Firefighters from the Ruston Fire Department underwent Hazardous Material Training Wednesday at Coastal Chemical Company under the auspices of officials from the LSU Fire and Emergency Training Institute. Pictured are firefighters undergoing a simulated decontamination. The drill had firefighters patch a hole in a ruptured tank leaking chemicals before they practiced decontamination.
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The Ruston Police Department is investigating the death of a Ruston woman.
Deputy Chief Clint Williams said officers responded to a call Wednesday afternoon on Courtney Avenue regarding a deceased person.
“Upon the officer’s arrival, they located a deceased black female, later identified as Danielle Wilson, 20, inside the residence,” Williams said. “Investigators with the Criminal Investigations Division immediately responded and began a follow-up investigation.
“Investigators conducted interviews throughout the night as well as collected evidence from the residence.”
The American Institute of Graphic Arts design exhibit was unveiled at Louisiana Tech University’s School of Art on Oct. 26.
Jes Schrom, SOA gallery coordinator and assistant professor of art, said AIGA, a professional association for design, supports designers by providing industry information, inspiration and representation.