CMT Casting will be in central Louisiana April 24 through May 1, and interested parties who are unable to attend open casting on April 27 can register at www.cmt casting.com at any time to be eligible..
Walking upon the travel lanes of a highway, especially at night, is dangerous and should be avoided. A majority of pedestrian fatalities, nearly 70 percent, occur at night. Pedestrians are encouraged to wear light-colored clothing and reflective materials and to carry a flashlight at night.
Shreveport police investigators need the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect who used a possibly stolen credit card to purchase items at a convenience store on Monkhouse Drive early Tuesday morning..
Data from nearby states reveals that coastal homeowner insurance claims are actually less than claims made by inland homeowners. So Rep. Chris Leopold (R-Belle Chasse) wants Louisiana insurance companies to file their losses and premiums by zip code and parish, as well as their number of policies in each area.
According to evidence presented at the guilty plea on Dec. 10, 2013, Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies learned in February 2012 that 34-year-old Randy A. Powell, who is a registered sex offender, was maintaining social media accounts under an alias, which is a violation of his sec offender registration requirements.
As part of an LHSC statewide campaign to keep young drivers safe during this season of proms, graduations and end-of-school celebrations, the department’s DWI Task Force is focusing its patrols during the month of April on targeting motorists under the age of 21 who choose to drink and drive.
“All of our work for the Institute for Global Outreach is done in Third World countries,” Tarver said. “What we’re basically doing is creating awareness to global suffering as well as providing resources to individuals who are in dire need of support.”.
“We originally had an audit by the Department of Justice for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessibilities in our buildings, and of course, in 1929, when this building was built, there weren’t guidelines on accessibility in public facilities. And the Municipal Auditorium certainly had some challenges.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2001 Ford F-150 driven by 54-year-old Joseph Hendrix of Shreveport was attempting to enter the highway from a private drive and pulled directly in front of a 2013 Mack tractor-trailer driven by 56- year-old Arnold Fitzgerald of Teneha, Texas.
Just after 4:30 a.m. Shreveport police were called to the 5300 Monkhouse Drive in reference to reports that gunshots had been fired in a parking lot crowded with spectators. When officers arrived on the scene, it was learned that between 150 and 200 people were loitering on the parking lot when several gunshots rang out.