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Bossier ministry leader accused of misusing funds pleads not guilty – Shreveport Times + MORE 11/27/2017

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Millennials powering the housing marketKSLA-TVEven though millennials only make up roughly 13 percent of the U.S. population, they make up 35 percent of U.S. home-buyers, according to the National Association of Realtors. This statistic reveals a positive trend: millennials are looking towards …

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Shreveport TimesI-49 connector in Shreveport still seven years off, executive saysShreveport TimesAn audience member asked Rogers about whether the downtown route would cut through residential units established by the Shreveport Housing Authority. Rogers said it would. Louis Brossett, a long-term Allendale resident, said the route would scatter his …

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Shreveport TimesBossier ministry leader accused of misusing funds pleads not guiltyShreveport TimesMore: Bossier ministry's recovery housing closed after founder arrested. Hills was again arrested and charged Sept. 5 with racketeering and 11 counts of felony theft. Hills' husband, Jimmie Hills, 51, was arrested Sept…

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Correctional officers released, officials sayKSLA-TVThe television station reported that the inmates had been holding the officers in a housing area at the prison. Emergency response teams went to the scene and the Arkansas State Police had been called, prison officials said. Region 8 News will have …

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