BATON ROUGE- People are keeping a close eye on the sky, trying to spot an escaped bald eagle.
The eagle got free Wednesday, when zoo keepers startled it and it was able to fly out of its cage.
Into the second day of its freedom, people began to... more »
BATON ROUGE - Zoo workers spent their Independence Day searching for an escaped bald eagle in Baton Rouge.
A spokesperson for the BREC Zoo said they were investigating several tips called in since the bird's escape on Wednesday.
The zoo said the bald eagle escaped while its exhibit... more »
GEISMAR - State Police confirmed one person has died after a massive chemical plant explosion in Geismar this morning.
They made the announcement just before 1 p.m. near the Williams Olefins plant on La. 30, where an explosion and fire broke out around 8:30 a.m.
An LSP spokesperson... more »
GEISMAR - Emergency responders says dozens of people have been taken to local hospitals for injuries after a chemical plant explosion this morning in Ascension Parish.
Acadian Ambulance said they transported 47 patients via ambulance and buses to hospitals for treatment, and airlifted 13 to local hospitals and burn... more »
BATON ROUGE - Even though the doors are shut, people who paid money to Powerhouse Gym in Baton Rouge are having a hard time getting them to stop taking their money.
After months of delays and a very limited opening at the end of December, the gym's owners agreed... more »
An administrator for BP claims says it hasn't reimbursed leaders in a Florida Panhandle county for about $75,000 in expenses because it doesn't have the county's phone number.
A recent letter the Delaware-based claims administrator sent to the county states that the company doesn't have a working number for... more »