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November 04 06:51 AM
Trey Joseph Frederick, who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of taking a whooping crane under the Endangered Species Act in May, was sentenced by a federal magistrate in Beaumont, Texas. In addition to probation and the fine, Frederick, 19, is prohibited from possessing firearms and cannot hunt or fish in the United States for five years.
November 04 06:51 AM
— The Justice Department announced that it has reached a settlement agreement with Louisiana Tech University to ensure that black students have access to the high-quality education programs at the A.E. Phillips Laboratory School, a K-8 public school operated by Louisiana Tech on its campus in Lincoln Parish.
November 04 06:51 AM
LDAF enforcement agents re ceived a complaint from a landowner in August regarding Foster. An investigation revealed that Foster provided the landowner with false scale tickets and pocketed a portion of the actual proceeds and profit from the sale of timber.
October 28 06:25 AM
“As a Marine combat veteran, Oliver understands the challenges our nation faces from terrorist organizations and will have a seat on the Armed Services Committee to make critical decisions regarding our military and protecting Barksdale and Ft. Polk from the threat of closure.
October 21 06:29 AM
BATON ROUGE, La.— In its continued effort to promote safety for traveling motorists, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is highlighting the benefits of roundabouts with a nearly three-week safety campaign that will run from October 10 to 28.
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