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    Twelve years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, leaders in Plaquemines Parish broke ground Friday on a new multi-million dollar state-of-the-art public library in Port Sulphur. 


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    Hurricane season is here and all it takes is one severe storm to damage your home in a disaster.


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    Hurricane Beryl forms in the Atlantic Friday morning

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    Barrow's Catfish is back in business


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    With all the recovery milestones reached in the 13 years since Hurricane Katrina, one missed opportunity stands out: Charity Hospital.


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     There's a new spot in New Orleans that is said to be haunted by a Hurricane Katrina victim.  You may remember a burger joint called "Charcoal's" in the Irish Channel which said they were haunted.


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    Life after Hurricane Katrina, 13 years later in Shell Beach


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    The evening before the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's arrival and devastation along the gulf coast, people attended a pair of events that were inspired by the storm, its recovery and legacy.


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    A volunteer group from Washington state, 360NOLA, continues to give back to New Orleans. They’ve been visiting the city since forming in 2009 to help rebuild homes damaged from Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters.


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    13 years ago New Orleans was underwater.  Businesses were forced to shut down because of Hurricane Katrina.  The true New Orleans way is to come back and come back stronger. Today on the Katrina anniversary, News with a Twist Reporter Kenny Lopez went to visit some of the very first businesses to reopen after the hurricane hit.


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    Katrina Memorial in Waveland, Mississippi


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    New Orleanians probably know Chris Rose’s name from reading his legendary work in The Times-Picayune, or maybe his New York Times best-selling book of columns with gripping coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.


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    Mandey Brown survived Hurricane Katrina in 2005, so she knows what it’s like to lose everything to a massive storm.

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