Tuesday Aug 19
Plaquemines Parish looks to change coastal plan
During Hurricane Katrina, what was left of Earl Armstrong Jr.'s cattle in lower Plaquemines Parish took refuge from the flood waters on a ridge of land that had been built after Hurricane Betsy in 1965, 40 years before.
As Metro Detroit floodwaters rise, so do questions about insurance claims
The flood of rainwater that deluged Metro Detroit Monday afternoon turned into a flood of phone calls all day Tuesday, as waterlogged homeowners desperately dialed clean-up services and insurance agents.
Shift to onshore production helps buffer natural gas market from Gulf storm threats
Natural gas prices have historically responded with volatility to the threat to offshore supply posed by storms impacting the Gulf of Mexico producing region, but as inland gas production overtakes offshore production, the natural gas market is being rendered less susceptible to storm-induced price spikes.
Training center plans move forwardTraining center plans move...
Training center plans move forward New facility will offer advanced training for police, fire and first responders throughout St. Landry Parish.
Kenner City Council approves Pontchartrain Center roofing contract
Kenner City Council on Thursday approved a contract with Crown Architectural Metal Company to replace the Pontchartrain Center roof , which was damaged during Hurricane Isaac two years ago.