8:30 Newscast April 2,2016

Slidell police are looking for a man after a search of his home found human remains and animal bones in a makeshift altar. Halen Doughty has more…

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Compliance could be a problem for vendors as new sales tax laws are now in effect. Attorney with Ryan’s tax service Jason Decuir says the numerous sales tax exemptions that have been temporarily removed are causing headaches for those who are collecting taxes
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Monroe and Shreveport had historic rainfall totals during the month on March. Shreveport received 12.8 inches, which is the highest amount since 1945 and Monroe set a record with 24.4 inches of rain. Jason Hansford with the National Weather Service in Shreveport says much of this rain fell during the span of a few days.
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Seven people died in crashes between cars and trains within the last three months in Louisiana. These tragedies have prompted the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission to caution motorists to always obey alerts at railroad crossings. Spokesperson Mark Lambert says for the entire year of 2014, there were seven train related deaths so this increase is alarming…
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