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A Story of Resilience

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans shares its resiliency initiatives Living with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina—and the specter […]

3/3/2015 | Read Story »

New Orleans leads way in tech jobs for women

When it comes to the number of women working in the tech sector, New Orleans is second in the country. […]

3/2/2015 | Read Story »

Confronting the enemy below: hydrologists float plan to keep water in city

At almost any time, the sky over a New Orleans neighborhood can quickly change from blue to black as a […]

3/2/2015 | Read Story »

Executive order could make building in N.O. ‘impossible,’ some say

“This is bigger than Biggert Waters,” said Michael Hecht, president and CEO of GNO Inc. Hecht is talking about the […]

2/26/2015 | Read Story »

Viking River Cruises names New Orleans its North American home port

Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday that Viking River Cruises, the world’s largest luxury river cruise company, has chosen the Port […]

2/24/2015 | Read Story »

Gulf of Mexico energy industry humming despite low oil prices, could see drilling lull in coming years

Deflated oil prices are forcing companies to shut down drilling rigs in North Dakota and Texas, taking jobs with them […]

2/9/2015 | Read Story »

New Orleans gets direct flights to Panama City

Copa Airlines of Panama will be launching service to that Central American country’s capital city from Louis Armstrong International Airport […]

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New Orleans airport announces new non-stop flight to Panama

Copa Airlines announced Thursday that it will begin offering non-stop service four times a week between New Orleans and Panama […]

2/5/2015 | Read Story »