- FEMA forgives Picayune post-Katrina loan Updated: Apr-03-14 4:32 am
- Orleans coroner: Glover's death still undetermined Updated: Apr-01-14 7:38 pm
- Military museum rises from the muck of Katrina Updated: Mar-29-14 12:06 pm
PICAYUNE, Mississippi - The remainder of a $3.2 million loan approved for the city of Picayune after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 has been forgiven by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
NEW ORLEANS - Orleans Parish Coroner Frank Minyard says he does not have any new evidence that would make him change the death certificate to "homicide" for a man who was shot and burned by New Orleans police after Hurricane Katrina.
NEW ORLEANS - With the light touch of someone accustomed to handling fragile historic artifacts, Beverly Boyko gingerly pointed to the white crust fused to the scarlet military flag from World War II. The unit flag belonged to a battalion in the National Guard's historic Washington Artillery, a Jackson Barracks unit that fought through North Africa, Italy and to Germany after the Army federalized its Louisiana soldiers and sent them to the European front.