June 5, 2007
Reported by KPLC Staff
Yesterday's storms caused a power outage at CITGO which in turn caused some flaring. A CITGO spokesperson tells 7News that there was an S-O-2 emission which they say is not dangerous.
The emission does smell bad and they did close down some non-essential worksites as a precaution. However, CITGO says it conducted air quality tests and they are in constant communication with the DEQ.
13-year-old Alyssa Jones was hit by a car when she tried to cross the street to board her school bus Friday morning. She was airlifted to a Lafayette General Hospital in critical condition. Monday her family said she is starting to feel better, but the past weekend has been a difficult one for Alyssa. With multiple broken bones and surgeries, Alyssa's family knows she's tough enough to pull through. "With everything that I saw... I thought we were going...More >>
August of 2011, Amy Tonguis made a frantic call to 911 after her husband, Benjamin Tonguis, found their 9-day-old in the freezer. Originally, police say Amy told investigators she must have done it. But, as questioning went on, police say the parents pointed the blame at each other.More >>
It's been nearly a year since a young teacher at Lagrange High School was arrested under suspicion of inappropriately touching a student. Charges have since been rejected, but 32 year old Raymond Johnson says he’s still suffering the consequences. Johnson loved his job teaching at Lagrange High School. But then he was arrested after allegations of indecent behavior with a juvenile, which he says are not true. Johnson's life changed dramatically... "Last...More >>
The District attorney's office has released Amy Tonguis' 911 phone call, reporting that she found her baby in a freezer. Tristan Tonguis, a 9-day old baby, died from being in the freezer. Amy and Benjamin Tonguis, the baby's father, blamed each other for the death. To this day, the case remains unsolved. Copyright 2018 KPLC. All rights reserved.More >>