John Snell

  State plans for river diversions spark a ‘mud fight’ over coastal restoration

  LSU researcher believes simply filling in oil field canals reverses some coastal land loss

  Hurricane Michael could be upgraded to a Cat. 5

  Victims of the second strongest hurricane to strike the Gulf Coast feel forgotten

Gov. Edwards commits to restore funding for coast

John Snell’s Tribute to Coastal Louisiana

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Plaquemines Parish government raises conflict of interest concerns over state coastal director’s new job

A little late this year, the Smoky Mountains are about to light up in fall color

  The most powerful hurricane ever recorded in Louisiana had no name

  Poll finds broad support for restoration among coastal LA voters

  State pitches reluctant Plaquemines Parish on controversial coastal project

Deepening Mississippi River could lure some of the world’s largest ships to N.O.

The New Orleans and San Diego zoos team up in a first-of-its-kind partnership to breed animals

The Alliance for Sustainable Wildlife gives animals room to roam Betty the Bongo acclimates to her new surroundings, dense woods that hug the river on the New Orleans West Bank. It marks a first-of-its-kind-partnership between the Audubon Institute and San Diego Zoo Global.

John Snell reports: A Coast in crisis

Each year, Louisiana loses 25-35 square miles of its coast, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Since 1932, the state has shed 1,900 square miles, or an area the size of Delaware.Tonight, Fox 8 presents