British Petroleum executives are heading to the White House as more bad news emerges.
New estimates have more than 100 million gallons of oil polluting the ocean, 42 million more than originally predicted.
Oil continues to spew in the ocean since the rig exploded 50 days ago.
Locals and tourists are doing their best to not let the crude get them down, but the spill is making it's presence known more each day.
The talk of the top 28 basketball tournament leaving Lafayette is still on the mind's of many with it moving to Shreveport.
The Cajundome will host next year's competition for the final time after 14 years of success.
By Governor's Office of Homeland Security (GOHSEP)
BATON ROUGE (June 6, 2010) - Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Secretary Robert Barham announced the following action in a portion of the Barataria Basin in Plaquemines parish effective sunset today, June 6, 2010, due to oil