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Storm Nate: Louisiana, Mississippi declare emergencies in coastal areas  The most active hurricane season in more than a decade doesn’t seem to be letting up as Tropical Storm roars toward Yucatan Peninsula Severe damage after tornadoes batter Louisiana  A tornado has ripped through east New Orleans, causing severe damage to buildings and homes and leaving thousands without power Ex-UN General Assembly leader accused of pocketing $500,000 in bribes  John Ashe used some bribe money to fly his family to New Orleans, where they stayed in an $850-a-night hotel room, according to court documents New Orleans marks 10 years since Hurricane Katrina


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2015 Aug.29    
  At a memorial service, Mayor Mitch Landrieu recalled how residents had turned to each other for support. Former President Bill Clinton is attending
2015 Aug.28   Hurricane Katrina: George Bush in New Orleans 10 years on  Former US President has returned to New Orleans 10 years on since a crisis his administration was criticised for at the time over its slow response 2015 Mar.21     New Orleans airport attacker dies   Richard White, 63, who was shot by police as he tried to storm a checkpoint at New Orleans international airport on Friday has died from his wounds 2015 Jan.8   Punk band find stolen painting  Members of punk band Stereo Fire Empire have found and returned a $250,000 painting hours after it was stolen from a New Orleans gallery

year 2014 Top ^

2014 Sep.4   BP found 'grossly negligent' in 2010 Gulf oil spill  A US judge has ruled BP was 'grossly negligent' in the lead-up to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico 2014 Jul.9   New Orleans ex-mayor Ray Nagin sentenced to 10 years  Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other corruption charges 2014 Feb.16   East beats West in record-setting All-Star Game  Kyrie Irving took home MVP honors after leading the East to a come-from-behind 163-155 victory during a record-setting NBA All-Star Game 2014 Jan.11   Seahawks to NFC title game after beating Saints  First Down/Fourth Down: Seahawks down New Orleans Saints, 15 - 23, advance to NFC title game

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2013 Oct.15   Ex-Halliburton manager pleads guilty  Anthony Badalamenti, 62, an ex-manager of US energy services giant has admitted destroying evidence linked to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill 2013 May.12   Shooting at US Mother's Day parade  Twelve people have been shot during a Mother's Day parade in the US city of New Orleans, police say 2013 Apr.9   UConn Wins NCAA Title  UConn capped a dominant tournament by beating Louisville 93-60 for their eighth national title 2013 Feb.3     Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29  A power outage puts Super Bowl on hold for 34 minutes. The Ravens took a 22-point lead before the 49ers
 After failing to score a touchdown in the first half, the 49ers have been unstoppable after a delay due to the power outage
2013 Jan.18   Former New Orleans mayor indicted  Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been charged with 21 federal counts of wire fraud, bribery, filing false tax returns and money laundering 2013 Jan.2   Louisville upsets Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl  No. 22 Louisville stunned the fourth-ranked Gators 33-23

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2012 Aug.29   Isaac pummels sodden New Orleans  New Orleans is hunkering down as Hurricane Isaac pummels the city with strong winds and drenching rain 2012 Apr.4   Katrina police jailed over shootings  Five former New Orleans police officers who shot six unarmed civilians, two fatally, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have been jailed 2012 Apr.2   Wildcats beat Kansas 67-59 for NCAA crown  The Wildcats get their eighth national championship. Davis, the Most Outstanding Player, likely would be the first overall pick in the draft if he comes out 2012 Mar.31   Kansas Edges Ohio State  Robinson finished with 19 points and 8 rebounds to lift the Jayhawks to a come-from-behind 64-62 win over Ohio State in the Final Four   Kentucky putting away Louisville 69-61  Anthony Davis and top-seeded Kentucky will play for the national title after finally putting away pesky Louisville 69-61 in the Final Four 2012 Feb.18   Winning streak ends for Lin, Knicks  Despite scoring 26 points against the New Orleans Hornets , Lin and the Knicks loss 2012 Jan.14   49ers hold down Brees, Saints 36-32  Smith completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Davis, and San Francisco capitalized on 5 New Orleans turnovers for a playoff victory 2012 Jan.3   Michigan Wins Sugar Bowl  Gibbons drilled a 37-yard field goal down the middle in OT, lifting No. 13 Michigan to a 23-20 victory over No. 17 Virginia Tech on at the Superdome

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2011 Dec.26   New Orleans clinched NFC South title  Brees set the NFL mark for yards passing in a season, breaking a record, and New Orleans clinched the title with a 45-16 victory over the Falcons 2011 Dec.5   Gulf spill evidence 'destroyed'  BP has accused Halliburton of destroying damaging evidence relating to last year's oil well blast in the Gulf of Mexico in which 11 people were killed 2011 Aug.5   Police guilty over Katrina deaths  A US federal jury has convicted five police officers in New Orleans over fatal shootings in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina 2011 Jun.27   Police go on trial over Katrina shooting  The trial has opened of 5 police officers charged over a fatal shooting in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 2011 Apr.28   Kobe, Lakers finish off Hornets  Bryant let his teammates take over in a dominant 98-80 victory over New Orleans to wrapp up a first-round playoff series triumph in 6 games 2011 Jan.8   Seattle stuns New Orleans in playoffs  Hasselbeck threw 4 touchdown passes and Lynch scored with 3:22 left and the Seahawks pulled one of the biggest upsets in playoff history 2011 Jan.4   Ohio State wins Sugar  Thomas made an interception with 58 seconds remaining that sealed a 31-26 victory over eighth-ranked Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl

year 2010 Top ^

2010 Dec.9   Split verdict on Katrina killing  A federal jury has convicted three police officers and cleared two over the killing of a man after Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans in 2005 2010 Aug.29       Obama hails spirit of New Orleans
  US President has paid tribute to the people of New Orleans, five years to the day after Hurricane Katrina destroyed large parts of the city 2010 Feb.7   Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl  New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl with a surprise 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Brees hit a record-equalling 32 passes for 288 yards
 Porter returned an interception from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning 74 yards. The Super Bowl was watched by more than 106 million people to become the most-watched program in television history
2010 Jan.24   Saints outlasted Minnesota 31-28 in NFC  Hartley wound up staring down the biggest 40-yard field goal try in Saints history in overtime 2010 Jan.16   Saints rout Cardinals 45-14  Reggie Bush scored on an 83-yard punt return and a 46-yard run to lead New Orleans to a victory in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs 2010 Jan.1   Florida Rolls In Sugar Bowl  Tebow threw for a career-high 482 yards and three TDs, ran for 51 yards, and fifth-ranked Florida overwhelmed No. 4 Cincinnati 51-24

year 2008 Top ^

2008 Sep.8   Mayor fears city too weary to flee Ike  Hurricane Ike was expected to gain strength as it barreled toward the Texas-Louisiana border 2008 Sep.2   New Orleans ready for mass return  Mayor Ray Nagin has said that nearly 200,000 residents who fled because of Hurricane Gustav can start coming back early on Thursday 2008 Sep.1     Gustav evacuees urged to stay away  Hurricane Gustav didn't pack the wallop of Katrina three years earlier; 2 million evacuees to stay away from the Gulf Coast for another day     Gustav slams into Gulf Coast   Hurricane-force winds slammed into oil terminals around Port Fourchon, southwest of New Orleans
 Despite being downgraded to a Category Two storm, Gustav snapped power cables and choked storm drains. The levees are expected to hold
2008 Aug.31     Hundreds of thousands flee coast
  About 1.9 million of Louisiana's 2 million coastal residents had fled ahead of Hurricane Gustav in the largest evacuation in state history
 More than 200,000 people have left New Orleans. Forecasters warned Gustav could hit Louisiana with devastating effect by early Monday
  City declares storm curfew  Mayor Ray Nagin has put the city under curfew from sunset to dawn as Hurricane Gustav approaches. Residents have been fleeing in thousands 2008 Aug.30     New Orleaners told to flee Gustav   The mayor Ray Nagin has issued a mandatory evacuation order for the entire city, as the hurricane bears down on the Gulf Coast   Cuba, Gulf Coast braced for Gustav  Winds increased to near 145 mph as it threatened the western tip of Cuba as a Category 4 hurricane 2008 Aug.13   Katrina shooting case collapses  A judge has thrown out charges of murder or attempted murder against 7 policemen involved in a shooting after Hurricane Katrina 2008 May.19   Spurs bounce Hornets  Ginobili scored 26 points, hitting 4 free throws in the final minute, to send San Antonio to the Western Conference finals with a 91-82 victory 2008 Apr.29   Paul-led Hornets finish off Mavericks  Chris Paul had 24 points, and the Hornets held on for a 99-94 victory over Dallas to win their first-round series in five games

year 2007 Top ^

2007 Aug.29   Bush marks 2 years from Katrina  The President has praised the people of New Orleans and insisted the city will fully recover, 2 years after being hit 2007 Jan.21   Bears rout Saints to reach Super Bowl  39-14. Bush's 88-yard touchdown catch and dash to the end zone pulled the Saints within two points

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2006 Sep.25   Superdome reopens  The stadium symbolised city suffering of 30,000 people took refuge during Hurricane Katrina last year 2006 Aug.29   Bush marks hurricane anniversary  President was attending a church service and meeting local people on a national day of remembrance 2006 Jul.18   3 charged over Katrina deaths  A doctor and 2 nurses have been charged with murdering hospital patients after Hurricane Katrina last year 2006 Jun.19   Soldiers deployed on streets to fight crime  U.S. soldiers are set to be redeployed in the city after a weekend that saw six people murdered 2006 Jun.14   Katrina storm fraudsters paid $1.4bn  The US government gave bogus assistance to victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita 2006 May.31   City 'sinking even faster'  Parts of the city had been sinking much faster than previously thought before Hurricane Katrina 2006 May.20   City re-elects Mayor Nagin  The people of the city gave won 52% of the vote in a 2nd round run-off, beating fellow Democrat Landrieu 2006 Apr.27   Katrina agency faces closure call  Senate inquiry panel has recommended that FEMA should be abolished and replaced with a new agency 2006 Apr.22   Nagin faces run-off  Mayor seems certain to face Landrieu in a run-off vote for the mayor's office on 20 May after first round 2006 Mar.23   Katrina lost child mission ends  4-year-old Cortez Stewart, the last missing child case linked to the hurricane, has been resolved 2006 Feb.27   Mardi Gras returns  Tens of thousands of revellers are gathering for the climax of the first Mardi Gras since Hurricane Katrina 2006 Feb.12   US government 'failed' on Katrina  Leaked Congressional report: All levels of the government, from President Bush down, were at fault 2006 Jan.24   Katrina warnings 'went unheeded'  The US government was warned about the risk to New Orleans before the storm, but the warning was ignored 2006 Jan.12   Bush praises city progress  President has described as 'pretty dramatic' the recovery made since Katrina devastated the coast last August

year 2005 Top ^

2005 Dec.29   Bosnia lab to test Katrina bodies  The laboratory ICMP pioneered new techniques to identify victims of the Balkan wars 2005 Oct.15   Rally condemns Katrina response  Tens of thousands of African-Americans mark the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March 2005 Oct.5   City sacks 3,000 workers  The city is sacking about half of its workforce, after the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina 2005 Oct.4   Search for Katrina bodies is over  The door-to-door search for the victims has ended in the state of Louisiana 2005 Oct.2   Parish president: FEMA still fumbling  The president of St. Tammany Parish accused the agency of continuing to mismanage the hurricane aftermath 2005 Sep.29   Police face Katrina looting probe  4 officers have been suspended over allegations of looting in the chaos after the hurricane   Some can go home to city  Thousands of business owners flocked into best-known neighborhoods, including the French Quarter 2005 Sep.28   Morgue boss: 'These are horrible times'  Louisiana officials believe they can identify about half of the 783 bodies brought so far to the St. Gabriel morgue 2005 Sep.27   City police chief resigns  Eddie Compass has unexpectedly resigned, 4 weeks after law and order broke down in the city following the hurricane   State blamed over Katrina effort  Michael Brown, The former director of the FEMA has criticised state and local officials 2005 Sep.25   Evacuees return home after Rita  The mayor says residents can start returning to parts of the city just days after it was swamped by the hurricane 2005 Sep.23     Storm overcomes levee  Water is pouring over a patched-up levee, increasing fears that rains brought by Rita could flood the city again 2005 Sep.20   Fresh storm threatens flood-hit city  Emergency teams with some 500 buses have once again begun evacuating residents of the city 2005 Sep.19   Mayor suspends return to city  Ray Nagin has suspended a plan for residents to return to the city devastated by Katrina 3 weeks ago 2005 Sep.17   Business owners return  The owners of bars, restaurants came back to see what Hurricane Katrina left behind 2005 Sep.16   Day of prayer for Katrina victims  A day of prayer is being held across the US as Americans remember the hurricane victims 2005 Sep.15       Bush vows 'biggest relief effort'  US President has promised the government will do and spend whatever it takes to rebuild the hurricane-hit Gulf Coast 2005 Sep.14   Storm-hit N Orleans suburbs open  Residents of 3 suburbs have begun returning home since basic services were restored 2005 Sep.13   Two charged over Katrina deaths  Louisiana authorities have charged the owners of a nursing home over the deaths of 34 people who drowned   City may lose 160,000 homes  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said that one of the biggest challenges would be letting residents return 2005 Sep.11   Bush makes third hurricane visit  President has likened the rebuilding of New Orleans to that of New York after the September 11 attacks 2005 Sep.10   Red Cross calls for storm workers  The American Red Cross needs 40,000 extra volunteers to help deal with the unprecedented impact of Hurricane Katrina   Leaders meet to plan city relief  With floodwaters receding and the body count rising, Vice Adm. Thad Allen met with local officials     Police hunt for dead  City police are making the recovery of bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims top priority 2005 Sep.9   US emergency aid chief sidelined  Michael Brown, director of the FEMA has been removed from his role managing the Hurricane Katrina relief effort   $51.8b storm aid approved  Congress approved emergency spending to pay for Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts 2005 Sep.8     Flood survivors expelled by force
  Police backed by troops have begun to use force to remove people from their homes
  Bush declares Katrina prayer day  US President has declared 16 September 16 a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the Hurricane   Cheney embarks on hurricane tour  Vice-President has arrived on the country's Gulf coast for a tour of the areas worst affected by Katrina   30 found dead in nursing home  Authorities were removing the remains from a flooded nursing home in a suburban parish 2005 Sep.7   Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief  The President Bush is to ask Congress for more extra emergency funding to deal with the aftermath of Katrina 2005 Sep.6     Flood survivors 'must leave city'  The mayor has ordered the forced evacuation of people refusing to leave, amid fears of serious threats to health   Water pumped from flood-hit city  Engineers have begun pumping water after repairing a key breach in the city's floodwalls   Bush to lead inquiry into Katrina  US President will lead an investigation into how the hurricane disaster was handled 2005 Sep.5   Bush vows massive relief effort  US President has revisited the disaster area and pledged long-term help for the region     Residents return  The residents of Jefferson Parish got their first look. Bush arrives in Baton Rouge to see devastation 2005 Sep.4     House-to-house rescues under way  Military helicopters circled above the city to drop supplies and rescue people trapped in the nearly deserted city   Five shot dead  The five who shot by police were part of a larger group of people crossing a bridge carrying weapons     Thousands of deaths predicted  Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt: it is evident number of people killed is in the thousands 2005 Sep.3     Massive airlift rescues thousands
  Survivors of Hurricane Katrina are being taken to safety in what is being called the largest-ever airlift in the country
  Fires burn along river; rescue grinds on  The struggle continued to rescue victims from floodwaters and evacuate people from the city   Troops ordered to hurricane zone  Bush has ordered 7,000 more front-line troops into the areas. He said the situation was now improving 'hour by hour' 2005 Sep.2   Hurricane aid efforts gather pace  Aid operations are starting to ease the plight of tens of thousands of victims in the devastated city   Bush condemns Katrina aid effort  President has condemned the initial response to the hurricane as not acceptable, before arriving in Alabama 2005 Sep.1     'Desperate SOS' for city
  Mayor Ray Nagin has issued a 'desperate SOS' for thousands of people stranded at the city's convention center
  Up to 60,000 trying to flee city  Police and National Guard troops struggled to restore order. Looters and armed gangs were roaming the streets 2005 Aug.31   Katrina will scar US 'for years'  President Bush flew over devastated areas on the Gulf coast and vowed his cabinet will take over the aid operation   City evacuations under way  Bush called the disaster 'one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history' 2005 Aug.30   'Up to 80' dead in hurricane  A huge rescue operation is under way along the US Gulf Coast. 30 have died in one beachfront apartment complex 2005 Aug.29     Dozens feared dead after storm
  At least 50 people were killed in one county alone. The storm is causing up to $25bn of damage     Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods
 The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. Parts of New Orleans are flooded with up to 6 feet of water after some of the pumps failed. The storm is estimated to have been responsible for $81.2 billion in damage
2005 Aug.28   Katrina may be 'our Asian tsunami'  Flooding expected from the hurricane could wreak catastrophe on New Orleans, overwhelming its sewage systems     City evacuated as storm nears
  The mayor has ordered hundreds of thousands of people to flee the city as Hurricane Katrina nears     Katrina now Category 5
  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city 2005 Aug.27   Gulf Coast residents urged to get out  Hurricane-savvy Louisianans are leaving the state in advance of Katrina's potential arrival on the sate of Mississippi