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Hurricane Katrina (2005)

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Top Hurricane Katrina (2005) Articles

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  • Brian Williams will leave 'NBC Nightly News' and join MSNBC

    Brian Williams will leave 'NBC Nightly News' and join MSNBC
    Brian Williams, the popular NBC News anchor who became embroiled in controversy over false statements he made about his reporting, will no longer be the anchor of the network's evening newscast and will be assigned to handling breaking news on cable...
  • From 'Cocaine City' to the Cowboys: La'el Collins followed faith, unsinkable mother to the NFL

    First the name: La'el. It's pronounced Lah-EL. "It's Hebrew," explained La'el Collins. It was given to him by his grandmother. On July 26, 1993 his mother's 29th birthday baby boy Collins entered this world in a Baton Rouge, La., hospital with his...
  • Sheriff: Woman accused of killing mom may have faked illness

    A Missouri woman accused with her boyfriend of killing her mother may have faked the need for a wheelchair and pretended to be a Hurricane Katrina victim so that she and her mom could collect donations, a sheriff said Tuesday. The daughter, Gypsy...
  • Slaying suspect faked illness, Hurricane Katrina story: police

    Slaying suspect faked illness, Hurricane Katrina story: police
    A Missouri woman accused with her boyfriend of killing her mother may have faked the need for a wheelchair and pretended to be a Hurricane Katrina victim so that she and her mom could collect donations, a sheriff said Tuesday. The daughter, Gypsy...
  • Lindsey Graham's 'rotating first lady' talk is historically accurate

    Lindsey Graham's 'rotating first lady' talk is historically accurate
    When Republican Lindsey Graham suggested his sister "could play" first lady if his long-shot presidential bid proves successful, the life-long bachelor knew what he was talking about. Daughters, daughters-in-law, sisters and nieces all have subbed as...
  • American history has seen a few first lady stand-ins

    When Republican Lindsey Graham suggested his sister "could play" first lady if his long-shot presidential bid proves successful, the life-long bachelor knew what he was talking about. Daughters, daughters-in-law, sisters and nieces all have subbed as...
  • Brian Williams will leave 'NBC Nightly News' and join MSNBC

    Brian Williams will leave 'NBC Nightly News' and join MSNBC
    Brian Williams, the popular NBC News anchor who became embroiled in controversy over false statements he made about his reporting, will no longer be the anchor of the network's evening newscast and will be assigned to handling breaking news on cable...
  • Community news for Manchester edition

    Two Watkinson musicians honored by Litchfield Jazz Festival MANCHESTER - Watkinson Music Director Luke Nelson of Manchester and one of his former students, Emma Adomeit '14 of West Hartford, will be honored by the Litchfield Jazz Fest as they pay special...
  • Enfield Police Welcome New Police Dog Named Ranger

    Enfield Police Welcome New Police Dog Named Ranger
    ENFIELD – Enfield police welcomed a new recruit – patrol dog Ranger, a 16- to 19-month old German shepherd. Ranger joins officer Mike Colantuono, 32, who has worked for Enfield police since 2011. Colantuono earlier worked as a New York City...
  • CPS principal training deal got green light despite red flags

    CPS principal training deal got green light despite red flags
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's formula for fixing Chicago Public Schools has always put a priority on building better leaders, so it could have been a setback for the mayor's agenda when a prominent education nonprofit balked at funding a training program for...
  • Can CPS be saved?

     Can CPS be saved?
    The last day of Chicago Public Schools classes is June 19. Less than two weeks later, a reckoning begins for CPS. And for its nearly 400,000 students. And their parents. And every Chicagoan who knows that the city can't thrive if its school system gasps....