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April 15 07:30 AM
Latrenton D. Washington, 28, of Shreveport, pleaded guilty last Friday, April 8, before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote to one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drugtrafficking crime.
April 15 07:30 AM
Winners of the Lottery’s draw-style games must claim their prizes within 180 days of the drawing. After prizes have passed their redemptive deadlines, they are deposited into the Lottery’s unclaimed prize fund, which by law is returned to players in the form of increased payouts on scratch-off games and player promotions.
April 08 07:38 AM
The following is the statement: “I know that there’s a great deal of interest in the activity of today, and we’re pleased to have this opportunity to provide you information and give you a chance to ask questions of Bill on this call. And I thank all of you for following this work and following our economic news.
April 08 07:38 AM
with 75 percent strongly favoring limits. Democrats, 79 percent, with 64 percent strongly in favor. Independents, 77 percent, with 59 percent strongly in favor. African- Americans, 79 percent, with 63 percent strongly in favor. Whites, 87 percent, with 70 percent strongly in favor.
April 08 07:38 AM
downgrade of Louisiana’s left us. We had hoped needed to avoid another tunately, some members of the legislature refused lize our budget. We will lenges before us, and I the next special session the legislature will come together in the spirit of the following statement on today’s Fitch Ratings credit rating:.
April 01 07:37 AM
Feliciana Parish; Jared C. Browning, 36, of St. Francisville, cited in West Feliciana Parish; William J. Anderson, 37, of Clinton, cited in East Feliciana Parish; Kim Costello, 49, of Chalmette, cited in St. Helena Parish; Jewel Armstrong Jr., 59, of Gilbert, cited in Jackson Parish;.
April 01 07:37 AM
“As a father, husband of a schoolteacher and governor of Louisiana, I am committed to improving education for all children in Louisiana. Your editorial, “Back to Bad Schools in the Bayou,” (March 19) gets it wrong. I reject the notion that supporting our dedicated classroom teachers is at odds with improving the education our children receive.
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