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September 08 06:30 AM
Hurricane Harvey has caused property owners along the Gulf and East Coasts to panic over projections of outrageous property flood insurance rates that, in some cases, could lead to increases of greater than 1,000 percent. Is there really a problem finding affordable flood insurance along America’s coasts? Yes, and a growing one.
August 11 06:58 AM
I never really understand all the different things that go along with it, such as the severe depression that follows a binge. This happens because your brain has naturally occurring chemicals called neurotransmitters that, when we get high, are overproduced.
August 11 06:58 AM
Year after year, Louisiana sits at the top of the list for the most expensive state in the nation for auto insurance. Insure.com just released a new study showing the Bayou State in a neck-and -neck race with Michigan to maintain its honor for average costs that tops $2,000 a year.
July 28 07:14 AM
It’s a poorly kept secret, which Mayor Ollie Tyler refuses to acknowledge, that Shreveport’s police are lowly paid in comparison to comparable cities. The continual shortage of police officers below the authorized number is due, no doubt, in part to the pay disparity.
July 28 07:14 AM
At first, Holly and I weren't together. But as usual we found ourselves in each other’s arms once again. Unfortunately, our reunion didn’t last long. She was jailed for dodging a drug test ordered by the juvenile court system. It hurts my heart to share this.
July 28 07:14 AM
Family destinations to the beach or the mountains were a regular and anticipated event. The last two weeks in August used to be a popular time for families to get away to the beach for a final summer fling. But not anymore. The American family vacation seems to be dying.

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