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May 16 12:00 AM
“We’re not seeing a spike in violent crime this year,” he said. “We’ve got less than 10 armed robberies that we’re working; that appears to be a little lower than what we were this time last year. We’ve had four homicides now. … We’re still working this double homicide.
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May 09 12:00 AM
Louisiana law states that a license plate’s numbers, letters and expiration sticker cannot be obstructed in any way, or else the driver can be pulled over and possibly cited. The plate on the left has the expiration sticker partially obscured, while the plate on the right has the state name partially covered.
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May 09 12:00 AM
“Really, we’re out there to make sure that other nations know we’re there but they don’t know where we’re at, and that makes them think twice about any actions they might take against us, knowing that we have the ability to strike back very rapidly from a location that they don’t know about.
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May 09 12:00 AM
Dardenne chose the newly renovated Municipal Auditorium as the setting for his visit to talk tourism. The Municipal was the venue which helped launch the careers of Elvis Presley and other musical giants, including Johnny Cash, Slim Whitman and Hank Williams.
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May 09 12:00 AM
Hidden History III, a combination walking and travel tour of some of downtown’s most historic sites, will be held that day with some of the city’s famous personages coming to life for one day only to give “first-hand accounts” of city life from the 1880s to the 1920s.
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May 09 12:00 AM
was not picked up. The stop he was standing at was not a bus stop. We only pick up at bus stops. He considered one of our bus operators racist because they did not pick up at the bus stop,” Washington said, adding that Chism called the driver names, uttered racial slurs and used inappropriate language.
Caddo News
May 02 12:00 AM
Liz Swaine (right), executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, checks out one of the available spaces in the Red River District with Laura Vanderbilt, who is bringing her Marshall, Texas, business, Haute Goat Creamery, to downtown Shreveport as one of the first Pop Up businesses to set up shop for two weeks in May.
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April 25 12:00 AM
“We were in Baton Rouge as recently as Monday arguing against the decriminalization of marijuana. That’s not acceptable. I don’t know what the rationale could be in thinking you’re making a safer community for your family and your children by saying drugs are OK.
News
April 25 12:00 AM
Winning comes as easily to Farmer as driving his big rig. He said this was his fifth first -place finish in six years in the state competition, and he has participated in the national championships several times, his best finish being 11th place in 2012.

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