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Gulf coast News

Tropical storm Karen brewing in Gulf, prompts hurricane watch

Tropical storm Karen is developing in the Gulf of Mexico and fears of hurricanes on the Gulf coastline heighten. Hurricane watches are effective from Louisiana to Florida while Federal Emergency Management Committee workers have been recalled to work.
In the Media by Dawn Denmar

Photo Essay: Exploring Biloxi, MS, eight years since Katrina Special

Biloxi - The evidence of Hurricane Katrina's destruction is still visible today as scars in the landscape of Biloxi, Mississippi, but Biloxi has moved on. Repaired and rebuilt it awaits you coming to explore its vibrant casinos, nightlife, beaches and wildlife.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Parker - 5 comments

Photo Essay: Beautiful beaches in Florida's Panhandle Special

The beaches along the Panhandle are Florida's "best-kept secrets," according to the Travel Channel. Two of those beaches with white sand and turquoise water are featured here.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 10 comments

Ex-FEMA Director Brown: 'Obama jumped the gun on Sandy'

Republican governor Chris Christie of New Jersey has given praise to US President Barack Obama in regards to Hurricane Sandy's response. Michael Brown, FEMA's former director, criticized saying that Obama acted too fast.
In the Media by Can Tran - 7 comments

Gulf Coast Senators want 'fair deal' if BP settlement is made

Senators from gulf coast states sent a letter to the Obama administration asking that any settlement with BP regarding the 2010 oil spill be fair.
In the Media by Greta McClain

The day after — Sometimes lighting, and hurricanes, strike twice

As dawn approaches and a new day awakens, New Orleans, Biloxi, Mobile and much of the north western gulf coast will wake up and begin to go about the task of accessing the damage and beginning repairs.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Tropical Storm Lee to bring heavy rains, flooding to Gulf coast

New Orleans - Tropical storm warnings have been issued from Alabama to Lousiana, including the New Orleans area, with heavy flooding expected from Tropical Storm Lee. Lee is predicted to dump up to 20 inches of rain over the region throughout the Labor Day weekend.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 2 comments

Oil clean-up chemical dispersants more dangerous than oil itself?

The use of chemical dispersants to clean up the BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast may be more damaging to the ecosystem than the oil itself, according to preliminary findings by University of West Florida researchers.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Endangered sea turtles washing up on Gulf coast, left to rot

Gulfport - New reports emerging from the US Gulf coast show an unusually high number of endangered sea turtles stranded along Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama shorelines, with government officials lax in their responsibility of documenting and testing them.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 5 comments

Obama administration restricts findings on Gulf’s dead dolphins

Biloxi - The Obama administration has issued a gag order on data over the recent spike of dead dolphins, including many stillborn infants, washing up on Mississippi and Alabama shorelines, and scientists say the restriction undermines the scientific process.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 12 comments

Study: BP’s spill on human health effects being launched

Washington - A long-term study on human health effects related to last year’s BP oil spill is set to be launched and is considered groundbreaking, as there is “ surprisingly little information” available on those long-term effects after a spill.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 6 comments

Op-Ed: Gulf Coast oil disaster an exercise in secrecy and deception

The fallacies about the Gulf Coast oil disaster being over are nothing but propaganda being used to mislead an unsuspecting public. People are dying to keep keep the true magnitude of the disaster covered up and the crisis is far from over
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 5 comments

Pres Obama & family to vacation on Florida's Gulf Coast in August

President Obama is putting his money where his mouth is. He and his family will take a weekend vacation next month to the disaster-hit Gulf Coast of Florida, before going on to a longer vacation on Martha's Vineyard.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg - 2 comments

Revised Gulf Coast 'safety zone' rule allows credentialed media

The U.S. Coast Guard rescinded orders banning reporters and journalists from being within 20-meters of a BP 'safety zone.' Now, with two exceptions, credentialed media will have unfettered access to the spill areas
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 1 comment

New rule makes violating BP oil spill 'safety zone' criminal

Anyone breaching a 20-meter safety zone established by the Coast Guard around all Deepwater Horizon clean-up and response operations may face fines and felony charges
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 10 comments

Health concerns emerge over BP oil spill

Seventy-three days after the Gulf Coast oil crisis began, people are being advised to avoid some coastal areas affected by the BP oil spill. Also, there are concerns over the health and safety of workers involved in clean-up efforts.
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 5 comments

U.S. Interior Secretary tries another angle at moratorium

The Obama Administration was dealt a blow towards its desire for a moratorium for offshore drilling Tuesday when a judge ruled it as 'overbearing.'
In the Media by Michael Bearak

Op-Ed: Gulf coast oil devastation growing as BP's credibility plunges

More than a month and a half since the Gulf Coast oil crisis began, evidence of criminal negligence and public outrage are growing, the devastation, and BP's -- as well as the Federal government's -- lack of credibility is becoming increasingly obvious
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 5 comments

Op-Ed: BP's criminal history of creating Environmental crises

BP is a corporation that has reaped huge profits through a dubious history of committing crimes around the globe with the aid of politically corrupt oversight. The Gulf Coast oil spill was preventable
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 9 comments

Environmental disaster looms for Gulf Coast shoreline Special

Preparing for the worst, a major environmental disaster on the Gulf Coast, Jindal has assured the public that state agencies are working to mitigate damage if the oil spill reaches shoreline as is predicted possible this weekend.
Digital Journal Report by Carol Forsloff - 3 comments

Louisiana Anxious, Watchful for Hurricane Ida

Since the terrible Hurricanie Katrina of four years ago, Louisiana is cautious when hurricanes are predicted. Ida is said to have regained strength as a hurricane, with the potential of reaching Louisiana. Residents are watchful again this season.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 3 comments

'Hurricane fatigue' sets in as Ike targets U.S. Gulf coast

Officials in U S Gulf coast are worried that many storm-weary residents of the area may ignore orders to evacuate or stock supplies as the hurricane Ike closes in.
In the Media by Kesavan Unnikrishnan - 11 comments

Hurricane Ike Has Entire Gulf Coast On Pins And Needles Following Current Death Toll

Hurricane Ike pounded storm ravaged Cuba last night as a Category 3 storm, raising their recent hurricane related death toll around 600. Haiti suffered nearly 50 Ike deaths. As the now Cat 2 storm makes its way across land, U.S. residents are on alert.
In the Media by Nikki Weingartner - 11 comments

Gustav Downgraded To Category 2 And Starts Pounding Gulf Coast

The hardest hit area will be just West of New Orleans, saving it from the highest of storm surges but still having the ability to do major damage. The effects of this powerful storm ar being felt early Monday and the Category 2 starts pounding the Gulf.
In the Media by Susan Duclos - 10 comments

Op-Ed: Call in the roughnecks, the majority of Americans want off-shore drilling

For years, the U.S. has had a noticeable lack of off shore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, an area where vast stores of crude are both known and believed to be located. What is the United States to do now, though, if the Gulf is being pumped by others?
In the Media by Mr Garibaldi - 7 comments

To Drill or Not to Drill, That is the Question in Florida

It wasn't but just a few years ago that if you mentioned off shore drilling to Floridians, you might be met with anything from angry glares to other means of expressing displeasure. With the price of fuel topping $4.00 a gallon, that may have changed.
In the Media by Mr Garibaldi - 20 comments

Katrina Victims Could Be Housed In Trailers Again

After three years since the Gulf Coast was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, there are many that are still displaced. However, it may seem that the victims may be housed in trailers again.
In the Media by Can Tran

Two Years After Hurricane Katrina

Two years ago, Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast of the US causing extraordinary damage to property but more importantly, to the people who lived in the region. Despite controversy surrounding this disaster, today let’s remember the people.
In the Media by S.H. Mills - 16 comments
 

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Looking west along Biloxi Beach at its current  2013  emptiness with few buildings since Biloxi was ...
Looking west along Biloxi Beach at its current, 2013, emptiness with few buildings since Biloxi was devastated by Hurricane Katrina's storm surge in 2005.
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What the oil spill would look like superimposed over Toronto  Ontario
What the oil spill would look like superimposed over Toronto, Ontario
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High winds knock a large tree onto a car in Braithwaithe Louisiana
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High winds knock a large tree onto a car in Braithwaithe Louisiana
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Pelican covered with oil from BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010
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Pelican covered with oil from BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010
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Condos in Biloxi  MS shown after Hurricane Katrina heavily damaged the bottom floors beside the same...
Condos in Biloxi, MS shown after Hurricane Katrina heavily damaged the bottom floors beside the same condos in June 2013, repaired and restored.
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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Trees down in Braithwaithe Louisiana area
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Trees down in Braithwaithe Louisiana area
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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Hurricane Camille memorial side by side of April 2006 showing the devastation and debris left by Hur...
Hurricane Camille memorial side by side of April 2006 showing the devastation and debris left by Hurricane Katrina in Aug. 2005 and the June 2013 view of it repaired and restored.
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Containers of the dispersant Corexit stand unguarded near the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
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Containers of the dispersant Corexit stand unguarded near the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
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The Coast Guard released the following photo to the press yesterday.  Since then the oil has moved c...
Unified Command
The Coast Guard released the following photo to the press yesterday. Since then the oil has moved closer to the shoreline.
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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The Mississippi National Guard travel through flooded waters in Ocean Springs  MS
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The Mississippi National Guard travel through flooded waters in Ocean Springs, MS
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The oil spill is already seeping into the coastlands of Louisiana and threatens to have global impac...
Environmental Protection Agency
The oil spill is already seeping into the coastlands of Louisiana and threatens to have global impact.
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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The new Biloxi Bay Bridge  built after Hurricane Katrina destroyed the old one on Hwy 90  this one n...
The new Biloxi Bay Bridge, built after Hurricane Katrina destroyed the old one on Hwy 90, this one now finished runs 1.7 miles from Ocean Springs, Mississippi to Biloxi, Mississippi.
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Picture of the coast on the Gulf of Mexico  US
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Picture of the coast on the Gulf of Mexico, US
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Images from Biloxi  Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
Images from Biloxi, Mississippi before and after rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina
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