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Hurricane Katrina (2005)

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  • Al Jazeera America hires four anchors in advance of August launch

    Al Jazeera America hires four anchors in advance of August launch
    Al Jazeera America continues to beef up its on-air team in advance of launching next month. The cable news channel has hired its first four news anchors -- Jonathan Betz, Richelle Carey, Morgan Fogarty and Del Walters. All will work out of Al Jazeera...
  • Tinley Park deputy police chief to retire

    Tinley Park deputy police chief to retire
    During the holidays back in the late 1980s, Mayor Ed Zabrocki showed up one day at Village Hall dressed in Santa gear. As Zabrocki spread good cheer and gifts to the village's trustees and departments heads, then police Officer Pat McCain waited to...
  • Hurricane Katrina struck eight years ago

    Hurricane Katrina struck eight years ago
    The images of the destruction and death were the only thing on the news in the wake of Hurricane Katrina's Louisiana landfall eight years ago today. Katrina, which had formed on Aug. 23 and made its way across Florida as a Category 1 hurricane grew...
  • Psychic dictated messages from Brad Pitt and Colin Powell, witness testifies

    Psychic dictated messages from Brad Pitt and Colin Powell, witness testifies
    The witness bore no resemblance to actor Brad Pitt or former Secretary of State Colin Powell, but she testified Friday that she typed letters and emails that appeared to come from them and the messages were sent to best-selling romance novelist Jude...
  • Rosenthal: Detroit sounds warning for Chicago

    Rosenthal: Detroit sounds warning for Chicago
    No matter how much horsepower you produce, you can't outrun math. Like automakers General Motors and Chrysler a few years earlier, Detroit late last week finally acknowledged its numbers never would add up and filed for bankruptcy protection. This is...
  • Ruth Benerito dies at 97; chemist helped develop wrinkle-resistant cotton

    Ruth Benerito dies at 97; chemist helped develop wrinkle-resistant cotton
    Her name graces no labels, but millions wear Ruth Benerito creations daily. A government chemist, Benerito led a team that helped create wrinkle-resistant cotton — an innovation that spared homemakers hours of ironing and breathed new life into an...
  • Anne Rice defends Paula Deen against 'lynch mob'

    Embattled chef Paula Deen has found an unlikely supporter in vampire novelist Anne Rice, who has gone on Facebook to defend the silver-haired (former) Food Network star, who is facing widening accusations of racism -- as well as a loss of corporate...
  • 75-Year-Old Hartford Levee System Needs Major Overhaul

    When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005, more than 50 levees and flood walls gave way, sending tens of billions of gallons of water roaring into the city, causing horrific death and destruction. Could that happen in another city...
  • Becoming Yeezus: Kanye West's dark, twisted journey

    Becoming Yeezus: Kanye West's dark, twisted journey
    There's no denying that Kanye West has become synonymous with arrogance. Compared with his current, astronomical self-image, though, the Chicago-raised rap/fashion icon's musical beginnings were humble. People actually liked him because of that...
  • Police ID suspect in New Orleans mass shooting

    Police ID suspect in New Orleans mass shooting
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Police identified a 19-year-old man as a suspect in the shooting of nearly 20 people during a Mother's Day parade in New Orleans, saying several people had identified him as the gunman. Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said...
  • Still adrift after the storm

    First Hurricane Katrina took John Hoffmann Jr.'s home, which flooded, then exploded, and then burned. Next the storm took Hoffmann's job of 23 years washing dishes at Antoine's Restaurant, a position that vanished when the heavily damaged New Orleans...
  • Suspicions fire racial tensions

    Gina Blandin has a theory about what caused the flooding disaster that befell New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck last August, an idea that has little to do with engineering studies or physical evidence and everything to do with the poisonous...