President Barack Obama has canceled his campaign trip to Cleveland for Labor Day, and instead will tour areas affected by Hurricane Isaac.
CLEVELAND - As Isaac wreaks havoc on the Gulf Coast Wednesday, the seventh anniversary of Katrina, New Orleans residents are giving a greater picture of the storm through social media.
Isaac has weakened to a tropical storm but continues to produce heavy rains, flooding and isolated tornadoes.
Isaac has weakened to a tropical depression after drenching southeast Louisiana and causing flooding.
Isaac dropped unrelenting rain Thursday, flooding areas north and south of New Orleans, and officials had to scramble to evacuate and rescue people as waters quickly rose.
Isaac's whistling winds lashed this city and the storm dumped nearly a foot of rain on its desolate streets, but the system of levee pumps, walls and gates appeared to withstand one of the stiffest challenges yet.
Volunteers recall what may be needed after helping during Hurricane Katrina's destruction seven years ago. Cleveland Red Cross sends dozens of volunteers to southern states hit by Tropical Storm Isaac.
Isaac will move towards northern Ohio this weekend, bringing us soaking rains.
Louisiana and Mississippi officials conducted search-and-rescue missions Wednesday for residents stranded by Tropical Storm Isaac, which flooded highways and homes and pushed water over the top of a vital levee.
An Akron man, who lived through Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is watching Tropical Storm Isaac closely and praying that his relatives in the New Orleans area are safe.
As Isaac wreaks havoc on the Gulf Coast Wednesday, the seventh anniversary of Katrina, New Orleans residents are giving a greater picture of the storm through social media.