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Sam Karlin

Louisiana officers in black man's shooting will not be charged: newspapers

May 02 2017

BATON ROUGE, La. The U.S. Justice Department will not charge two white police officers who fatally shot a black man at close range in Louisiana last year, sparking nationwide protests, the New York Times and Washington Post reported on Tuesday.

Thousands still in shelters after record Louisiana floods

Aug 23 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. More than 3,000 Louisiana residents were still in emergency shelters as record flood waters receded on Monday, while government officials weighed options for temporary housing after the state's worst disaster since Hurricane Katrina.

Thousands still in shelters after record Louisiana floods

Aug 23 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. More than 3,000 Louisiana residents were still in emergency shelters as record flood waters receded on Monday, while government officials weighed options for temporary housing after the state's worst disaster since Hurricane Katrina.

Louisiana residents without flood insurance face uncertainty

Aug 22 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. Quenton Robins watched on Sunday morning as a giant metal claw clamped down on his mother's ruined belongings, snapping wooden cabinets with an audible crack as the operator of a giant mechanized arm slowly cleared a mound of debris from her yard in Baton Rouge.

Louisiana residents without flood insurance face uncertainty

Aug 21 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. Quenton Robins watched on Sunday morning as a giant metal claw clamped down on his mother's ruined belongings, snapping wooden cabinets with an audible crack as the operator of a giant mechanized arm slowly cleared a mound of debris from her yard in Baton Rouge.

Louisiana residents without flood insurance face uncertainty

Aug 21 2016

BATON ROUGE, La., Aug 21 Quenton Robins watched on Sunday morning as a giant metal claw clamped down on his mother's ruined belongings, snapping wooden cabinets with an audible crack as the operator of a giant mechanized arm slowly cleared a mound of debris from her yard in Baton Rouge.

Debris piles mark the start of long road to recovery in flooded Louisiana

Aug 20 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. Renee Deal still hopes to salvage the wedding photo album placed out to dry on Saturday in the carport of her flood-ravaged house in southern Louisiana.

Louisiana assesses flood damage as residents return to soaked homes

Aug 17 2016

GONZALES, La. Ron Allen set out electric fans at his rental property in southeastern Louisiana on Wednesday, hoping to dry floors that had been swamped by nearly a foot of water. | Video

Eleven dead, thousands of homes ravaged in Louisiana floods

Aug 17 2016

BATON ROUGE, La. Search-and-rescue operations were still underway on Tuesday in Louisiana, where at least 11 people have died in severe floods that damaged about 40,000 homes, state officials said. | Video

In flood-hit Louisiana town, 'I lost everything' becomes painful refrain

Aug 17 2016

DENHAM SPRINGS, La. With floodwaters engulfing her home in Denham Springs, Louisiana, over the weekend, Dana Dillon swam to her front door to rescue her cats and found furniture floating in chest-deep water.

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