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Mardi Gras 2014 may be a few weeks away, but Carnival season has already begun in New Orleans, with brightly colored parades throughout the city and much more to come.
Ford is idling a plant in Belgium because of the parts shortage caused by the earthquake in Japan.
General Motors will resume regular production at its pickup plant in Shreveport, Louisiana, on Monday.
Monroe, La.-based AIMS Inc., a specialist in automated information management softwaer for the wholesale petroleum distribution industry, announced an agreement with Dearborn-based Teraeon Consulting Corp. to develop next-generation customer information portals for petroleum marketers
An oil platform exploded and caught fire Thursday off the Louisiana coast, sending its 13 crew members into the ocean, where they waited until they were rescued.
On Sunday, President Obama is expected to travel to New Orleans to help mark the fifth anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina disaster.
Courtesy of CBS News Weekend Roundup: Five Years After Hurricane Katrina we’ll hear from Reporter Dave Cohen on the second disaster to rock the Gulf region, the BP oil spill. August Skamenca reports on those […]
The new claims facility for damages from the Gulf oil spill begins operations today and the man who will run it says payouts will be more generous than from any court.
Louisiana shrimpers have more than the usual worries as they hit the water today for the opening of shrimp season.