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Why, more than a year and a half into the pandemic, do strange shortages keep popping up in so many corners of American life?  Supply-chain... [Read More]
A $27 million Hurricane Ida relief fund has been made available for undocumented New Yorkers who do not qualify for FEMA assistance, Hochul and de... [Read More]
Mark Ballard's news story on the Sept. 6 front page discussing devastation caused by Hurricane Ida to electrical power grids in our great state is... [Read More]
For the third time in 18 months Louisiana public school students are engulfed in turmoil, this time because of Hurricane Ida. [Read More]
Tulane University Freshman Teo Banks returned to campus Saturday afternoon to find his brand new PlayStation console missing from his dorm room at Butler House. [Read More]
843 nursing home residents from seven homes were crammed into an Independence, La. warehouse ahead of Hurricane Ida. [Read More]
The New Orleans Saints are finally headed home. ... [Read More]
The remains found in an alligator's stomach have been positively identified as those of a man who was attacked and killed in Hurricane Ida floodwaters. [Read More]
A 'tent city' has risen in Louisiana filled with workers trying to restore power across the state after Hurricane Ida. [Read More]
Many in parishes directly along the path of Hurricane Ida say they have not seen the same level of aid as big cities like New... [Read More]
Although Tulane looked hung against UAB on Saturday night after a hard month, players and coach Willie Fritz refused to blame the distractions caused by... [Read More]
Grand Isle officials announced Saturday that the island is closed to everyone except residents and camp owners in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. [Read More]
The Saints are finally going home. [Read More]
On This Week in Louisiana Politics, Entergy is in the hot seat a month after Hurricane Ida destroyed a large swath of the company's infrastructure... [Read More]
From repairing homes and gifting gas cards to donating supplies and feeding the community, Valero sprang into action to support its employees, community partners and... [Read More]
Everyone in Houma, Louisiana, is coming together to cook – not for a huge town gathering, but to make sure everyone whose homes have been... [Read More]
"We lost everything. Gotta gut the whole thing out again. It is depressing, but we are survivors." [Read More]
People in South Jersey are helping those impacted by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana. At the Moorestown Mall, the Dipasquale family organized the "tractor-trailer challenge." ... [Read More]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Lafourche Parish School District Superintendent Jarod Martin surveyed the damage at his schools in a helicopter, gazing through the... [Read More]
Editor's note: The following events occurred before Hurricane Ida. Both sets of photographs were taken outdoors. [Read More]
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