Ida Left Path Of Destruction In Louisiana, More Than A Million Without Power When Hurricane Ida slammed into Louisiana on Sunday with wind gusts over 170 miles per hour, it left a path of destruction in its wake.
Hurricanes Ida, Katrina Devastate Southeast Louisiana 16 Years ApartHurricane Ida and Katrina made landfall in southeastern Louisiana 16 years apart to the day and while both storms have similarities there are differences. But both were extremely dangerous storms.
'Holy Grail Of Natural History,' Giant Squid Captured On VideoAfter spotting the latest Giant Squid about 100 miles off the coast of New Orleans, researchers release the video.
Scott Bakula On 'NCIS: New Orleans' 100th Episode: 'Very Exciting For A Lot Of People''NCIS: New Orleans' will air its 100th episode this Tuesday at 10:00PM ET/PT, only on CBS. This week's episode offers viewers a never before seen look into Dwayne Pride's background and introduces fans to a new member of the Pride family.
3 Dead, 7 Wounded After Gunmen In New Orleans Fire On CrowdA manhunt is underway after 10 people were shot in New Orleans.
New Orleans Family Says Goodbye To Son In Unique Way18-year-old Renard Matthews was killed 2 weeks ago in New Orleans. His family chose to pose him in the way they'd like to remember him at the wake.
Report: Miami To Be Part Of NFL's New Super Bowl RotationThe Super Bowl could be returning to South Florida on a much more consistent basis.
Water Line Break Floods 50 Staterooms On Carnival CruiseA water line break flooded 50 staterooms aboard a Carnival Cruise Line ship as it sailed through the Caribbean.
No Charges Will Be Filed Against Two Officers In Shooting Death Of Alton SterlingLouisiana's Attorney General will not file charges against two Baton Rouge police officers in the death of Alton Sterling.
Anxious Night Ahead For Gulf Coast Residents As Tropical Storm Cindy Heads For LandTropical Storm Cindy has weakened a bit as it moves toward the Gulf Coast, but the storm is still powerful and very dangerous.
New Orleans Gets Rid Of Confederate StatueCity workers sported bulletproof vests and helmets while removing a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in New Orleans Thursday as others cheered. glad to see it taken down.
New Orleans Transgender Community On Edge After 2 Murders Days ApartWhile the police do not believe their murders are linked, their deaths are a part of a disturbing trend.
Beyonce Is Facing $20M Lawsuit Over 'Formation' The estate of a late New Orleans YouTube star has filed a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit against Beyonce over the use of his voice in her song "Formation."
Tornadoes Touch Down, Wreak Havoc In Southern LouisianaTornadoes touched down in parts of southern Louisiana Tuesday, destroying houses and downing power lines.
Foodie's Guide To New OrleansRecommendations on the best restaurants to visit and best food to try while visiting New Orleans