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Residents see Mandeville as a model for other at-risk communities.
High prices are driving even more drilling in areas where fracking took off in the 2000s.
A New Orleans-based journalist and homeowner reflects on Louisiana’s long road to recovery and its "care" infrastructure.
"The longer the power's off, the more of a threat to a person's life safety," a former FEMA administrator says.
The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana abortion law. For many women, having the procedure already requires travel and substantial financial costs.
Chief Justice John Roberts joined with his four more liberal colleagues in the 5-4 ruling.
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
"Everyone becomes on edge when you hear any type of heavy rainfall," a Louisiana homeowner says.
One organization's search for the best way to get people what they needed, fast.