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Caddo News
January 02 12:00 AM
On Monday morning, Tyler said, she spoke with the police chief about updates and what was happening within the city with crime. “At 7:20 (a.m.), we walked into the office and began going through plans from each department, just trying to make sure that we could get some idea of what every department was doing.
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December 27 12:00 AM
But for 13-year-old Logan Wilson of Plain Dealing, it has a much more ominous implication. Logan is stricken with what is called “Nutcracker Syndrome,” an extremely rare disorder in which the veins to his kidneys are compressing on the arteries — much like a nutcracker on a pecan — causing chronic pain that his doctors are struggling to manage.
Caddo News
December 27 12:00 AM
A year ago, Glover announced the kickoff of Bank On Shreveport as part of a nationwide initiative to assist city leaders to connect the unbanked and under-banked citizens of a community with mainstream financial services offered by banks and credit unions.
Bossier News
December 19 12:00 AM
The food drive is part of Operation Blessing, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office-sponsored program designed to help feed the needy in the parish. Operation Blessing is an ongoing, year-round endeavor, but it takes on a special meaning around the Christmas holiday.
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December 05 12:00 AM
A crowd of children were on hand to greet the jolly old elf with cheers as he disembarked from the fire truck. They then swarmed around the red-suited Santa, smothering him with hugs, which he accepted with glee, taking time to speak with some of them, asking them what they want for Christmas and if they have been good this year.
Caddo News
December 05 12:00 AM
“It’s about bringing awareness about HIV and AIDS to the world,” said Robert Darrow, executive director emeritus of the Philadelphia Center and a long-term HIV survivor. “It’s certainly a pandemic and not an epidemic. It’s a time to reflect on those we’ve lost and on the future.
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November 28 12:00 AM
Tubbs, the owner of ASAP Appliances, was arrested on Nov. 19 by the Louisiana State Police Insurance Fraud Unit for one count of insurance fraud. The arrest stemmed from an earlier investigation that revealed that Tubbs had allegedly filed a false bodily injury claim with his insurance company.

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