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April 15 07:30 AM
Sanders said. “There was a total of 18 workers (involved). There were 12 patients that were treated, both on scene and in Willis-Knighton.” Two patients were transported to University Health. All workers were ultimately accounted for..
April 15 07:30 AM
Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker has revisited the issue regarding the city’s policy on alcohol testing for city employees and as a result, has decided the city will maintain its zero tolerance position on the matter. Mayor Walker made the announcement at this week’s Bossier City Council agenda meeting.
April 15 07:30 AM
Recipients have reported receiving text messages requesting they call a 504 phone number, which then plays a voice message asking their name, Social Security number, date of birth and other details. Louisiana Medicaid will never request identifying details, including a Social Security number, via a text or voice message.
April 15 07:30 AM
On Friday, April 15, at 8:30 a.m., on the BPSPIL campus, located at 1841 Swan Lake in Bossier City, multiple agencies will work with students to demonstrate the possible fatal consequences of impaired driving and the dangers of not using seat belts.
April 15 07:30 AM
“And we can either approve it or deny it,” he said. “If we deny it, then nCourt gets back in touch with the defendant and gets all the pertinent information or tells them what the exact money amount is, in case there’s additional charges they didn’t know about.
April 15 07:30 AM
Upon arrival, patrolmen learned 34- year-old Alicia Woods had been shot multiple times in the upper body. The Shreveport Fire Department arrived on the scene and transported Woods to University Health Hospital in the 1500 block of Kings Highway with lifethreatening injuries.
April 15 07:30 AM
Brain Wallace, 35, with a last-known address in the 6200 block of East Texas St. in Bossier City, has an active warrant by Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives for simple burglary, forgery and theft from his parents’ residence in the 100 block of Reba Lane in Haughton.
April 15 07:30 AM
On April 5, Bossier City police responded to a disturbance call at the Horseshoe Casino in which a man, later identified as 40-yearold Travis Lane Hough, got upset with a poker dealer and challenged him to a fight. Hough then left the casino and went to the main entrance, were he challenged other employees to fight as they made contact.

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