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Receives EEI Awards for Responding to Gustav, Ike and Assisting Two Other Utilities NEW ORLEANS, March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Entergy Corporation accepted two national awards Wednesday for its work restoring power after hurricanes Gustav and Ike and for helping two utilities recover from severe weather.
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By LIAM CHRISTOPHER HURRICANE Gustav crashed into a mainly-deserted US Gulf coast and delivered only a glancing blow to New Orleans as it weakened and headed inland.
From wire reports NEW ORLEANS With a historic evacuation of 1.9 million people from the Louisiana coast complete, gun-toting police and National Guardsmen stood watch as rain started to fall on this city's empty streets Sunday night - as the nation waited to see if Hurricane Gustav would be another Katrina.
By Stacey Plaisance and Becky Bohrer Associated Press NEW ORLEANS -- With a historic evacuation of nearly 2 million people from the Louisiana coast complete, gun-toting police and National Guardsmen stood watch as rain started to fall on this city's empty streets Sunday night -- and even presidential politics took a back seat as the nation waited to see if Hurricane Gustav would be another Katrina.
Tropical Storm Gustav appears to be headed for the Gulf of Mexico on the third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's deadly strike on New Orleans.
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