BATON ROUGE- BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo has announced that Bozie, its 37-year-old female Asian elephant, will be soon be on the move.
Bozie will be placed on breeding loan to the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington D.C.
The National Zoo just completed a 7-year, $56 million project called... more »
MOBILE, Ala.- A disabled cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico is moving again toward the Alabama shore, after a towline broke and delayed the ship's slow journey, that's according to Coast Guard officials.
A new tugboat has been secured, allowing the Carnival Triumph to continue its way to... more »
BATON ROUGE - While workers put the finishing touches on East Laville Hall today, some LSU students got an early start on moving in.
More than 600 students will call the renovated dorm home this fall. Official LSU move-in day is set for tomorrow, but some students in the... more »
BATON ROUGE - One day after the East Baton Rouge Metro Council killed his nearly $800 million bond proposal, Mayor-President Kip Holden said the plan is moving forward but wouldn't elaborate how.
Nine of the 12 Council members voted to kill the proposal before it was to be discussed... more »
NEW ORLEANS - The 78-foot PT boat spent decades after World War II as a 60-foot Chesapeake Bay trawler. Years of work in a cramped warehouse restored its length.
On Wednesday, it was moved to the National World War II Museum's unfinished restoration pavilion.
PT-305 is among three... more »
BATON ROUGE – A fire at a garage apartment in north Baton Rouge is believed to have been intentionally set, according to investigators. The Baton Rouge Fire Department responded to 5636 North Foster Drive just after noon today, and said smoke was billowing out of the apartment when they arrived.... more »
A center where birds are cleaned of oil is moving about 100 miles inland to Hammond, La. Officials of the oil spill joint command center said the move will put the facility out of the coastal hurricane danger zone. Hammond is in Tangipahoa Parish, about 100 miles northwest of the... more »