La. Spillway Opens To Divert Mississippi River

National Public Radio: The Army Corps of Engineers began opening Louisiana's Morganza spillway on Saturday in an attempt to spare New Orleans and Baton Rouge from massive flooding. That move will send almost a third of the water in the Mississippi River spilling out into massive swaths of Cajun country in the next few days. Host Guy Raz gets the latest from NPR's Greg Allen, who's at the spillway. From NPR News, this is WEEKENDS on ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. I'm Guy Raz. Our cover story today, saving New Orleans and......

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