At a ceremony Tuesday at the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association Office in Baton Rouge, two new firearm safety trailers were unveiled. The trailers will be used as part of the Louisiana Law Enforcement Gun Safety Program to teach firearm safety to children at area schools.
With help from Hoogland’s Nursery, members of Shreveport Public Assembly and Recreation (SPAR) created the 10x22-foot grassy space graced with potted plants outside of 616 Texas St., the site of the second Pop-Up Project, which kicked off Monday for a two-week run.
The City Council this week adopted changes to the system following several months of strategic discussions by the Board of Directors of the Employee Retirement System. During those months, the board presented several proposals at employee meetings and received valuable feedback on ways to revamp the system.
All six Shreveport mayoral candidates have confirmed their attendance at the PACE 2014 Shreveport Mayoral Forum. Anna Marie Arpino, Sam Jenkins, Victoria Provenza, Melvin Slack, Ollie Tyler, and Patrick Williams will all be participating in a “Question and Answer” session open to the public on Sunday, Sept.
The Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to help facilitate the effective closure of a private landfill that has long been a source of complaints by Shreveport residents concerned about the smoke and fumes spewed by the underground fires that have burned at the site for years.
Taylor is a black female who is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds. She has a pierced tongue along with “Faith” tattooed on her left side of her chest and “Beautiful” tattooed on one thigh..
Shreveport police investigators launched a subsequent investigation. Images from the crime have been released in efforts to identify and ultimately apprehend the person responsible for the crime. The video can be viewed online at http://youtu. be/2eciCadWj8E.
Louisiana State Police and the Louisiana Passenger Safety Task Force will be conducting free child safety seat check events across Louisiana this Saturday, Sept. 20, in order to reduce the number of children injured and killed in motor vehicle crashes.