WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Justice Department and U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that the Bossier City Housing Authority (BCHA) has agreed to pay $120,000 and adopt new policies and practices to settle a lawsuit alleging that it discriminated on the basis of race and disability in violation of the Fair Housing Act.
The people that I made the deal with did nothing but lie to me and my family. I was told that if I would give them four cold-case murders — and they specified the ones — that my son would be out of prison by June of 2014. I asked the then-District Attorney Charles Scott in prison at Angola if this was true, and he told me that it was.
Michael Deen Reeves, 58, and Crissy Lawson Reeves, 37, of Castor, La., and who are married, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote. Michael Reeves pleaded guilty to one count of manufacturing an unregistered firearm, and Crissy Reeves pleaded guilty to one count of transferring an unregistered firearm.
BATON ROUGE, La. – First Lady Donna Edwards and Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Dr. Chuck Carr Brown proudly unveiled Louisiana’s first anti-litter amongst throngs of environmental enthusiasts gathered for the Keep Louisiana Beautiful annual state conference last Thursday at the Galvez Conference Center.
Transforming pumpkins into cleverly carved creations is a Halloween tradition. Each October, glowing pumpkins take up residence near doorsteps and porches, adding to the magical ambiance of the season. Young and old spend time designing their themes and then taking knife to pumpkin to achieve the desired effects.
The event will feature an open tasting menu including small-batch bourbons by Thrifty Liquor, a commemorative tasting glass, charbroiled oysters and grilled meats by Rhino Coffee, and beer by Great Raft Brewing. Cigars by M.A.’s Smokehouse will also be available for purchase.
“We’re excited to welcome prospective students and families to campus for our fall open house,” said Lauren Carlton, associated director of admission at Centenary. “Our open house is a perfect opportunity for seniors to visit campus and qualify for our campus visit scholarship while learning about all that Centenary has to offer.
Using wood, aluminum and found objects, Sewell glues, nails and embellishes to create intricate and amazing sculptures that illustrate the lives, loves and human hardships of the people he meets every day. “It’s What You Make of It” promises to be an exhibition to rival Westminster’s best in show beginning Thursday, Oct.
When asked if there were any drugs in the vehicle, the suspect said no. The officer asked if he could look for drugs in the car, and the suspect said, “Go ahead.” The officer opened the center console and saw a Newport pack with plastic inside of it. The plastic bag contained approximately a quarter-gram of suspected meth in rock form.