Gov. Edwards continued, “That is why I will be working with multiple agencies and departments to establish a collaborative approach to caring for children and families in Louisiana. I am very grateful for the work done by this committee and look forward to a brighter future for all Louisianans.
I don't want to mince words – Louisiana is in a budget crisis. After eight years of dishonest budgeting, our state is facing a $750 million shortfall for this fiscal year and an expected $1.9 billion shortfall for the next fiscal year. This is the largest budget deficit in the history of our state.
Luke Jarrod Hust, 29, was sentenced by 4th District Court Judge Scott Leehy to three life sentences in prison without the benefit of parole for two counts of attempted first -degree murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
with Mr. Angel’s blessing. Those photographs along with the sworn testimony of Mr. Todd presented a genuine issue of material fact that there was an unfinished stairwell and landing that did present a danger to invites and that did cause Mrs. Todd’s injury.
Roy Arlen Van Nortrick, 42, was found guilty of charges that he repeatedly sexually abused the two victims, both under age 13 at the time, in 2009 and 2010. The five-woman, seven-man jury returned the guilty verdict at 7:34 p.m., 57 minutes after retiring from District Judge Brady O'Callaghan's courtroom.
Upon arrival, patrolmen learned 41-year-old Dave Delaney was struck by a blunt object multiple times in the upper body. The Shreveport Fire Department arrived on the scene and transported Delaney to the University Health Hospital in the 1500 block of Kings Highway with life-threatening injuries.
Just before 2 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21, Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to the Discount Tobacco Outlet in the 2300 block of Line Avenue to a reported armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned a male suspect allegedly robbed the store with a handgun and took an undisclosed amount of money from the cash register.