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Shreveport Purchasing Street Sweepers to Battle Litter Problem

The Shreveport City Council will formally consider today spending $600,000 on two street sweepers to target debris on arterial streets, highway ramps, intersections and medians.

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EPA Regulations Killing Ruston Peach Orchards

Joe Mitcham says his peach orchard near Ruston is the largest in Louisiana. And having been established by his family in 1946, it's certainly one of the oldest. But Mitcham says he'll be lucky to stay open a few more years...all because of EPA regulations.

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How Hot Could Louisiana Summers Be in 2100? Find Out Here

Louisiana summers are already blistering. Will they be even hotter in the year 2100?

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Atlantic Hurricane Season Starts June 1

Hurricane Season Officially kicks off today (6/1/14), and state officials are urging Louisianans to put their game plan in place now.

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Mayor Glover Talks Alternative Fuels at 2014 Louisiana Alternative Fuels Conference and Expo

Over the past few years, the City of Shreveport has added a number of CNG-fueled vehicles to its commercial fleet.

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It’s Berry-Pickin’ Time in the Ark-La-Tex

The wild blackberries, actually trailing dewberries, are ripe and ready for picking. You can find them along fences and in open fields throughout the area.

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New Report: Louisiana Highly Vulnerable to Sea Level Rise

According to a federal study, the state of Louisiana, along with the Southeast and Caribbean, is at risk from an increasing sea level.

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More Amazing ‘Exploding Whales’ Videos

One of our biggest stories last week was the one about the dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Canada, Trout River, Newfoundland, to be  precise. The point of the story was the growing concern that as the whale carcass deteriorated, gasses would build up inside the huge beast and it could, literally, explode!

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Watch this Video of an Exploding Whale

A dead whale is causing lots of concern in Trout River, Newfoundland.

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Louisiana Tech Will Return to Shell Eco-Marathon

A team of engineering and science students from Louisiana Tech University is preparing to compete, again, in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas. It's being held in Houston April 25-27.

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