High winds moved across north Louisiana
NEW ORLEANS - A line of severe thunderstorms packing high winds moved across north Louisiana, causing damage to several homes and downing trees and power lines. No injuries have been reported.
The National Weather Service says most of the damage occurred along the Interstate 20 corridor late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
A tree fell on a home in Union Parish and winds caused damage to a home and barn in West Carroll Parish.
Trees are down in Caddo, Bossier, Webster, Bienville, Lincoln, Jackson, Ouachita, Morehouse and Richland parishes.
The weather service says trees took down power lines in several of those parishes.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
First US-approved vaccine to go to healthcare workers, nursing home patients
Bipartisan effort to roll out pandemic relief bill could help millions of...
Family puts Christmas tree on LSU lakes in hopes of bringing community...
Live surveillance system in Sherwood Forest neighborhood feeds straight to police
Giving Tuesday kicks off with '225 Give' campaign to support local nonprofits
LSU loses its wide receiver shortly before game against Crimson Tide
Port Allen advances to 2nd round after huge win over Pine
U High has no problems with Evangel Christian in first round
Belaire making 1st playoff appearance in 17 years Friday
Southeastern women blow out Alcorn State on opening day of college basketball...