Earlier today, a series of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms bulldozed through southern Louisiana, leaving devastation in their wake. East New Orleans, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina 12 years ago, experienced major damage as a result, including NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility. Early reports from NASA…
Our friend and editor of the renowned Combat Aircraft Monthly, Jamie Hunter, recently took to the skies The Big Easy in an F-15D with the 122nd Fighter Squadron. As you can see, the photographic results of his adventure are stunning.
Most of us don’t think much of the weather statements that meteorologists from the National Weather Service make every single day. Until there’s a natural disaster, of course. But a forecast issued as Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf states ten years ago today made history for its eloquence—and changed the way…
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of the week again: Friday is here, and that means it’s time for Letters to Doug, the weekly column where you write in with an automotive query and I reply with tremendously questionable advice.
For self-driving cars to work safely, we need better maps—much better maps. These maps will not only need to know where the roads are. They'll need to show real-time details as general as traffic patterns and as specific the number of inches to the curb. They'll also need to cover millions of miles worth of road.
Why hello there. Please sit down. Yes, take a sip of that brandy. The fireside is quite nice this time of year. And it's a perfect place to watch this most gentlemanly review of that most gentlemanly of Ferraris, the 456 GT.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
Paramedics from the New Orleans Emergency Medical Services darted into Quicky's convenience store to help a man who appeared to be having a heart attack. While they were working to save the man's life a Quicky's employee quickly attached a parking boot to their ambulance.
It was a commute to remember; an unusual boat appeared near the Lake Ponchartrain Causeway last Wednesday, bringing traffic to a crawl.
A massive crash has stopped traffic in both directions on Interstate 10 northeast of downtown New Orleans. Two fatalities have been reported; 22 victims are being treated at area hospitals and 37 others were apparently injured but did not require care.
Six Flags New Orleans (formerly known as Jazzland) was completely flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Almost six years later, it remains closed, a victim of both humans and the elements. Here are some photos of what it looks like these days.
A family in a Toyota Sienna minivan were driving down a New Orleans street this weekend when a single-engined plane suddenly appeared in front of them. Unable to dodge the low-flying Piper's wings the two collided. Quick, someone call the Farmer's insurance university professor guy.
We began the week with a Porsche, so it seems only fitting that Nice Price or Crack Pipe end it with one as well. This one's a N'awlins' 911, and you might find its price is ripe for a Louisiana purchase.
This car was photographed five years ago on this day, half-submerged into the ground of the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans.
This is Jennifer Gille. Early Sunday, the 29-year-old hailed a cab in New Orleans, then tried to order a ride home to Michigan. When the cabbie refused, she stripped naked and stole the cab. No beads for her!
The LeMons race season has entered a particularly crazy stretch, due to the break triggered by Chief Perp Lamm's wedding, and so we have races on back-to-back weekends. Here are the results from last weekend's New Orleans event.