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Tropical Storm Barry tests Louisiana's multi-billion-dollar post-Katrina flood defenses

By Allie Raffa

Louisiana officials are learning what worked and what still needs improvements after Hurricane Barry dumped heavy rain on the state’s multi-billion dollar post-Katrina flood defenses, put into use for the first time when the storm hit.

Hurricane Barry rattles Gulf Coast fishermen already reeling from rough season

By Charles Watson

Gulf Coast commercial fishermen have taken another hit this season after Hurricane Barry hit Louisiana’s and Mississippi’s Gulf Coasts. Heavy wind and rain from the category one storm forced fishermen to dock their commercial vessels for days.

Still Menaced by Flooding, Louisiana Dodges a Storm’s Worst Blows

By Emily Lane, David Montgomery and Richard Fausset

Tropical Storm Barry crept slowly northward on Sunday, soaking Louisiana with heavy rain, but fears of catastrophic flooding in the state’s biggest cities eased as the storm weakened.

Hurricane Barry and the New Normal

By Andy Horowitz

Can we afford to leave the city? Will our insurance cover an out-of-state delivery?

Tropical Storm Barry brings 'significant flooding threat' as officials warn of snakes, alligators in water

By Travis Fedschun

After making landfall in Louisiana, Tropical Storm Barry contributed making its slow trek northward on Sunday across the region, bringing the threat of flash flooding for the lower Mississippi River valley and warnings by officials to stay out of the water due to what may lurk underneath. 

Tropical Storm Barry Live Updates: Drenching Rains Still a Menace

Barry, now a tropical storm, is slowly moving northward over central Louisiana, and life-threatening flooding rains remain a primary threat, officials say.

Tropical Storm Live Updates: Barry’s Drenching Rains Still a Menace

Barry, now a tropical storm, is slowly moving northward over central Louisiana, and life-threatening flooding rains remain a primary threat, officials say.

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