THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bridgehunter Chronicles supports the victims of Superstorm Sandy
We have seen many disaster films where megastorms, whether they are hurricanes, snowstorms, sandstorms or a combination of them and then some burrow in on the cities, destroying buildings, places of i... Posted on 10/30/12 at 6:04 PM
A tour of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum begins in a bright area representing his early domestic agenda, but with one turn, visitors find themselves in a darkened room surrounded by chilling reminders of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans has celebrated plenty of milestones on its slow road to recovery from Hurricane Katrina, but arguably none is bigger than hosting its first Super Bowl since the 2005 storm left the city in shambles.
Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press
, January 29, 2013
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A New Orleans police officer on trial for burning the body of a man who was fatally shot by a different officer testified Monday that he set the fire because he didn't want to let another corpse rot in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
NEW ORLEANS — Gulf Coast residents tried to put Hurricane Katrina behind them on Sunday, marking its fifth anniversary by casting wreaths into the water to remember the hundreds killed. But part of the catastrophe lives on, in abandoned homes still bearing spray-painted circles indicating they had been searched and whether bodies were found inside.
By Cain Burdeau and Michael Kunzelman, The Associated Press
, August 30, 2010
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — In Hurricane Katrina's chaotic aftermath, police shot six people — killing two — as they crossed a bridge in search of food. For years the case was a shocking symbol of the confusion and violence that swept through the flooded city. On Wednesday it became a mark of shame for the police department.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A former New Orleans police official is preparing to enter a guilty plea in connection with a federal probe of a deadly police shooting in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath, two people familiar with the case said Tuesday.
When I was visiting Katrina last month she took a package of frozen pork chops from the freezer and set them on the counter to thaw. I looked in disbelief for a moment, then asked, “Aren’t you worried about your Labradors getting those chops? Without an armed guard, they would be gone within 10 minutes in our house. Otis and Lucy wouldn’t even have to extend themselves to reach them.”
, September 26, 2008
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