The owners of Pepp's Pub estimate they lost $30,000 in Hurricane Ida. They told Insider about the last night before the storm and the bar's reopening.
The man complained of back and neck injuries after his alleged fall. He later "admitted to fabricating the entire event," police said.
As of Saturday afternoon, roughly 469,000 households across the state still lacked power, including 138,000 in New Orleans.
An instantly recognizable 1969 Dodge Charger, symbolic of the hit Dukes of Hazzard series, was destroyed at John Schneider's Louisiana studios.
Before causing deadly flooding in the Northeast, Hurricane Ida left swaths of New Orleans without power and spilled oil in the Gulf.
Precious Stephens, 25, faces charges of malfeasance in office and interfering with an emergency communication, the New Orleans Police Department said.
The heat index was 108 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday. The governor said residents who evacuated because of Hurricane Ida shouldn't come back yet.
The city most-affected in the state is Baton Rouge, where more than half of gas stations are without fuel, according to GasBuddy data.
So far, the storm has claimed at least four lives: two people in Louisiana and two people in Mississippi.
More than a million people were left without power after Hurricane Ida hit the US Gulf Coast as a Category 4 storm on Sunday, 16 years after Katrina.
The 71-year-old man was attacked by the gator at around noon on Monday outside his home in the city of Slidell, officials said.
Tens of thousands of people who evacuated now find themselves unable to return home as the region deals with ongoing flooding and power outages.
Over 1 million are without power after Hurricane Ida made landfall on August 29. The Category 4 storm was one of the most intense to ever hit the US.
Ochsner Health's CEO said Monday morning that many of its facilities sustained water damage from the hurricane. Two of its hospitals were evacuated.
Power is out in the entire city after the storm made landfall Sunday, tearing through New Orleans and the surrounding areas.
New Orleans safety officials told residents to go to their nearest fire station or try to find a police officer for help as Hurricane Ida moved inland.
The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office confirmed that a person died when a tree fell on a house near Baton Rouge, Louisiana.