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Five Beautiful GIFs of Hurricane Arthur Show Nature's Terrifying Power

Monday, 07 July 2014 07:16
When Hurricane Arthur made landfall on the North Carolina coast last weekend, it was the strongest hurricane to strike the United States since Hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008. The storm was downright impressive visually, and these gifs document the latent beauty of nature's power.
Five Gifs of Hurricane Arthur Show the Latent Beauty of Nature's Power
Monday, 07 July 2014 07:16
When Hurricane Arthur made landfall on the North Carolina coast last weekend, it was the strongest hurricane to strike the United States since Hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008. The storm was downright impressive visually, and these gifs document the latent beauty of nature's power.
Japan Supertyphoon Stronger Than Hurricane Katrina, Headed For U.S. Military Base
Sunday, 06 July 2014 17:21
A supertyphoon taking aim at Japan is seen as the biggest storm in years, and could end up being more powerful than even the destructive Hurricane Katrina. Supertyphoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa sometime early on Tuesday, generating winds that could reach more than 100 miles per hour. The storm is eventually expected to reach a Category 5, the highest on the scale measuring typhoons.
Sentencing nears for former New Orleans mayor
Sunday, 06 July 2014 07:38
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Two days before former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin learns his punishment for convictions stemming from years of corruption before and after Hurricane Katrina, his lawyer hopes to avoid what he calls a "virtual life sentence" for the man once seen as a reformer. Defense attorney Robert Jenkins on Monday asked permission to file more paperwork in a back-and-forth with prosecutors over how federal sentencing guidelines apply.
Chaplain to sign book about Hurricane Katrina's impact on spirituality
Sunday, 06 July 2014 03:25
The Rev. Jerry Bass, who served two decades as a chaplain and chaplain supervisor at University Hospital, now Interim LSU Public Hospital in New Orleans, will hold a book signing for his book "Katrina and the Need for Revival in the American Church" July 19 at Parkview Baptist Church, 6301 Camphor St., Metairie. The hours are 2 to 4 p.m. "I didn't write the book to tell storm stories about Katrina," said Bass, 66.
Watson: Don't spit on immigration
Friday, 04 July 2014 22:00
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Watson: Don't spit on immigration reform
Friday, 04 July 2014 22:00
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Holmes retiring after 40 years at archives agency
Friday, 04 July 2014 05:43
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Nearly nine years after Hurricane Katrina left much of south Mississippi in ruin, Hank Holmes looks back at the deadly storm as a test of Mississippi’s commitment to historical preservation. Holmes is retiring next year after what will be 42 years at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, the last nine as executive director.
Sheri Fink wins SIBA nonfiction prize
Thursday, 03 July 2014 08:36
(Courtesy of Crown) Even as Hurricane Arthur rips along the East Coast, today Sheri Fink won the nonfiction prize from the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance for “Five Days at Memorial” (Crown), her book about the deadly treatment of patients at the Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Fink, a former physician who works for the New York Times, won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for her coverage…
Katrina Loans Forgiven for Pascagoula
Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:50
PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) - More than $5 million in loans approved for the city of Pascagoula after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 have been forgiven by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The city was notified of the decision this week. After the storm, many businesses and services in Pascagoula shut down, causing the city to lose millions in tax dollars and spend millions in operating expenses.
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