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New Study: Louisiana One of the Most Dangerous States to Live In

Lock your doors, kids… Louisiana recently ranked one of the most dangerous states in the country. Not only does the Creole State come with its fair share of murderers, sex offenders and natural disasters, but also apparently, its residents are terrible drivers without health insurance.

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Arby’s President Donates to Bossier Sheriff’s Office

Local Arby's President Joe Pulliam has presented a $2,500 check to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. The donation is to support the Sheriff's Office Corrections EmergencyResponse Team (CERT.)

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Space Still Available for Caddo Sheriff’s Youth Firearms Safety Camp

Openings are still available for youngsters wanting to attend this year's Caddo Sheriff's Youth Firearms Safety Education Camp.

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Red River Boat Launches Re-Open

Good news for boaters -- the public boat ramps on the Red River in Caddo and Bossier parishes are open again.

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Shreveport Child Drowns in Cypress Lake

A Memorial Day outing at the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation Area in Benton has claimed the life of a 7-year-old Shreveport boy.

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Brandon Bourdages
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Grilling Tips from the American Red Cross

If you're going to be grilling outdoors this holiday weekend -- or at any time during the summer -- the American Red Cross has some tips to help make your grilling experience a safer one

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Gwen Cox Salley’s Sister Talks about the Abuse her Sister Suffered and the Importance of Passing “Gwen’s Law”

Lawmakers are working to approve "Gwen's Law" in memory of Gwen Cox Salley, who was murdered by her estranged husband Michael Salley.

Theresa Donald, Gwen Salley's sister, talked about the law and the abuse her sister endured.

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BlackBerry photo by John Lee
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Shreveport and Bossier Public Boat Launches Closed

High water on the Red River, caused by recent heavy rains, has prompted the Red River Waterway Commission to close the public boat launches it operates in Caddo and Bossier Parishes.

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Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images
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[UPDATE] Red Cross Assessing Storm Damage in North Highland

  Damage assessment is complete in North Highland. One home was heavily damaged. Red Cross volunteers continue to work with families to provide assistance as needs are identified.

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Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Holding Boating Safety Class

With summer right around the corner, lots of area folks might be thinking about heading out on the water. So this is the perfect time to get familiar with Louisiana's boating safety laws. That's the purpose behind a Boating Safety Class being held this weekend.

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