After Ida, New Orleans Residents Find A Source Of Hope: The ‘Hurricane Station’

At the radio station that also remained on air through Katrina, hosts are sleeping in the office to broadcast round-the-clock. For many people in this powerless city, it’s a lifeline.


WFMZ Photographer Records Himself Rescuing Teenagers In Flooded Car


Gray Stations Partner With Salvation Army For Hurricane Ida Relief

Hurricane Ida Crushes ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ General Lee Car


Former WDSU Reporter Turns A Lens On His Ida-Flooded Neighborhood

Hurricane Ida Takes Toll On Broadcasting, Cable

As of Monday, over 350,000 cable subscribers were without service in the path of Hurricane Ida, with 338,115 of those in Louisiana, where the category four storm made landfall with sustained winds of 150 mph. On the broadcast side, two TV stations reported being out of service, WGNO and WNOL, both in New Orleans.

NBC News Reporter Covering Hurricane Ida Faces Off With Angry Passerby: ‘Lot Of Crazy Out There’


Unmanned Cameras Capture Hurricane Ida’s Fury

Al Roker Has A Message For ‘Young Punks’ Tweeting About His Hurricane Coverage: ‘I Will Drop Them Like A Bag Of Dirt!’

WGNO Staff Rushed Out Of Control Room As Ida Rips Away Part Of Roof

Producers and directors were forced to evacuate their control room at Nexstar’s New Orleans ABC affiliate WGNO on Sunday night. Reporter Chris Welty tweeted a photo where people could see straight through the damaged roof and into the sky (above). Also on Twitter, Meteorologist Brooke Laizer described parts of the ceiling as coming down inside the weather center.