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Take the Time to Protect a Child

Take the Time to Protect a Child

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time set aside each year to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect. It also is a month where people are urged to promote the social and emotional...

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Caddo DA Leads Off Downtown Blood Drive

Caddo DA Leads Off Downtown Blood Drive

Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr., relaxes and lets the blood flow as he takes part in a LifeShare Blood Centers blood drive outside his offices and the Caddo Parish Courthouse Wednesday, April 5, 2017. The Center’s special collection bus was...

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Life Sentences Imposed on Convicted Murderers

Two men convicted of second-degree murder by Caddo Parish juries in recent months had mandatory life sentences imposed in Caddo District Court proceedings Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Mark Edward Colby, 60, was sentenced by District Judge John Mosely for the September 2014...

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In the News

DA Believes Perceptions of His Office Have Improved

DA Believes Perceptions of His Office Have Improved

Caddo District Attorney James Stewart set some big goals when he was sworn into office Dec. 29, 2015. The former judge recently took time to sit down with KSLA News 12 to reflect on his first year in office. “What I came here to do was establish professionalism,...

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New Truancy Program Could Reduce Crime

Organizers of a new Caddo Parish program aiming to combat truancy hope that it will also help reduce juvenile crime. The Truancy Assistance Service Center opened Aug. 10 in Caddo School’s Welfare and Attendance Center, in the 1600 block of Murphy Street. TASC serves...

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