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More Northwest Louisiana Red Cross Volunteers Deployed to Help with Irene Aftermath

For the third time in a week, volunteers from the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the American Red Cross are deploying to help with Hurricane Irene recovery efforts. This morning, Rob Blackmon of Shreveport and Rick van Loon of Ruston flew out of Monroe, headed to Tinton Falls, New Jersey

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More Local Red Cross Volunteers Deployed to Virginia

Two more volunteers from the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the American Red Cross are headed to Richmond, Virginia, to work as Client Casework Supervisors. Jean Lanier and Lisa Marie Griffin, both of Bossier City, left late yesterday afternoon to join three other volunteers from our area who deployed from Shreveport and Monroe last week

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Hurricane Irene Hits East Coast Of U.S. [PHOTOS]

The remnants of Irene reached Canada Monday after barreling through the northeastern United States where the storm claimed at least 18 lives and caused estimated economic damage of up to $7 billion.

Millions of people were without power along the East Coast after the huge storm -- now downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone -- passed over the Big Apple and headed for Canada.

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Irene Stinks! Watch News Correspondent Get Covered in Raw Sewage [VIDEO]

Whenever natural disasters strike, news stations often send out a few poor saps to report from the scene. With Hurricane Irene, we typically saw wind-whipped, rain-soaked correspondents in various locations talking about the storm’s fury.

But if there’s an award for Most Deserving of Hazard Pay, it has to go to Washington, DC Fox affiliate WTTG’s Tucker Barnes.

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Hurricane Irene Set to Wreak Havoc Along Eastern Seaboard [VIDEO]

Much of eastern United States is getting ready for the arrival of Hurricane Irene. More than 50 million people live in the projected path of the Category 2 storm, which is expected to make landfall along North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Friday.

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