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Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover Announces A Town Hall Event

Mayor Cedric Glover will hold a town hall meeting Monday, October 10, to update residents on topics ranging from his proposal to secure more than $80 million for roadwork to the latest news on the I-49 inner-city connector project. 

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Shreveport Man Found Guilty of Attempted First-Degree Murder

A Caddo Parish jury has found a Shreveport man guilty of attempted first-degree murder for firing shots into a vehicle and seriously wounding one person. 23-year-old Darrell Thomas -- also known as "Main" -- was convicted of shooting into a vehicle occupied by two individuals in December 2010 in the parking lot of a business in the 2900 block of Milam

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James Mason Sentenced for November Drive-By Shooting Death

A man convicted of second-degree murder by a Caddo Parish jury earlier this month has been handed his sentence. James Edward Mason, Jr., has been sentenced to life in prison at hard labor, without benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence

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Saudi Arabian Women Granted the Right to Vote

King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia announced Sunday that women will now be permitted to vote and run for elected office. In addition, they will participate in the next session of the unelected, advisory Shura Council.

To American women, who’ve had the right to vote for nearly a century, the king’s proclamation may seem overdue and even quaint. In a country, however, where women still cannot drive cars and must have a male relative’s permission to travel abroad, hold a job or even undergo certain medical procedures, the announcement is momentous.

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Raleigh, NC Is the Best City to Live — Did Shreveport Make the Top 20?

The 377,487 residents of Raleigh, the state capital of  North Carolina, have something to cheer about as their city has been rated the number one city to live in the nation by Businessweek.com’s first-ever ranking of America’s Best Cities.

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James Mason’s Sentencing Postponed

Sentencing for James Edward Mason Junior has been postponed. Mason was scheduled for sentencing on a second-degree murder charge in Caddo District Court this morning, but his attorney was unable to be in court today

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‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy Comes to an End for the Military [VIDEO]

The policy known as “don’t ask, don’t tell,” which has been in place since the Clinton administration, became a thing of the past at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday when the United States became one of more than 40 countries worldwide allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly in the armed forces.

“They will no longer have to lie in order to help protect us,” said Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin in a statement. “The end of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ is an important victory not just for equality, but integrity.”

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Shreveport Man Convicted for 2009 Shooting Will Be Sentenced Next Week

A Shreveport man is awaiting sentencing -- after being convicted yesterday for a 2009 shooting incident that left three people wounded. Shamichael Tillman, who will be 27 next week, was found guilty by a Caddo Parish jury of one count of attempted second-degree murder, two counts of attempted manslaughter and one count of resisting an officer with force. He was on t

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Man Sues White Castle Over Booth Size

Normally a lawsuit involving a fast food chain and a patron has something to do with the food. In the case of Martin Kessman versus White Castle the main complaint by Mr. Kessman is that the restaurant’s booths aren’t big enough. Online Dish explains how his local White Castle repeatedly broke promises to make the booths at his local franchise bigger.

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Pot Smokers Are Less Likely to Be Obese Than Non-Smokers

People who smoke pot once a week are about 25 percent less likely to be obese than non-smokers.

According to a study by French researchers, marijuana smokers have a 16 percent rate of obeseity, whereas those who don’t partake enjoy a rate of obesity between 22 and 25 percent.

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