RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Entergy Corporation

A collection of news and information related to Entergy Corporation published by this site and its partners.

Top Entergy Corporation Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • Van Buren County Nuclear Plant Returns To Service

    Van Buren County Nuclear Plant Returns To Service
    The Palisades Nuclear Plant returned to service at midday Sunday. Palisades spokesman Mark Savage announced just before 3:30 p.m. Sunday that the plant, which is owned by Entergy, was returned to service and synchronized to the Michigan electrical grid...
  • The Latest Hippiefornia Virus Spreads To The Big Easy

    The Latest Hippiefornia Virus Spreads To The Big Easy
    It is said that great cultural trends start out in Hippiefornia, then infect everything to the east. This is what makes the newest hippie revolt against success and personal hygiene unique. Occupy Wall Street, or as I affectionately call it “...
  • Local Nuclear Power Plant Removed From Service

    Local Nuclear Power Plant Removed From Service
    The Palisades Nuclear Power Plant was taken offline Sunday morning. At 10:26 a.m. Sunday, plant operators removed Entergy's Palisades plant from service, signaling the start of the site's 22nd refueling and maintenance outage. The plant is located on...
  • Power Restored To Westbank, After Barge Snags Power Line

    Power Restored To Westbank, After Barge Snags Power Line
    Power was restored late Wednesday morning to 24,000 Entergy customers who lost power after a barge in the Harvey Canal snagged an important transmission line that supplies Entergy’s Harvey and Westwego stations. Emergency management workers...
  • Isaac Breaches Louisiana Levee

    Isaac Breaches Louisiana Levee
    The fury of Isaac slammed into southeast Louisiana with strong winds and pounding rain, generating the first real test early Wednesday of flood control systems and emergency services in New Orleans on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. With...
  • State by state: Isaac lingers in Louisiana, soaks region

    State by state: Isaac lingers in Louisiana, soaks region
    Slow-moving Tropical Storm Isaac continues to drench the central Gulf Coast region. Thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama are under states of emergency. A summary of the latest situations in each state: Louisiana -- Up to 3,000...
  • Some Metairie residents still without power

    Some Metairie residents still without power
    A small stretch of road in the Veterans/Transcontinental area of Metairie is still without power. As the residents see the power go on around them, skipping their block, they are beginning to feel jinxed.  A large tree fell over during hurricane Isaac...
  • It's Hurricanes Huey P And Franklin D That Caused Your "Extended Powuh Outage, Dawlin' "

    It's Hurricanes Huey P And Franklin D That Caused Your "Extended Powuh Outage, Dawlin' "
    Residents of Southeast LA, angry at the Entergy Corporation for lengthy delays in restoring their electric power after Hurricane Isaac knocked it out, should take their anger out on Hurricane Franklin - as in Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In 1935,...
  • Why do we accept power outages after a hurricane?

    Why do we accept power outages after a hurricane?
    When hurricane Isaac hit the metro New Orleans area last week we all braced for the worst.  And for some, the worst came.   Like in Braithwaite and LaPlace, where several feet of water inundated hundreds of homes.  Two people drowned in the kitchen of...
  • Why are we still dealing with power outages and flooded interstates?

    Why are we still dealing with power outages and flooded interstates?
    The power outages from Hurricane Isaac were, and still are to some, a major inconvenience to say the least.  Hundreds of thousands of homes were without power for days and some actually still are without power tonight.  Burying power lines would...
  • Did Hurricane Isaac make you want to buy a generator now?

    Did Hurricane Isaac make you want to buy a generator now?
    Lost faith in Entergy after Isaac means generator sales are sky rocketing across the metro area. The phone is ringing off the hook at locally owned Lightning Service, Inc. because they sell liquid cooled generators that can power an entire house. “...
  • NOLA City Council Votes to Investigate Entergy

    NOLA City Council Votes to Investigate Entergy
    As the lights are finally back on across New Orleans, the City Council follows the lead of Mayor Mitch Landrieu, questioning Entergy's response after Hurricane Isaac, voting to investigate our power provider. At Thursday's City Council meeting,...