Thursday, April 24 2014 7:36 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:36:25 GMT
The Bossier Parish School Board voted Thursday afternoon to save the district $2 million, which will speed up their school building plan. The board voted to sell $25 million worth of bonds this afternoon,More >>
The Bossier Parish School Board voted Thursday afternoon to save the district $2 million, which will speed up their school building plan.More >>
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -
A photo that has been shared nearly 4,000 times in about four days can be called viral. That is what happened with a photo taken by a photographer in Louisiana.
The day before Katie Young and James Lowder were to be married, the photographer Quinn Miller decided to have a dinosaur attack the wedding party. A T-Rex running the wedding party out of the reception is do-able.... right?
The bride and groom were on board and with some good sports in the wedding party and some Photoshop magic, the image that Quinn Miller created will be one the new family and their friends will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Quinn Miller is a senior at LSU, majoring in Digital Art. He posted the image to his photography Facebook page on Monday, and the shares on that page alone are nearing the 4,000 mark.
The bride, Katie Young of St. Francisville, LA, just graduated from LSU with her masters in teaching. She has accepted a teaching job in Metairie.
The groom, James Lowder of Shreveport, LA, just received his undergrad in Biology from LSU. He will go to dental school in the fall in New Orleans.
In one photo Miller shared, the groom is wearing part of the Mike the Tiger mascot costume. Miller said "It is
tradition to keep it a secret while you are a mascot, but then team members
wear parts of the costumes when they graduate."
The couple is now on their honeymoon.
The wedding took place in St. Francisville, LA at The Myrtles Plantation on May 26.
Miller shared more photos of the couple... without the T-Rex. Congratulations to the couple and a big Thank you to Quinn Miller for sharing the pictures and the story.
Thursday, April 24 2014 2:50 PM EDT2014-04-24 18:50:03 GMT
A Marion County waste-to-power plant was reportedly converting medical waste, including human tissue and possibly aborted fetuses, into power.That report prompted Marion County commissioners to scheduleMore >>
A Marion County waste-to-power plant was reportedly converting medical waste, including human tissue and possibly aborted fetuses, into power.More >>
A pedestrian explains to KSLA News 12 the temptation to avoid a busy Shreveport crosswalk and instead use a popular shortcut, used dozens of times a day. But, that's exactly the spot that turned into a tragic accident on Thursday.More >>
Wednesday, April 23 2014 4:28 PM EDT2014-04-23 20:28:26 GMT
Pranks can be mean-spirited and cruel. Not this one. Parents of this youngster have decided to make his childhood just a little more magical. Take a look. Please feel free to try and trick your childrenMore >>
Click here to watch the adorable trick parents played on their little one, and to hear his jocular response.More >>
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