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June 13 09:52 AM
HB 1025 by Rep. Neil Abramson, HB 569 by Rep. Julie Stokes, HB 1105 by Rep. Valerie Hodges and HB 1262 by Rep. Barry Ivey will help ensure criminals are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and that victims of human trafficking are identified and protected.
June 13 09:52 AM
When he was not performing, he could be found on the Cane River and other fishing spots in the Natchitoches and Northwest Louisiana area. The plant manager, Ken Johnson, said that Natchitoches was chosen as the location for the business because “it is the land of the Cane River and an excellent fishing place.
June 13 09:52 AM
Using sunlamp products such as tanning beds or tanning booths increases the risk of skin damage, skin cancer and eye injury, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and numerous other health organizations. A particularly dangerous result is melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer.
June 06 12:43 PM
Whether it’s to cut down on the number of calories they consume or any of a variety of other reasons, some people use sugar substitutes – also called high-intensity sweeteners – to sweeten and add flavor to their foods. They can be used alone to sweeten foods and beverages such as iced tea or coffee, or as an ingredient in other products.
June 06 12:43 PM
BATON ROUGE, La. — Motor vehicle offices across the state of Louisiana have implemented and installed devices that allow citizens to pay their fees utilizing debit cards, credit cards and e- checks. This enhancement provides convenience and is currently functional in all motor vehicle offices across the state.
June 06 12:43 PM
ATC agents conduct compliance checks throughout the year to ensure establishments that sell or serve alcohol and tobacco are conducting business in accordance with state laws. Throughout the summer months, ATC agents will greatly increase the number of random compliance checks at alcohol and tobacco retail outlets statewide.
June 06 12:43 PM
At about 6:01 a.m. Tuesday, Louisiana State Police Troop G troopers responded to the crash. The preliminary investigation revealed that a 1992 Dodge truck driven by 60-year-old David Sudds Jr. lost control of his vehicle and exited the right side of the roadway.
May 30 10:16 AM
Callahan actually received more than $55,000 for a personal injury claim eight months before her latest bankruptcy filing. Instead of paying her creditors, she provided gifts during the Christmas season and gambling trips to casinos to her family..

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