Five people were injured in an explosion late Monday at a chemical plant in Sulphur, Louisiana, officials told local news outlets.
The New Orleans Fire Department said one firefighter was burned while putting out a blaze at the Caesars Superdome Tuesday.
Nicholas became a post-tropical cyclone on Thursday, hovering over the central Gulf Coast and bringing the threat of heavy rain and flooding.
Tens of thousands of customers were still without power in Southeast Texas on Wednesday morning as Nicholas, which weakened to a tropical depression, crawled into hurricane-battered Louisiana.
Lawrence Brooks turned 112 years old on Sunday, making him the country’s oldest World War II veteran.
Khalil Nelson, 19, is charged with two counts of capital murder and made an appearance in court Thursday.
Officials have raised Hurricane Ida's death toll in Louisiana to 26. The additional 11 deaths all occurred in the city of New Orleans.
Houston rescue teams are coming together to evacuate animals stuck in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana. Others are taking food and supplies to pets and livestock still in the state.
Cities across Louisiana are still trying to pick up the pieces after Hurricane IDA careened through a little over a week ago.
Police said a man was outsmarted by a Tesla after video from the car’s cameras revealed he lied about getting hit.
Some evacuees from Louisiana are still here in Houston after escaping from the devastating Hurricane Ida. And while the mayor of New Orleans has encouraged residents to come back home, some in Houston say they are unsure of when they'll return.
Droves of Houstonians are starting this labor day weekend working to help our neighbors to the east, who were hit hard by the hurricane. FOX 26’s Damali Keith joins us with more on how Houstonians are helping.
As flights resume and some power is beginning to be restored in New Orleans, the president planned later on Friday to visit the hurricane-battered state and deliver remarks.
"It’s bad here," said Steward Goff from Galveston Fire Department. "They had a significant rain and flood event. I’m just glad I can be here to help."
Louisiana health officials say four nursing home residents died after being evacuated to a large warehouse during Hurricane Ida.
According to the DA’s office, the two men were targeting people for high-end jewelry. Including staking out valet stands to find their victims.
Electricity was restored Wednesday for some in Eastern New Orleans after Ida, while hundreds of thousands still face power and water shortages.
Hurricane Ida left thousands without power in Louisiana’s late summer heat, and it could take weeks in some areas before it returns.
For evacuees from Louisiana, a resolution from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida seems out of reach, but they're holding on to the small bits of relief they can find.
Hurricane Ida brought life-threatening floods and knocked out power to more than a million in Louisiana and Mississippi. Here’s how you can help.