Homeowners with damage question what their coverage will be for Tropical Storm Olga

According to Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon, since Olga is a named storm, homeowners can expect a deductible between 2% and 5% of the insured value of their home.

FEMA officials, contractor accused of hurricane relief fraud

  Louisianans rally support for victims of Hurricane Dorian

Bricks of cocaine wash ashore on Florida beaches during Hurricane Dorian

  Florida evacuees try to enjoy New Orleans as city sends search-and-rescue teams

  Businessman Sidney Torres sends aide to Dorian victims in the Bahamas

VIDEO: Hurricane Dorian lashes the Bahamas leaving total destruction; storm barely moving

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VIDEO: Hurricane Hunters inside the eye of ‘monster’ Dorian

  Hurricane Dorian strikes Bahamas with record fury as Category 5 storm

  ‘Florida preps for an ‘absolute monster’: Hurricane Dorian

  VIDEO: Southeast Louisiana marks somber anniversary of Katrina

President Trump approves major disaster declaration for areas in La. affected by Hurricane Barry

  Hurricane prep should include mental health services, experts say

  Hurricane Barry’s near miss leaves lessons in its wake

Usually the river is at a low point during hurricane season, but during Barry forecasts showed a surge could have caused a rise to just over 19 feet. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers said there are lessons to be learned from this near miss.

Tropical Depression #3 dissipates

Tropical Depression #3 is no more.

  Myrtle Grove residents push against parish leaders for flood gate, plan to hire attorneys

If you take a tour around Mary Tucker's Myrtle Grove home, it’s clear Hurricane Barry left its mark.

Dogs evacuated due to Hurricane Barry now housed in a barn until homes can be found

While most were preparing for the brunt of Hurricane Barry, animal shelters around the area were scrambling to get pets out of the way and into a safe home. Many of those dogs ended up in a Good Samaritan’s shop and now need to be adopted.

6 parishes added to emergency declaration for La. after Barry

  Barry delays Bonnet Carre Spillway closing again

Public cautioned not to interact with animals displaced by Barry

  Gov. Edwards tours storm-damaged levee in Plaquemines Parish

  Parish officials: Morganza levee system saved hundreds of homes from flooding

  Final blast of torrential rains unleashed by weakened Barry

Beach cleanup crews busy after Barry

Cleanup crews are busy removing the remaining sand left behind by Barry along the beaches in Harrison County.

  Storm recovery begins as Gov. Edwards plans to visit areas affected by Barry

Louisiana Governor John bel Edwards will travel to Plaquemines, Terrebonne, and St. Mary parishes to survey the impact of the storm on Monday (July 15).

  Plaquemines residents return home after Barry evacuations lifted

The parish lifted all mandatory evacuation, but Lepine said residents still need to have patience while some roads may still be flooded.

  Lafourche waters begin to recede, but many areas still flooded

Just outside the floodgates in Golden Meadow, residents said they saw up to six feet of water as Barry moved through. While the water was receding Sunday, many were still without power.

  Terrebonne Parish cleanup, repairs underway after Barry

Despite some levees overtopping, Terrebonne leaders said the flood protection system worked and new additions kept at-risk areas drier than many are used to.

St. Charles Parish lifts voluntary evacuation order

St. Charles Parish lifted a voluntary evacuation Sunday evening (July 14), ordered for low-lying areas the day before during Tropical Storm Barry.

Barry causing some street flooding in Hancock County

Roads in Bay St Louis and Waveland remain soaked and flooded in some areas.

  Areas of Lafitte remain flooded after Barry moves through

Mayor Tim Kerner said the levees have been inspected and are working properly, now their main concern is pumping water out of the flooded areas.

Barry downgraded to depression, but tropical rain bands continue into Monday

The final advisory has been issued by the National Hurricane Center on what is now being called Tropical Depression Barry.

Iberia Medical Center evacuated after generators fail during Barry

The Louisiana Department of Health assisted other emergency officials and hospital staff to evacuate Iberia Medical Center shortly after 6 a.m. Sunday, July 14.

Jefferson Parish evacuations lifted, curfew in effect for Grand Isle

Parish officials recommend those returning to only do so in high water vehicles, as some streets remain flooded.

  Terrebonne Parish lifts evacuation order for Dularge

The evacuation order was lifted Sunday morning.

  'Thank god’: Son rescues dad in Myrtle Grove

“Never in a million years did I think it would get like this."

Plaquemines Parish evacuations will lift at 8 p.m.

While the evacuation will be lifted, the floodgate may remained closed and travelers could have to use a bypass road.

Recommended evacuation issued for Pointe-Aux-Chenes

Highway 24 is closed in Larose, evacuees should use Highway 90.

Southern Louisiana nursing home patients evacuated to Shreveport ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

EMTs and paramedics from the ambulance service assisted with unloading residents and performed simple triage.

  Levees overtopped in areas of Plaquemines Parish

A levee in Myrtle Grove, which is in lower Plaquemines Parish, has been overtopped due to high water caused by Tropical Storm Barry.

First responders warn of snakes, other animals trying to escape flood waters

First responders in St. Tammany Parish warn citizens to be aware of snakes and others creatures as they attempt to escape flood waters.

City of Kenner under state of emergency

The Emergency Operations Center remains at a Level 2 activation and city employees are available to take calls about non-emergency, weather-related issues.

  Mandatory evacuation ordered in parts of Terrebonne Parish

A mandatory evacuation notice has been issued for Terrebonne Parish in all areas along LA Hwy. 315 and Brady Rd. below or south of Falgout Canal.

Crews work to restore power in St. Charles Parish after downed power lines; damaged poles

Entergy crews are working west from the Ama Airport area.

All flights out of Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans canceled due to Barry

Due to the impacts of Barry along Louisiana’s coastline, all flight out the Louis Armstrong International Airport have been canceled.

  VIDEO: Residents fight to rescue livestock trapped in floodwater

People in Montegut are fighting to rescue livestock as floodwater from Hurricane Barry rapidly rises in Terrebonne Parish.

Areas of South Mississippi seeing impacts of Hurricane Barry

The storm is expected to bring heavy rain and possible flooding to the Gulf Coast.

  Coast Guard rescues 12 people from flood in Terrebonne Parish

The U.S. Coast Guard rescued 12 people from flooded areas in Terrebonne Parish early Saturday morning (July 13).

  Entergy: Nearly 30,000 customers without power across Southeast Louisiana

Energy New Orleans reported that nearly 30,000 customers are without power ahead of Tropical Storm Barry’s landfall.

  Tangipahoa Parish opens two shelters due to concerns of potential flooding

Tangipahoa Parish officials have opened two shelters for residents in the parish concerned with potential flooding from Tropical Storm Barry.

‘It’s powerful’: Tropical storm starts lashing Louisiana

With the storm expected to blow ashore early Saturday near Morgan City as the first hurricane of the season, authorities rushed to close floodgates and raise the barriers around the New Orleans metropolitan area of 1.3 million people for fear of disastrous flooding.

  Coast Guard rescues boaters off coast of Gulfport

An air crew from the Coast Guard Air Station in New Orleans rescued a couple of boaters who were stranded about 20 miles southwest of Gulfport, Miss.

  New Orleans calls voluntary evacuation outside levee protection

Mayor LaToya Cantrell is calling for a voluntary evacuation of areas outside of the levee protection in Orleans Parish.

Areas announce curfews, advise residents to ‘shelter in place’

Terrebonne Parish and Thibodaux announced curfews beginning Friday (July 12).

Preparing for severe weather events while pregnant

When severe weather rolls in, it can be an especially stressful time for women who are pregnant. Here are tips to help get you through the storm safely.

  Flood protection authority announces closures for Barry

The Flood Protection Authority-East will continue closures due to the impacts of Tropical Storm Barry.

Change your flight reservations with no fees at these airlines ahead of TS Barry

The waivers will allow those with tickets to change their reservations without fees, as long as they do so by a certain deadline.

New Orleans area braces for first hurricane of the season

National Guard troops and rescue crews in high-water vehicles took up positions around the state as Louisiana braced for the arrival of the storm Friday night or early Saturday.

  Plaquemines Parish warns residents of flooding from heavy rainfall

Plaquemines Parish President Kirk Lepine and Sheriff Jerry Turlich update residents on Tropical Storm Barry in news conference, Thursday afternoon.

  Jefferson Parish moving in sandbags, moving out people for Barry

Sandbagging is underway in the lower lying community of Jean Lafitte

  Hurricane warning, tropical storm warning issued for parts of southeast Louisiana coast

The mayor of New Orleans says the city’s water pumps are “working at optimal capacity” as Tropical Storm Barry moves toward the state’s Gulf coast.

Storm surge watches and warnings

Here’s a quick look at the storm surge watches and warnings.

  Coastal parish leaders on high alert as threat of tropical storm grows closer

The high river and possibility of strong storm surges is putting leaders in coastal parishes on high alert Wednesday night (July 10),

Louisiana National Guard preparing for weekend storms

The Louisiana National Guard will station troops and high-water vehicles in vulnerable areas around south Louisiana in anticipation of storms this weekend.

  Flood warning issued for Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines & St. Bernard parishes

The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the following areas in Louisiana on Tuesday

  Remembering Camille: Bay St. Louis

The Treutel home was just about 2 blocks from the beach. The perfect playground for a nine-year old boy and where Steve Treutel's fascination with weather begins.

State and local officials tout hurricane protection in New Orleans

Gov. John Bel Edwards and Mayor LaToya Cantrell, along with other state and local leaders, said the current flood system in New Orleans provides the best level of risk reduction the city has ever had.

  WATCH: 2019 Weathering the Storm

Hurricane season special.

  City officials urge residents to get ready for hurricane season now

City Officials say Smoothie King center will serve as evacuation depot for residents with nowhere to turn, in a storm.

2019 hurricane season will be near normal, based on NOAA and other forecast group outlooks

Hurricane season officially begins on June 1.

NOAA: Expect a slightly weaker hurricane season

U.S. weather officials say the Atlantic hurricane season should be near normal.

  Camille survivor almost 50 years later

Earl Armstrong thinks back to a dangerous walk, “About halfway down I said I hope the road is still there down on that other end because if it wasn’t, we were going to have to swim." The 25-year-old, his father and uncle had planned to stay in his house, but the wind proved too much early on.

  Smoothie King Center to serve as evacuation hub

With hurricane season approaching, New Orleans emergency response leaders ran through their evacuation plan Wednesday, with the Smoothie King Center being the new center for that plan.

  All four Category Five U.S. hurricanes rapidly intensified before making landfall

All four Category 5 hurricanes intensified rapidly before making landfall

Hurricane Michael didn’t keep spring breakers away

Hurricane Michael didn't keep the spring break crowds away from Florida's Panhandle beaches

Experts forecast below average hurricane season

Last year, Florence and Michael combined to kill more than 100 Americans and cost nearly $50 billion in damage.

  Plaquemines emergency responders practice drills ahead of hurricane season

State and local officials prepare for upcoming hurricane season.

  Woman creates backyard tent community for Hurricane Michael victims

A Florida woman opened up her back yard to 24 people who lost their homes in the devastating hurricane to help them get back on their feet.

  Hurricane Michael swept away bride’s home - but not her wedding. She tied the knot on her home’s slab

The recent wedding of a police officer and a firefighter took place on the slab where the bride’s house used to be before it was lost to Hurricane Michael.

2018 Atlantic hurricane season: The year of Florence and Michael

There were 15 named storms, eight hurricanes and two major hurricanes in 2018.

Mexico Beach residents return home again _ some to no home

Residents of hurricane-ravaged Mexico Beach are returning home for the first time since Michael, but some are finding no home to return to