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More education key to fighting misrepresentation of 'Gulf' shrimp, processors association says

Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:55
The American Shrimp Processors Association has responded to a study saying grocery stores and seafood markets often misrepresent the origins of the shrimp they sell.
School Board candidate says his campaign trailer sign was stolen
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:54
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - ? School Board District 2 Candidate Daniel Banguel says someone stole his trailer sign. “We should not have this type of vandalism and stolen property on a race like this. Ya know, it's really shows a lot about the folks we're running against,” said Banquel. The other candidate in the race for this seat is Incumbent Vereta Lee. She says she didn't take it. Lee says she has no use…
Vigil held for two girls killed while walking to school, another still in hospital
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:54
BREAUX BRIDGE, LA (WAFB) - A community is grieving the loss of two young girls. A candlelight vigil was held Thursday night in Breaux Bridge to remember the group of teenagers hit by a truck while walking to school Thursday morning. Two of them were killed – ages 14 and 15. A 13-year-old girl was seriously hurt and is in a Baton Rouge hospital. The mother of one of the victims says this whole ordeal…
After acquittal, judge orders release of accused killer
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:35
Attempts by Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro’s office to hold Irvin Darensbourg Sr. accountable for other alleged crimes despite his acquittal this year in the 2010 killing of a teenager appeared to fall flat this week. Retired Judge Dennis Waldron, who is sitting ad hoc over the case, on Wednesday tossed out the additional charges against Darensbourg related to the 7th Ward shooting that killed Trevon Tanner, 17, and wounded two others. Over objections…
Face-lift fit for a Voodoo princess
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:35
Tourists swilled beers, tour guides barked and the tomb of legendary Voodoo priestess Marie Laveau received a final touch-up Thursday as part of a group effort to restore the popular attraction to its original state. The tomb, which is in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 near Conti and Basin streets, has suffered from a one-two punch of vandalism and decay over the years. But $10,000 worth of repairs from a local restoration company have left…
St. Landry OKs new economic district
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:30
OPELOUSAS — The St. Landry Parish Council on Wednesday created a special economic district for commercial and residential projects south of Opelousas with plans to finance a $25 million event center. The Harry Guilbeau Area Economic District covers a 730-acre undeveloped tract of land along the Interstate 49 service road and Harry Guilbeau Road, a several mile, two-lane paved stretch of highway that connects I-49 with La. 182 about 4 miles south of the city.
Suspect in Four Corners killing arrested in Port Arthur
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:30
Suspect arrested in Oct. 8 shooting FOUR CORNERS —The suspect wanted in the Oct. 8 shooting death of a Four Corners man was arrested early Thursday by Port Arthur, Texas, police, officials said. Henderson Wesley was arrested on a warrant for second-degree murder in the killing of Ronald Chillis Jr., who was shot in the chest several times, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Traci Landry said. Chillis was shot at a home on Ronald…
Jindal’s Ebola stance criticized
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:30
The Jindal administration is telling scientists and medical experts who have recently dealt with the Ebola virus to stay away from a national conference that starts Sunday in New Orleans. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, which is staging the conference for more than 3,500 people from nearly 100 countries, is urging compliance by its members but criticizing the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and…
Krewe of Boo kicks off big Halloween weekend
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:25
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - A huge Halloween weekend in the city kicked off tonight in typical New Orleans fashion -- with a parade and plenty of wild costumes. "It's fun,” said Kathleen Spencer. “It's my first time at Krewe of Boo. I've missed it the last several years, and I'm glad to be here." With 15 large floats, more than 400 riders and lots of entertainment throughout, Krewe of Boo rolled through the Marigny,…
District Judge Division 1 race getting heated
Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:53
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The two candidates running for District Judge Division 1 are wasting no time attacking each other in their ads. "Mike Caldwell is relentlessly attacking me because I am shining a light on his record,” said Randy Piedrahita. "I have never seen a judicial race where it has been based with such rancor and tone - and as misleading as what's being put out by my opponent,” said Mike Caldwell.. Caldwell…
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