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NEW ORLEANS — In many ways, Iley Joseph’s one-bedroom apartment was an ideal place to ride out a hurricane. It was on the third floor…View More The Greatest Killer in New Orleans Wasn’t the Hurricane. It Was the Heat.
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Hurricane Ida, which on Sunday struck the coast of Louisiana near Port Fourchon as a very strong Category 4 storm, will teach us many lessons.…View More Opinion | The Hurricanes Are Winning
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A Louisiana man was missing and presumed dead after an alligator attacked him on Monday in an area that was flooded during Hurricane Ida, the…View More An alligator attacked a Louisiana man in an area flooded by Ida.
A day after the Category 4 storm struck the state, rescue operations were underway amid widespread power outages, flooding and wind damage. Flooded streets in…View More Scenes From Louisiana in Ida’s Wake