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  • Rough weather curtails some Gulf cleanup work

    Rough weather curtails some Gulf cleanup work
    Cleanup crews across the Gulf of Mexico surveyed damage done by last week's hurricane while contending Sunday with choppy seas that idled many of the boats dedicated to keeping oil from hitting vulnerable beaches and marshes. Offshore skimming vessels...
  • Rough Weather Curtails Some Gulf Cleanup Work

    Rough Weather Curtails Some Gulf Cleanup Work
    A whale of an oil skimmer is being put through its paces in the Gulf of Mexico, but lousy weather means it may be longer than first hoped before officials know if it can work full-time sucking crude from the sea. The Taiwanese skimmer dubbed "A Whale"...
  • Weakened Ida Heads for Florida

    Weakened Ida Heads for Florida
    DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (AP) - Tropical Storm Ida sloshed ashore with rain and gusty winds Tuesday before weakening to a depression, leaving weather-hardened Gulf Coast residents largely unscathed. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Ida's...
  • Gulf Coast Coast Guard Units Prepare for Ida

    Gulf Coast Coast Guard Units Prepare for Ida
    Coast Guard units from Louisiana to Florida are preparing to ensure search and rescue, environmental response, and recovery of the ports and waterways missions are met as Hurricane Ida approaches. Personnel, aircraft and vessels needed to conduct day-to-...
  • Closures & Openings After TS Ida

    Closures & Openings After TS Ida
    To be included in this list, please send an e-mail to abc26news@tribune.com or call 504-619-6363. Algiers Charter Schools Association Net-work Schools Algiers Charter Schools Association net-work schools and the ACSA Central Office will reopen on...
  • Monday AM Update: Gulf Coast Preps As Ida Weakens To Tropical Storm

    Monday AM Update: Gulf Coast Preps As Ida Weakens To Tropical Storm
    Schools closed, residents of low-lying areas sought shelter and Florida's governor declared a state of emergency Monday as a late-season tropical storm churned toward the Gulf Coast. After a quiet storm season, residents took the year's first serious...
  • Transportation Secretary To Visit New Orleans

    U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is beginning a nationwide listening tour on transportation policy in New Orleans. Tuesday's visit is scheduled to include a town hall meeting and tours of a street car facility and train station. As New Orleans...
  • Coast Guard Responds To An Oil Spill In The Gulf Of Mexico

    Coast Guard Responds To An Oil Spill In The Gulf Of Mexico
    The Coast Guard is coordinating clean up efforts for an oil spill found approximately 75 miles south of Atchafalaya Bay, Monday. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Morgan City, La., received a report at approximately 4:09 p.m., July 25, 2009, from the...
  • AP: NYC Left Out of Grant

    AP: NYC Left Out of Grant
    Four major cities -- New York, Seattle, Houston, and Pittsburgh -- will get no money from a $1 billion economic stimulus program to help cities avoid laying off police officers, officials told The Associated Press on Monday. The officials, speaking on...
  • No Recovery Cops

    No Recovery Cops
    The Obama administration on Tuesday announced $1 billion in grants to help keep police officers on the beat during the economic downturn - and tried to assure cities not getting aid that they won't be stiffed. The aid announced by Vice President Joe...
  • Shelby Brown

    Shelby Brown
    Shelby Brown is WTVR's Chesterfield Beat Reporter. She's a native of Williamsburg, Virginia and was thrilled to come back home in July of 2001 to join the team at the News Six Network. She holds a B.A. degree in Broadcast Journalism from James Madison...
  • Inspectors Find Rodent, Insect Infestations At Sandwich Co.

    Federal authorities raided a Louisiana sandwich company Friday, seizing tuna salad sandwiches and other food after inspectors found widespread rodent and insect infestations. No illnesses associated with the products have been reported. At the request of...