BATON ROUGE, La. - A new series on Animal Plant will follow Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) agents as they patrol the state.
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WASHINGTON – Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) today introduced the Vessel Response Plan Improvement Act in the wake of the Seacor Power tragedy, in w…
WASHINGTON – Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., urged Wednesday Acting Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Benjamin Freidman to relax regulations that are hurting recovery efforts for missing crewmen from the Seacor Power disaster. Kennedy's letter comes after the Seacor Power, a commercial lift boat, capsized in the Gulf of Mexico on April 13 with 19 crewmembers on board.
GRAND ISLE, La - The United Cajun Navy tells us that they are collecting sympathy cards and letters to all the families of the men of the Seacor Power.
LOREAUVILLE — High winds. High water. High hopes.
The recent — and ongoing — Seacor Power lift boat tragedy south of Port Fourchon in the Gulf of Mexico is a reminder that though President Bid…
Seven of the 19 crew members who were aboard the capsized Seacor Power vessel remain unaccounted for as of Friday, and the wife of one has filed a lawsuit against the company.
PORT FOURCHON, La. — A sixth body has been recovered from the wreckage of the SEACOR Power in the Gulf of Mexico as divers continue to search for the dwindling number of missing crewmembers who were on the liftboat when it capsized last week.
Divers discovered the body of the sixth victim from the Seacor Power capsizing last week on Tuesday, according to the Lafourche Parish Coroner…
The U.S. Coast Guard will suspend its search and rescue operations in the wake of the Seacor Power capsizing effective at sunset today.