Several locals who ran the 2013 Boston Marathon are reported to be unharmed. Of the 10 Shreveport and Bossier City natives who actually started (12 were registered), we've heard that many, including Wallace Robertson and Jeff Thomas, finished the race prior to the explosions and were not injured. Four of the Shreveport runners, however, currently only have halfway times listed by the Boston Athletic Association.
A 7-second video uploaded to YouTube appears to show footage of one of the blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon. The video was filmed from the sidewalk near a street marathon runners and catches a huge explosive sound and smoke plume that shocks the crowd.
In an opinion handed down by Shreveport's Second Circuit Court of Appeal on Wednesday (April 10), convicted rapist Rick Seaton will remain in prison and not see a retrial. The court has upheld his prior conviction and sentence.
Though he employs a fake Russian accent for the popular guns and explosives videos he uploads to YouTube, Kyle Myers (AKA FPSRussia) was on the receiving end of some very real and especially unwanted attention this week.
Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives carried out a raid on properties owned by Myers and his family on Tuesday.
Public outrage hit a fever pitch last week when it was discovered that $8,000 worth of deer meat donated by hunters to feed the homeless was destroyed by the State Department of Health and Hospitals. However, local politicians have delivered a quick response and a promise: this won't happen again.
Louisiana State Representative Jeff Thompson (R-Bossier City) held a press conference on Monday (Feb. 25) to discuss how Louisiana will handle hunters' donations in the future and how the destroyed venison will be replaced.
One day after we reported the news that the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital had destroyed $8,000 worth of deer meat that was donated by hunters to feed homeless citizens, the group has released a statement defending their decision.
The Louisiana Hayride is celebrating 65 years of music, family and fun with an amazing concert and film experience on February 23. The legendary Louisiana Hayride Band featuring Maggie Warwick and other north Louisiana music legends wi
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