Earlier this week, the agency said that only people with damaged homes would qualify.
We spoke with the Lake Charles-raised author about her debut short story collection, Last One Out Shut Off the Lights.
Hurricanes, a winter storm, and spring floods have left low-income Gulf Coast residents exhausted and cash strapped before this year’s season, with no significant aid in sight.
Local officials are working to inform the public while still recovering from 2020’s record-breaking season—all on tight budgets.
A state program aims to make COVID-19 vaccinations accessible to residents of southwest Louisiana, where vaccine rates are low and people are displaced.
New USPS data tells a story about climate change and displacement.
This story was originally published by The Current. Pillows are in short supply at the Lafayette warehouse operated by the Acadiana Regional Coalition on Homelessness and Housing. But not pillowcases. Workers with ARCH have gathered and stocked home necessities for dozens of families delivered into stable housing after months-long stints in otherwise vacant hotels and […]