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.
Louisiana Signs Emergency Order To Speed Up Debris PickupThe Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has issued an emergency order to speed up the removal of flood debris.
More Disaster Recovery Centers Opening In South LouisianaThe Federal Emergency Management Agency is opening additional disaster recovery centers in the Baton Rouge area.
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.
Dogs Saved From Louisiana Floods Available For AdoptionSome of the dogs brought to Dallas from flood ravaged Louisiana are now up for adoption.
Back In Washington, Obama's Vacation Glow May Fade QuicklyHis post-vacation glow may fade sooner than expected. Obama gets back on the road Tuesday to comfort residents of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a city hard-hit in recent weeks by natural and man-made tragedies.
Cleanup and Search Continues For Flood-Weary LouisianaFlood-weary residents cleaned out houses Saturday as search parties went door to door looking for survivors or bodies trapped by flooding so powerful in some cases it disturbed the dead and sent caskets floating from cemeteries.
Evacuation Urged In South Louisiana CommunityAuthorities in a community in southern Louisiana are calling for residents to evacuate amid rising waters there.
'Act of God': Ruinous Flooding Catches Louisiana Off GuardAt least six people have been killed and more than 20,000 have had to be rescued since Friday in some of the worst flooding the state has ever seen.
Thousands Rescued As Storms, Flooding Wreak Havoc In LouisianaIn high-water vehicles, boats and helicopters, emergency crews worked Sunday to rescue scores of south Louisiana residents from deadly flooding as the governor warned that it was "not over."
Isaac Weakening, NOLA Officials May Breach LeveeLouisiana officials said Wednesday they may have to intentionally breach a levee in a flooded area as Hurricane Isaac made a slow, drenching slog inland before weakening to a tropical storm and a dusk-to-dawn curfew was declared in New Orleans.
Facebook Friends Saving Man's Best Friend In IrvingWith floodwaters threatening southern Louisiana, the Irving Animal Shelter is expecting to receive 77 animals that are being evacuated from the New Orleans area. Those animals are likely to find their way onto Facebook.

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