FEMA's denial of Gustav cleanup funds reviewed
The U.S. Inspector General's Office has agreed to hear complaints from Livingston Parish officials over the lack of Federal Emergency Management Agency funding for most of the Hurricane Gustav cleanup.
Video: Child porn suspect's home razed
Advocate staff photo by ARTHUR D. LAUCK -- Neighbors Patrick O'Neill and Pamela Corron visit Thursday as a crew with the Department of Public Works demolishes the home of David Burke, who was arrested a year ago on dozens of counts of child pornography.
WAFB-TV Baton Rouge
Crews remove neighborhood eyesore belonging to jailed man
It was heavily damaged in Hurricane Gustav and little, if any, repairs were made.
Old Metairie house fire lawsuit transferred to new judge
Fire destroyed an Old Metairie house during Hurricane Gustav while firefighters were sheltered from the storm.
Is your home ready for above average storm season?
With projections for an active 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season, homeowners are being reminded to take the necessary precautions to safeguard life and property.
KPLC-TV Lake Charles
Civic Center's Rosa Hart Theatre to get renovation
At more than 40 years old the Lake Charles Civic Center has no doubt seen better days, especially the Rosa Hart Theatre.
The Dynamics of Disaster Recovery: Resilience and Entropy in Hurricane Response Systems 2005-2008
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Culture aiding economy
Can the Arnaudville experiment become a model for the state? If John Davis, executive director of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, is right, it should be.