Hurricane Barry

LSU AgCenter assesses local crops for damage after Barry

If you’ve driven by a sugar cane field since Barry hit and you may see a few canes leaning. So…

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Several Oberlin residents evacuate their homes after two feet of rain

In the town of Oberlin in Allen Parish people are devastated, some having to take a kayak or canoe to…

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Heavy Rains Causing Record Flooding In Parts Of Acadiana

Parishes in Northwestern Acadiana got pummeled by intense showers from the remnants of Hurricane Barry overnight into this morning. Evangeline…

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Youngsville neighborhood floods, families get out safely

Just imagine looking out your window and realizing your home is surrounded by water. It is the reality for so…

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LYFT to offer free rides to those affected by Barry

Across Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Lyft is partnering with Louisiana United Way and 211 to provide free rides to help…

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St. Landry Parish and City of Opelousas curfews

The curfew in St. Landry Parish extends until 6 p.m. Sunday, however according to the Opelousas Police Chief, the curfew…

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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services offers support for Louisiana

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) today announced efforts underway to support Louisiana in response to Tropical Storm…

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Monitor power outages as Tropical Storm Barry moves through

Reports of Power outages in South Louisiana are pouring in as Tropical Storm Barry makes landfall. Below are links to…

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Gov. Edwards’ Issues Update on Tropical Storm Barry

BATON ROUGE – Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards met with the Unified Command Group to continue coordinating the state’s response to Tropical Storm Barry and the ongoing flood…

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Breaking: All roads in the city of New Iberia have been closed due to weather conditions

The New Iberia Police Department is asking all residents of New Iberia and anyone planning on traveling to stay indoors.…

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