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Three Men Admit to Defrauding Louisiana Casinos out of Thousands

Three Asian-American men have pled guilty to federal charges of using counterfeit credit cards to fraudulently obtain funds from at least four Louisiana casinos -- to the tune of more than $100-thousand!

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Shreveport Man Convicted of Manslaughter

A Caddo Parish jury deliberated just under an hour before convicting 22-year-old Deangilo White for the June, 2009, shooting death of Kevin Powell. That shooting occurred after a fight outside a residence in the 700 block of Bringhurst.

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Family Awarded $63 Million from Johnson and Johnsons

A Massachusetts family is awarded $63 million dollars after their 7-year old daughter suffered a severe reaction to Children’s Motrin.

It happened when the little girl was just seven years old, nearly 10 years ago. She had a fever and was given the version of ibuprofen made by dru

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Caddo DA’s Office Won’t Charge Officers Involved in DeEric Bailey Shooting Death

The Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office has completed its review of the officer-involved shooting death of DeEric Bailey. And according to the details, the officers acted appropriately in a dangerous situation.

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State Hunts Deadbeat Parents from Shreveport Bossier

Louisiana has hundreds of deadbeat parents who owe thousands of dollars in back child support. The search for the deadbeats has gone high tech over the past 5 years, but many of them still get away with paying nothing for their children.

Here are some of the top deadbeats from Northwest Louisiana and the little information the state has about them.

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Two Shreveport Men Convicted of Murder

It took a Caddo Parish jury just over an hour to convict two 20-year-old men of second-degree murder for the April 2009 shooting death of 15-year-old Terrell Savore.

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Caddo District Attorney’s Most Notable Convictions of 2012

Caddo Parish D.A. releases list of most notable convictions of 2012.

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Is America Doing Enough For Those With Mental Illnesses?

Mental illness is becoming a bigger topic of discussion following the gun control debate.  710 KEEL spoke with Louisiana Congressman Bill Cassidy about the status of mental healthcare in America, where he says the federal government's role in the system is a detriment to the health of the patients and to those who care for the people who suffer from these diseases.  This comes after the nation began to close down large mental health asylums in the 1960s.  Tho

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Haughton, La. Deacon Paul Holmes Charged with Videotaping Teenage Girls Served Civil Lawsuit

Cameras in the bathroom. Cameras on his shoes. Church deacon Paul Holmes of Haughton and his wife are being sued by the parents of three teenage girls after it was discovered he had placed cameras in his bathroom to record them during church-related sleepovers at his home.

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Court Documents: Boyd, Roberson, Bunch, et al. vs. Holmes & Holmes

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