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October 28 06:25 AM
A .82-mills tax up for renewal is designated for constructing, equipping and maintaining the services of the health unit in Bossier Parish. The 10- year renewal would raise an estimated $802,200 annually, and that figure supports more than just the health unit.
October 28 06:25 AM
Just after 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Shreveport police officers received information via an anonymous tip that 24-year-old Kenyetta Brown was present at a home located in the 1500 block of Poland Street. After receiving the information, authorities arrived at the residence and at that time located Brown.
October 28 06:25 AM
Detectives were assigned to the case and opened an investigation. Following the lengthy investigation, a suspect, identified as Jamal L. Henderson, 29, of Mansfield, was identified and asked to come in for an interview with detectives..
October 28 06:25 AM
The quiet morning was instantly interrupted with the staccato sound of gunfire as the two men mowed down a line of people standing outside the front door of the civic center. Several people fell either wounded or dead, including one of the gunmen from an officer’s weapon.
October 28 06:25 AM
Shreveport police and other local emergency personnel responded to the incident, which is being investigated as a workplace accident by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)..
October 28 06:25 AM
Upon officers' arrival, it was learned several shell casings had been discovered expended in the roadway after suspects fired multiple rounds at a man who was walking nearby..
October 28 06:25 AM
A man and a woman wanted on criminal charges for passing multiple counterfeit checks at local businesses were arrested on drug charges last Thursday, Oct. 20, by the Ozark County Sheriff’s Office in Gainesville, Mo.
October 28 06:25 AM
Phillips was arrested for theft of goods, resisting an officer, taking contraband (the stolen T-shirt) to a penal institution and obstruction of justice (for trying to flush the stolen T- shirt down the toilet). She was also booked on a bench warrant for failing to appear in Bossier City Court on a previous and unrelated theft charge.
October 28 06:25 AM
Candidate Steve Umling, 51, has been employed by the Caddo Parish School Board for 17 years, and he has lived in Blanchard for 16 years. He currently serves as a town alderman and is the owner of Tire Crew, LLC, Umling Brothers Construction CO., B&S Guns, and B&S Ag Vehicles.

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