Natural gas has stopped flowing from a well that has been ablaze in the Gulf of Mexico and remaining small flames are from gas still in the pipe, regulators said Thursday.

Baton Rouge-based collegiate clothing store comes to Main Street in River Ranch.
richardbuswellOwner of Bowman Investment Group and Curious Goods pleads guilty to conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance analogue and wire fraud involving an investment scheme that defrauded local clients of millions.

The oil and gas industry has cost Louisiana hundreds of acres of coastal land that serve as a natural buffer against flooding from hurricanes, officials in charge of New Orleans-area flood protection say in a lawsuit seeking to hold dozens of companies responsible.

Transocean is appealing a federal court order enforcing a subpoena of the documents by the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.


Top50_CarouselBank and law firm cosponsor Aug. 28 luncheon featuring Advocate Publisher John Georges as keynote speaker.

Demolition is under way of the former Super Taco Buffet on Johnston Street, which has played host to a bevy of restaurants over the years, including a Western Sizzlin’ Steak House and a number of failed buffet concepts like the El Dorado Taco Buffet.


Healthy takeout concept to open on Jefferson Street mid-August in former Pane & Vino location.

Company officials and Gov. Bobby Jindal announced the plans Monday, saying the plant will create 20 jobs averaging $32,000 a year plus benefits.

dan-juneaujpg-eb4c61b2822a1a42Gov. Bobby Jindal has backpedaled on changes his predecessor made in the oversight of local assessors who decide property taxes, the head of a powerful state business organization said Friday.

Louisiana's unemployment rate rose to 7 percent in June, climbing for the sixth straight month as labor figures suggested a pause in economic growth.

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