Hurricane Gustav

  • Gustav floodingNew Orleans mayor: Please don't come home yet
    Anxious evacuees across the country clamored to come home Tuesday after their city was largely spared by Hurricane Gustav, but Mayor Ray Nagin warned they may have to wait a few days longer.September 2, 2008
  • Bush at  FEMABush heads to Texas as Gustav menaces
    As Hurricane Gustav threatens the Gulf Coast, President Bush is out to show the nation that his government has learned the haunting lessons of Katrina and is ready to act.September 1, 2008
  • Mixing a hurricaneA hardened few choose to stay and ride out Gustav
    While millions of people have evacuated the Gulf Coast, many stubbornly refused to go, even in places that were virtually wiped from the map by Katrina three years ago.September 1, 2008
  • Sense of dread in area where Gustav could make landfall
    People are largely without levees in the low-lying Louisiana bayou area where forecasters think Hurricane Gustav will make landfall.September 1, 2008
  • Gustav no longer expected to gain strength
    The National Hurricane Center says Gustav remains a Category 3 storm with top sustained winds near 115 mph as it roars in from the Gulf of Mexico.September 1, 2008
  • The Gulf Coast waits: Will it be another Katrina?
    With a historic evacuation of nearly 2 million people from the Louisiana coast complete, the nation waited to see if Hurricane Gustav would be another Katrina.August 31, 2008
  • Republican Convention suspends events
    It's opening day of the Republican National Convention, and it may be the last. With all eyes on Hurricane Gustav, a storm that could hit the Gulf Coast harder than Hurricane Katrina, Republicans are re-working their convention plans. As part of our special convention coverage, Gary Eichten broadcasts live from the Xcel Energy Center, the site of the Republican National Convention.Midday, August 31, 2008
  • As Gustav nears, New Orleans becomes a ghost town
    With Hurricane Gustav just a day away from a possible monster hit on New Orleans, the mayor Sunday pleaded with the last of its residents to get out and imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew on those who stay.August 31, 2008
  • Hurricane Gustav heads towards the coast
    As Hurricane Gustav churns through the Caribbean, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal put New Orleans residents on alert for possible evacuations and issued a precautionary disaster declaration. Midmorning examines the consequences of another hurricane three years after Katrina struck New Orleans.Midmorning, August 29, 2008

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