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Get storm information from the Red Cross

The Red Cross of Central Louisiana wants to remind people of their hurricane safety checklist. There are also links to the hurricane apps on their website as well as updates from the Red Cross.

Hurricane Isaac 11:00 a.m. Video Update

Hurricane Isaac continues to push across South Louisiana with the eye of the storm currently sitting around the Houma/Thibodaux area. The slow-moving storm is pushing at roughly 6 mph.

Hurricane Isaac 9:30 a.m. Video Update

Here's the latest update from Hurricane Isaac from WVLA-TV Meteorologist Kyle Myers. Watch the video link above.

Officials responding to stranded residents in Plaquemines Parish levee overtopping

Plaquemines Parish officials are coordinating with officials from St.

CLECO reports power outages in Louisiana

As the path of Hurricane Isaac shifts, Cleco Power is starting to experience tropical storm force winds in its Southern District while weather conditions continue to deteriorate in St. Tammany Parish.

Isaac Update from Baton Rouge

Meteorologist Kyle Myers and reporter Rachel Rollar from sister station WVLA-TV are reporting in Baton Rouge, where the wind gusts are getting greater and the rain is beginning to fall.

CLECO updates power outages

As the path of Hurricane Isaac shifts, Cleco Power is starting to experience tropical storm force winds in its Southern District while weather conditions continue to deteriorate in St. Tammany Parish.

Hurricane Isaac 6:00 a.m. update

The impacts from Hurricane Isaac will be felt all day for those in South Louisiana as the storm inches very slowly onshore. The current track will have Isaac heading over Terrebonne Parish heading northwest at 8 miles per hour.

Isaac Update from New Orleans

Reporter Neeha Curtis from our sister station, WVLA-TV in Baton Rouge, is in New Orleans on Canal Street, where Isaac is drenching the city with its downpours. 

Nearly 3,000 in shelters across Louisiana

As of this evening, there were an estimated 2,937 people in shelters across the state.