Dozens Injured In Tornadoes Across Southern LouisianaTornadoes that struck parts of southeastern Louisiana injured dozens, destroyed homes and businesses, flipped cars and trucks, and left thousands without power, but no deaths were reported.
Justices Uphold Katrina Fraud Verdict Against State FarmA unanimous Supreme Court has upheld a jury verdict that State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. committed fraud against the federal government after 2005's Hurricane Katrina.
Mobile Homes Returning To Louisiana After Deadly FloodingMobile homes will fill front yards across southern Louisiana again, just like after Hurricane Katrina, as federal authorities bring in temporary housing for thousands displaced by catastrophic flooding.
White House Says Feds Doing Their Part In Flood ResponsePresident Barack Obama is making his first visit to flood-ravaged southern Louisiana as he attempts to assure people in the state that his administration has made their recovery a priority.
'Wire' Actor Wendell Pierce Loses Baton Rouge Home"The Wire" and "Treme" actor Wendell Pierce's home was destroyed by flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11 years after his childhood home was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Group Planning To Make House Into Hurricane Katrina MemorialA house that was flooded by Hurricane Katrina could become a memorial to the catastrophic storm that nearly wiped New Orleans off the map 11 years ago.
Start Of 2nd Weekend Of Jazz Fest Soaked By RainThe start of the second weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival was marked with thunderstorms, but the music played on to crowds that were thinned by the bad wea
Obama 'Inspired' By People Of New OrleansPresident Barack Obama held out the people of New Orleans on Thursday as an extraordinary example of renewal and resilience 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Obama Marks Katrina's 10th AnniversaryPresident Obama said that New Orleans is "moving forward" a decade after Hurricane Katrina dealt it a devastating blow.
10-year Sentence For Ex-New Orleans Mayor NaginFormer New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other corruption that spanned his two terms as mayor — including the chaotic years after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005.
Border Patrol Looking To House Immigrants In Abandoned Warehouses Along Rio GrandeLocal governments in south Texas are overwhelmed by the more than 52,000 children who have entered the country illegal in recent months.
Border Sheriff Likens Influx Of Illegal Immigrants To Hurricane KatrinaOfficials say that nearly a thousand illegal immigrants a day are crossing into Texas from Mexico, an anomaly that is now being compared to Hurricane Katrina.