A fireball passed by the Louisiana sky at 7:00 in the morning yesterday surprising eyewitnesses.
Residents of Louisiana have been advised by the St. Tammany Parish government to avoid the water of the Bogue Chitto River at all costs. This warning comes after a 6 million gallon sewage spill that occurred Friday. Officials are currently testing and monitoring the water.
The oil spill at Louisiana’s Bay Long continues with coast guards having recovered more than 6,000 gallons of oily water. Apart from oily water, workers have also captured and treated more than 200 birds caught in the oil spill.
The massive Louisiana flooding took six people while hundreds of pets were rescued from homes. About 566 animals were saved early Monday.
At long last, Louisiana governor signs legislation allowing state to enforce turtle-escape devices in commercial shrimp boat nets.
A group of 14 young whooping cranes have been restored to their native marshes of southwest Louisiana, as part of an ongoing effort to help this endangered bird recover to its once abundant levels.
An astonishing new study claims that hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the category-5 storms that hammered New Orleans in 2005, may have been responsible for up to half of all recorded stillbirths in the city's worst hit areas. Housing displacement due to the storms' aftermath is also in part to blame.