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  • Improvements Made To Emergency Food Stamp Application Process

    Improvements Made To Emergency Food Stamp Application Process
    The process to apply for emergency food stamps after Hurricane Isaac just got a little easier. Because demand for disaster relief after Hurricane Isaac has been so high, the state of Louisiana has expanded its emergency food stamp program. "Oh I think...
  • Vitter, Young Push for Ability to Fire Entergy

    Vitter, Young Push for Ability to Fire Entergy
    He wasn't shy about criticizing Entergy's response after Hurricane Isaac and now, Jefferson Parish President John Young is taking his outrage a step further.  He's pushing to allow communities to essentially "fire" utility companies like Entergy. ...
  • Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour: Tort reform 'has been a major factor in economic growth and job creation'

     
    Republican touts his state's strong recovery from Hurricane Katrina and job growth despite the ongoing recession....
  • Report: Gulf Coast Could Lose $350 Billion By 2030

    Report: Gulf Coast Could Lose $350 Billion By 2030
    Global warming, fiercer and more frequent hurricanes and environmental degradation could result in $350 billion in losses over the next 20 years for the Gulf Coast. That's the risk assessment of an analysis commissioned by Entergy Corp. Wayne Leonard,...
  • Transformer Explodes At Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant ; No One Hurt

    Transformer Explodes At Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant ; No One Hurt
    A transformer exploded at the Indian Point nuclear power plant Sunday night, leading to an automatic emergency shutdown of one of its reactors, authorities said. No one was injured and no radioactive materials leaked. The explosion happened after 6:30 p....
  • City Council Budget Looking To Tax Payers To Take Up Slack

    City Council Budget Looking To Tax Payers To Take Up Slack
    New Orleans families may have to tighten their purse strings to afford tax hikes in 2011. According to Mayor Mitch Landrieu's budget proposal, taxpayers will have to foot the bill to help balance the city's budget. Mayor Landrieu's current plan...
  • Entergy Found To Have Overcharged Customers

    Entergy Found To Have Overcharged Customers
    A federal regulatory judge has found Entergy Corp. overcharged customers in four states by the way it sold electricity. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood on Monday announced last week's ruling by an administrative law judge for the Federal Energy...
  • NOPD Searches for Man Accused of Dressing As Entergy Worker to Burglarize Homes

    NOPD Searches for Man Accused of Dressing As Entergy Worker to Burglarize Homes
    New Orleans Police are looking for a man suspected of dressing like an Entergy worker to get into residents' homes and rob them.  91-year-old woman says she opened her the front door of her home on 1000 block of Vallette Street  Tuesday to a man who...
  • West Bank Deals with Early Morning Street Flooding

    West Bank Deals with Early Morning Street Flooding
    Major street flooding on the West Bank created a big hassle for drivers as they made their way to work Monday morning. Flash floodwaters even made their way into homes in a few Terrytown neighborhoods. The West Bank in Jefferson Parish took a beating...
  • Officials Consider Increasing Indian Point Evacuation Zone To 50 Miles To Include NYC

    Officials Consider Increasing Indian Point Evacuation Zone To 50 Miles To Include NYC
    The magnitude 9.0 earthquake of the coast of Japan and the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima Daichii nuclear power plant, have officials at America's 104 nuclear power plants taking a second at safety. The Indian Point power plant sits 25 miles north...
  • Storm Causes Mess on Manhattan Blvd.

    Storm Causes Mess on Manhattan Blvd.
    A big clean up is underway on the West Bank. Last night's severe storm caused some major damage along Manhattan Blvd. in Harvey. Strong winds ripped a brick wall right off the side of an auto detail shop. There was also flooding and downed powerlines....
  • City's Growth Leads to Another Rate Decrease for Entergy New Orleans Customers

    City's Growth Leads to Another Rate Decrease for Entergy New Orleans Customers
    Because of the Formula Rate Plan established by New Orleans City Council in 2009 and the city's revival, Entergy New Orleans, Inc. is lowering customer rates for the third time in three years - this time by a minimum of $14.2 million. Based on the Sept....