Strong thunderstorm, torrential rain affecting Livingston and River Parishes until 6:15 p.m. Wednesday

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 18:02 Written by
A strong thunderstorm will affect portions of Livingston, St. James, St. John the Baptist and Ascension parishes until 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, according to a special weather statement issued by the Slidell office of the National Weather Service. At 5:33 p.m.
EMS responds to growing number of heat illnesses - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports, Social
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:58 Written by
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - The rising temperatures during the summer have some calling EMS for help because of heat-related illnesses. In May, New Orleans EMS workers responded to 11 calls for heat problems, but the number rose to 25 calls in June. Experts warn people who may be working outside to watch for certain symptoms that may be signs of heat stroke, including nausea and stomach cramps. "Avoid the hottest parts of the day,…
Shell moves forward its largest Gulf platform
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:55 Written by
Royal Dutch Shell plc has greenlighted the Appomattox deepwater development, a project that will include building the company’s eighth and largest deepwater platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell did not release cost estimates for the project, which lies about 80 miles off Louisiana’s coast in 7,200 feet of water. The platform will produce from two fields, Appomattox and Vicksburg, with peak daily production estimated at the equivalent of 175,000 barrels of oil.
Obama seeks boost from health care ruling
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:54 Written by
A new path to remember Mickey Shunick
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:53 Written by
Mickey Shunick was the Lafayette native and University of Louisiana student who was abducted and murdered while riding her bicycle home in the early hours of the morning three years ago. Her abduction rallied thousands of Acadiana residents together to assist in search efforts. Today, her name lives on with memorials around the city. The ghost bike has been in place for a little over a year now, it’s a place where friends, family and
'Apprentice' winner Leeza Gibbons sells estate once owned by early film star Al Jolson
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:53 Written by
Television talk-show host Leeza Gibbons, who won presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” earlier this year, has sold the Al Jolson estate in Encino for $5.77 million. She and the late singer-actor-songwriter Jolson are not the only former owners to come from the entertainment industry. Actors Charlie Sheen and Katey Sagal also make the list. CaptionHot Property | Al
Bobby Jindal signs bill allowing enforcement of turtle-excluder provisions
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:51 Written by
Gov. Bobby Jindal signed a bill Wednesday (July 1) repealing a 1987 state law that prohibited Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents from enforcing federal turtle-excluder device regulations. The repeal legislation, which the Louisiana House approved last month 100-0,
Indiana Church of Cannabis attracts congregants, protesters
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:45 Written by
INDIANAPOLIS — More than 100 people packed a pot-smoking Indianapolis church for a music-filled service without their illegal sacrament Wednesday, days after authorities threatened arrests if the congregation lit up during the rites. Participants in the inaugural service of the
Geek Squad Academy
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:44 Written by
Best Buy's Geek Squad Academy has partnered with Alice Harte Charter School for a two-day technology immersion camp to inspire young people ages 10-18 to get involved with technology through interactive classes and activities. The Geek Squad Academy summer camp
Peas in guacamole? No go, says President Obama in 'health care' twitter chat
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 17:38 Written by
Peas in guacamole? President Obama waded into his Twitter Q&A session on the state of this country’s health care with this paramount slice of opinionated rhetoric – peas do NOT belong in the Commander in Chief’s guac, no matter what the New York Times has to say. Joked the Washington Post: “America’s politicians take courageous, bipartisan stand against peas in guacamole.” Obama dipped into the guacamole cogitation after the Times shockingly suggested that the green,
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