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September 04 02:31 PM
The first case comes from Springfield, Mo. On Aug. 2, Ashley Miller was walking outside at her local Wal-Mart store when an old acquaintance drove by. When the driver saw Ms. Miller, she waved at him and asked if he would give her a ride. He agreed; after all, they knew each other.
September 04 05:56 AM
Sgt. Barrett Lovell, who works in the Corrections Division of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia with MDS in October 2014 and received multiple chemotherapy treatments and blood transfusions. He also had a stem cell transplant.
September 04 05:56 AM
The results are in for 2015, and it comes as no surprise that Louisiana continues to lead the nation in having the highest automobile insurance rates. A new study, just released by the Bankrate Group, “ranked all 50 states according to a number of factors that determined where it’s the.
August 28 06:51 AM
The first report comes from our neighboring state, Texas, from the fine city of San Antonio. On Tuesday, Aug. 18, Valentin Renko, 25, and Karen Lee, 31, were arrested in connection with a scheme involving the sex trafficking of a minor child, according to Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs of the FBI’s San Antonio Division.
August 28 06:51 AM
Just as most Americans remember where they were on 9/11, those of us living on the Gulf Coast remember the fear and concern that enveloped our region 10 years ago this week. A lady named Katrina changed many of our lives.
August 21 06:30 AM
This first case is truly difficult to believe, and to read (and write), and comes from Spokane County, Wash., in the great Northwest. A search warrant was filed on July 15, after Travis A. Joy, 45, moved out of a house where he had been living in Elk, Wash.
August 21 06:29 AM
Just like an outstanding employee with a large company who gets promptly promoted, elected officials who prove their worth by good statesmanship and exemplary representation of their constituency can almost always expect involved citizens to push them to run for a higher officerand for good reason.
August 21 06:29 AM
There’s always been a disconnect between the accolades LSU gives itself for academic achievement and the bottom line results that come from national rankings. Louisiana’s flagship rarely cracks the top 100 universities in the U.S., with a majority of SEC schools outperforming LSU year after year.

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