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By Melinda Deslatte, Kim Chandler, Associated Press
Toppled utility poles and debris from damaged buildings litter much of Grand Isle, Louisiana, a vulnerable barrier island community where residents were among the first to witness the ferocity of Hurricane Zeta.
By Matthew Hinton, Kevin McGill, Associated Press
Hurricane Zeta has come and gone, but residents across the South are still digging out from the Category 2 storm that made landfall in Louisiana before racing northeast and out to sea.
By Jeff Amy, Kevin McGill, Associated Press
A fast-moving Zeta weakened to a tropical storm as it barreled northeast Thursday morning after ripping through Louisiana and Mississippi where storm-weary residents were advised to stay indoors overnight while officials assessed the havoc the storm had wrought.
By Rebecca Santana, Kevin McGill, Associated Press
The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Zeta has crashed ashore in storm-weary Louisiana as a powerful Category 2 storm, striking the latest blow of an extraordinarily busy Atlantic tropical storm season.
By Kevin McGill, Rebecca Santana, Stacey Plaisance, Associated Press
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