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Texas Brine announced plans to give out retroactive payments

Texas Brine will begin the process of identifying all Bayou Corne area residents who were affected by the evacuation order and whose households might qualify for retroactive payments of assistance funds for the period of August 3-16, 2012.

Patriot Day ceremony in Slidell to include Isaac first responder recognition

When the City of Slidell commemorates Patriot Day on Tuesday, Sept.

ExxonMobil responding to crude oil spill on river

ExxonMobil’s Baton Rouge Refinery is responding to a small crude oil spill that happened early this morning. The company says that less than five barrels were spilled in the water at its Mississippi River docks.

BR man dies after falling from hotel balcony in Orange Beach

A Baton Rouge-native fell do his death in a tragic accident that happened in Orange Beach, AL on Labor Day.

CVS to provide support for Hurricane Isaac relief efforts

CVS pharmacy today announced a donation of more than $20,000 in support of communities that have been affected by Hurricane Isaac.

Insurance claims to rise after Isaac

As flood waters begin to recede, Louisiana's top insurance man says claims will no doubt be going up.

FEMA assistance meeting being held Wednesday in French Settlement

Residents in Ascension and Livingston Parishes are eligible for FEMA assistance, and tomorrow, there will be a meeting held to show you how to apply.

Neighborhoods continue to clean and dry out after Isaac

People living in the Killian, Maurepas area of Livingston Parish are still drying out nearly a week after Isaac rolled through Louisiana.

Loads of Hope brings relief to flooded residents in LaPlace

Tide’s Loads of Hope mobile washing unit set up shop today, Tuesday, Sept. 4, in LaPlace. This area was hit hard by flooding caused by Hurricane Isaac. Residents got their first chance today to begin picking up the pieces.

LaPlace residents get clean clothes and look to the future

As the waters in St. John Parish slowly recede, those living in the flooded parish are attempting to pick up the pieces of their lives, many of them realizing that will mean starting from scratch.