you will see here, residents there are now living in mud that may be toxic.
New Orleans Man Arrested - Allegedly Threatened To Shoot Mayor
According to reports, a New Orleans area man has been arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot the mayor. Apparently, his frustration with the trash pick-up issue that has persisted across the city is what led to the threat made to 911-operators.
Tropical Storms Peter, Rose Form; Baseball Internet Goes Wild
Someone at the National Hurricane Center must be a Cincinnati Reds fan.
Tropics Remain Active Two Tropical Storms Churning in Atlantic
As the Gulf South awaits a cold front this week, the tropical Atlantic Basin remains quite active with two named tropical systems.
New Orleans Residents Holding 'Trash Parade' on Saturday
It has been nearly three weeks since Hurricane Ida battered the southeastern portion of Louisiana. And while power has been restored to much of the region, in New Orleans, residents are still waiting for trash pickups to resume.
Tropics Are Still Very Active - Three Systems Being Monitored
The tropical Atlantic Basin remains very active. So far the prognosis for Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico looks pretty good but that could certainly change.