A summary of the latest situations in each state.
(CNN) -- Many areas are still dealing with flooding from Isaac, which made landfall Tuesday night as a Category 1 hurricane. As the system moves into the Midwest, Gulf states are cleaning up and getting back to business.
A summary of the latest situations in each state:
-- The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said it had rescued 1,537 people as of Thursday morning.
-- Louisiana announced mandatory evacuations for low-lying areas along the Tangipahoa River.
-- New Orleans and Terrebonne Parish both lifted curfews Thursday.
-- The National Guard will distribute water, ice and field ration meals at three locations in New Orleans.
-- New Orleans airport should open Friday, the city said.
-- The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority of Louisiana cut into a levee to help water drain from the Braithwaite and Scarsdale communities.
-- Tulane University has canceled classes for the rest of the week and will resume on Tuesday after Labor Day, according to the university's website.
-- Classes at Louisiana State University, in Baton Rouge, will resume Friday, the school said on its website.
-- More than 736,000 customers are without power, according to utility companies.
-- State government offices will be closed in 16 southeastern parishes Friday.
-- New Orleans City Hall will reopen Tuesday.
-- The U.S. Geological Survey said the Mississippi River flowed backward for nearly 24 hours on Tuesday.
-- Fifty-six parishes have issued emergency declarations.
-- Seven parishes announced mandatory evacuations in their jurisdictions.
-- Some bus routes opened but streetcar service in New Orleans, and Amtrak and Greyhound service to and from the city, have been shut down.
-- President Barack Obama signed a disaster declaration for the state Thursday and federal aid is on the way.
-- The Federal Emergency Management Agency is in charge of recovery operations, and more than 5,000 National Guard troops have been activated.
-- Most oil production platforms and drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico remain shut.
-- Cargo terminals within the Port of New Orleans have suspended operations.
-- Portions of the Intracoastal Waterway, Port Allen Route and the Atchafalaya River are open to commercial traffic, but the Coast Guard said: "All other waterways affected by Isaac are considered closed."
-- The Coast Guard said it had rescued 17 people and two pets as of Thursday.
-- The Texas A&M-Louisiana Tech football game, originally scheduled for Thursday in Shreveport, has been postponed until October 13.
-- Coast Guard air crews searched for a missing person who had been using a personal watercraft off the coast of Pensacola.
-- Isaac caused minor damage as it skirted South Florida.
-- Thirty members of the Florida National Guard were activated, the governor's office said.
-- A tow truck driver was killed after being struck by a falling tree as he was clearing debris off the road.
-- Mississippi announced mandatory evacuations for low-lying areas along the Tangipahoa River.
-- Thirty-one shelters remained open, housing more than 2,100 people.
-- All low-lying areas in Hancock County are flooding, according to local emergency management officials
-- There is "quite a bit of flooding" in Pass Christian, Harrison County emergency management said.
-- More than 76,000 customers are without power, according to utility companies.
-- More than 160 electric workers from Georgia were helping with power issues.
-- Two gas station owners were arrested and accused of price gouging. The attorney general's office said it has received almost 160 calls related to gas price complaints.
-- The president signed a disaster declaration for Mississippi on Thursday and ordered federal aid.
-- Thirty-four counties are federal disaster areas, according to the office of emergency management.
-- Residents can call 211 for information on shelters, assistance and transportation.
-- Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in parts of Hancock and Jackson counties.
-- About 1,500 National Guard troops have been deployed.
-- Gulfport authorities ordered the port cleared of cargo vessels.
-- The Department of Environmental Quality asked residents to report any sightings of oil or oily material to 1-800-424-8802.
-- There are 780 customers without power, according to Alabama Power.
-- Forecasters are warning of gusty winds and additional rain.
-- More than 800 people remain in shelters, emergency management officials say.
-- Gov. Robert Bentley ordered an evacuation of parts of Baldwin and Mobile counties.
-- A number of roads remain closed in coastal communities, officials say.
-- More than 13,100 customers were without power.
-- Some areas may get as much as 8 inches of rain but most will see 3 to 6 inches.