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The Department of Justice has agreed to pay 100 percent of the $28.3 million it will take to dispose of nearly 16 million pounds...

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The Shreveport-Bossier and the Monroe Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) rank as two of the least expensive places to live in Louisiana, according to the...

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Residents who live south of La. Highway 527 in south Bossier Parish could possibly see flood conditions similar to those in 2009 when the...

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U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) today announced that the Department of the Army has committed in writing to immediately move forward with the final...

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Camp Cavs, BPCC’s summer program for kids, will be held in the months of June and July 2015. Camps are 3 or 4 hours and...

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The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is joining with LifeShare Blood Centers to host a “Cuffs & Hoses” promotion blood drive on Friday, May 29, at...

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The armed robbery conviction of a Bossier City woman has been upheld by the Secord Circuit Court of Appeal. The defendant, Tamara Amo, was convicted...

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Bossier City’s public swimming pools are open for the summer! The summer hours of operations at each pool will be as follows: Mike Wood Memorial Park...

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This Sunday marks the opening day of the second annual Benton Farmers Market. The market opens at noon May 31 and will open every Sunday...

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Students at Benton High School are slowly coming to terms with the sudden loss of a classmate. Zoey Hill remembers the last day she saw...