On April 15, the Bossier D.A.’s Office allowed Collier to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace. The alleged victim, Jacqueline Broad, 34, also pled guilty to disturbing the peace. She was represented in court by her attorney, Chris Victory.
Mayoral hopeful Richard Matthew Smith has lost his appeal challenging a trial court’s judgment declaring him ineligible to run for mayor of Springhill, La., According to the appellant court documents, On Aug. 22, 2014, Smith filed a notice of candidacy for the office of mayor of the City of Springhill, La.
As the opening of the 2014-15 deer season approaches, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is reminding hunters to make pre-hunt checks to ensure tree stand safety and use appropriate safety gear to reduce the chance of accidents in the field.
Law enforcement agencies are making use of a new law to keep firearms out of the hands of abusers. According to the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office, a Gheens man was charged this week with domestic abuse battery and possession of a firearm or carrying of a concealed weapon by a person convicted of domestic abuse battery.
Information gathered at the meeting will be used to compile a report to guide Louisiana’s tourism industry in continuing its recent record-breaking impact on the state and to identify how the Louisiana Office of Tourism can provide a partnership for success.
Richard claims Act 859, created by Senate Bill 294, is unconstitutional. He believes an unrelated amendment was attached to the bill without following constitutional procedures. That amendment would allow a retirement pay increase for only two Louisiana state troopers.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation (LWFF) and the Resources First Foundation (RFF) announced Thursday that the Louisiana Conservation Connection (LCC) is now available for landowners to use as a resource for information on land management.
Hopefully, the Shreveport voters will do what the Louisiana Judiciary Commission has failed to do: remove Shreveport City Judge Sheva Sims from the judicial bench. Terrell Myles qualified to run against Sims for Shreveport City Court, Division D; Sims is seeking re-election after serving her first (partial) term on the bench.
Europe has, it appears, fully embraced secularism. Churches there, for the most part, are museums. Will our churches eventually be museums, too? The future is not looking so good for Christianity in America, but, with God involved, there is still hope..
Our daughter was killed in an auto accident. She was hit from behind by an individual driving at a high rate of speed. The collision was so severe it caused my daughter’s vehicle to roll over two times. Witnesses stated the individual was exhibiting DUI tendencies.