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WAFB: Oil prices begin to affect some jobs in Louisiana

WAFB reports: NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) The plummeting price of a barrel of oil is starting to affect the livelihoods of people in Louisiana. There have been a few hundred or so that have been laid off, said Don Briggs, president of the ... Louisiana Oil and Gas Association, 1 week ago
WAFB: Low gas prices means big trouble for oil and gas companies Louisiana Oil and Gas Association, 1 month ago

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My Zoo

Donna Douglas, Elly May Clampett on The Beverly Hillbillies, Dies at 81. Series Was an Immediate Hit When it Debuted in 1962, Quickly Becoming the Most Popular Show on TV. 60 Million Viewers a Week

Family members say Donna Douglas passed away at the age of 81, according to a report on the website of Raycom's WAFB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The story adds, Douglas was an actress, best known for her role as Elly May Clampett, the only daughter ...
 TV Week3 weeks ago Beverly Hillbillies star dead at 81  My Zoo3 weeks ago Star who played Elly May dies  CNN3 weeks ago Elly May  CNN3 weeks ago

Exxon worker loses legs

A CONTRACTOR at ExxonMobil's Baton Rouge refinery lost both his legs during the regular course of operations, TV station WAFB has reported the oil major as saying. You are not logged in or not authorised to view this page. Get Your FREE 30 Day ...
 PetroleumNews.net1 month ago Man loses legs in Exxon Baton Rouge refinery incident: local media  Town Hall1 month ago

Influential Women in Business Winners: 1997-2014

1997 Diane Allen, Diane Allen and Associates Madlyn B. Bagner, State Department of Social Services Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, Lieutenant governor Mary Kay Brown, Public service for schools Carolyn Woodfin Carnahan, Woodfin-Pontiac ...
 Greater Baton Rouge Business Report1 week ago

People 1.06.15

The Atlantic has named Leon Wieseltier contributing editor at critic, writing for both the magazine and its web site. Wieseltier joins from The New Republic, where he was literary editor for 31 years. He was one of TNR's dozens of staffers who quit ...
 Media Life Magazine3 weeks ago
Houston Chronicle

LSU's Chavis in line for job to fix A&M's defense

John Chavis, football coach COLLEGE STATION - Texas A&M has been trying to get LSU's attention as its alleged new rival in the Southeastern Conference. The Aggies apparently have finally done so in dramatic fashion - based on a bold move off the ...
 Houston Chronicle3 weeks ago
Irish Mirror

This Bride Re-Taught Herself To Walk For Her Wedding

Walking down the aisle is one of the most tender moments for both the bride and groom, but for this couple, it was nothing short of miraculous. Katie Breland Hughes, a personal trainer from Bogalusa, La., re-taught herself to walk for her wedding ...
 Huffington Post Canada4 weeks ago Paralysed bride stuns family by WALKING down the aisle  Irish Mirror2 months ago Bride left paralyzed in car crash defied odds and WALKED to meet her groom  Capital Bay2 months ago

Police investigating cop for choking and body slamming man filming arrest

The Baton Rouge Police Department is investigating a claim by a Virginia man who reported he was choked and slammed to the ground by an officer while filming an arrest, after surveillance video showed officers lied in their incident report, ...
 Sott.net4 weeks ago

Local humanitarian wins $500 for good deeds, $500 for charity

) Terrell Lewis, a Louisiana humanitarian, was selected as the winner of Pelican State Credit Union's Pay It Forward Contest, which encouraged the public to perform good deeds that benefit others. Lewis received $500 for himself and $500 to donate ...
 Credit Union Insight4 weeks ago
Capital Bay

CCTV appears to show 22-year-old being thrown to the ground for using his cell phone to film police officers making an arrest outside a Christmas Party

Daniel Clements from Virginia was visiting a friend in Baton Rouge, Louisiana when he saw the officers The former student then took his cell phone out to film the events An officer notices his him, takes away the phone and appears to grab him ...
 Capital Bay4 weeks ago
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