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Louis DeLuca was drenched. Two of the Dallas Morning News photographer's three lenses had fogged over from the rain and humidity.
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Twelve years ago today, a curse named Katrina lashed New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. More than 1,800 people died.
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The Poynter Institute announced Monday that its new president will be Neil Brown, the editor and vice president of The Tampa Bay Times.
While they've been out covering flooding from Hurricane Harvey in Houston, photographers have gone way beyond capturing video and still images.