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More Louisiana West Nile Cases Confirmed

State health officials have confirmed three more cases of West Nile virus in Louisiana this week. The Department of Health and Hospitals says that brings the total number of cases confirmed in our state this year to 34.

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Motorists Disregard Sirens and Horns During Shreveport Fire Station’s 9-11 Observation

All 22 of Shreveport's Fire Stations, by order of Fire Chief Craig Mulford, paid tribute in the same way at the same time today to the 343 New York City firefighters, 23 New York City police officers, and the more than 2800 innocent people who lost their lives on or because of 9-11. But you won't believe what I saw during one of these observances.

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2013 Patriot Award Winners
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Tragedy Response Big Topic at 2013 Patriot Awards

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce held their 2013 Patriot Awards at the Bossier Civic Center today to honor local emergency personnel and members of the military for their hard and quality work that keeps our community safe.

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Shreveport-Bossier Families Get Geared Up for Super Safety Saturday

Super Safety Saturday is coming back around again. The Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier is holding its fourth annual event at Sheriff's Safety Town from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday, September 21st

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Let’s Use September 11th To Honor Our Law Enforcement [Op-Ed]

It is the 12th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.  A lot has changed.  We've fought two wars, along with the generic War of Terror, introduced new surveillance programs, and have gone into further debt as a nation.

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Louie the Lightning Bug Electrical Safety Program Headed to Shreveport-Bossier Schools

Generations of students have learned all about electricity - thanks to a friendly yellow insect. Louie the Lightning Bug will begin making appearances soon at schools all over the region.

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Bossier City Police Investigating Womans Death After Her Car Apparently Ran Her Over
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Half of Bossier Police Crashes Were the Cop’s Fault

The Times reports that Bossier City police officers and employees were at fault in more than half of the crashes involving their vehicles since 2011.

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Louisiana Confirms First West Nile Death of 2013

State health officials have confirmed Louisiana's first West Nile virus death of the year. It happened in Rapides Parish. There were also ten more non-fatal cases confirmed this week, bringing this year's total number of cases to 31.

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Cowboys Catch Loose Bull In Haughton

A bull got loose yesterday afternoon in the Haughton area, but luckily it was caught by a group of cowboys this morning.

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New Flu Shot Offers Quadruple Protection To Larger Group of People

A new flu vaccine out in 2013 protects a larger group of people against four different influenza strains. Louisiana Immunization Director Frank Welch says the quadruple-protection vaccines aren't a new idea, though.

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