The National Hurricane Center has classified Hurricane Laura as a 'Major Hurricane' with the potential for catastrophic storm surges, extreme winds, and flash flooding. The storm is currently a Category 3 hurricane with potential to reach a Category 4 before making landfall. Not only will this directly impact South Louisiana but could potentially cause damage in North Louisiana as well. The National Weather Storm predicts Laura could reach our area as a Category 1 hurricane and cause flash flooding, tornadoes and wind damage. Check back here for all updates on the storm.
Shreveport’s 10 Most Clicked Viral Stories Of 2020
From social justice rallies, to people swimming in giant fish tanks, these were the stories that Shreveport peeps were commenting on, sharing, clicking, and making VIRAL online in 2020
Shreveport’s 10 Most Clicked Weather Stories Of 2020
These major stories from 2020 had little to do with the COVID-19 pandemic, but were still very serious.
Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts Visits Lake Charles, Walks Through Hurricane-Devastat…
Robin Roberts is putting a spotlight on the devastation in Lake Charles.
North Carolina Lineman Travels to Louisiana One Day After Cancer-Free
Tyler Manick headed to Lake Charles, Louisiana to help Entergy restore power after Hurricane Laura less than one day after being told he was cancer-free.
Hurricane Delta Still Not Technically a ‘Disaster’ Yet
Until the declaration is made millions of dollars in federal aid are simply standing at the ready and not available for use.
Louisiana Law – Only One Named Stormed Deductible per Season
This is important for residents who have already filed claims during Hurricane Laura and need to file claims brought on by Hurricane Delta.
Hurricane Forecasts – How Accurate are Those Really?
Hurricane forecast technology has improved immensely over the past 50 years. Just how accurate these forecasts are is really impressive.
Aerial Photograph of Lake Charles Shows a Sea of Blue Roof Tarps
An aerial photograph taken Tuesday, October 6, 2020, by Erik Stratton from Moss Bluff, Louisiana shows a sea of blue roof tarps as far as the eye can see.
McNeese Hands Out Free Hotspots For Students And Faculty
McNeese is doing their part to make sure their students and faculty have the ability to return this fall.
Entergy Announces Power to Storm Damaged Communities Restored
It took a little more than a month to get over 93,000 south Louisiana residents back online following Hurricane Laura.