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Watson Louisiana. Lori Steele who is a spokeswoman for the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office sais deputies have arrested a former Livingston High School power lifting coach Friday afternoon on 14 counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile.
Layton Ricks, an administrator at Alvin Fairburn and Associates, says he is running for Livingston Parish president because the growing parish needs a president who can work with the council and others to move it forward. A drive through Livingston
A traffic stop at LSU led to a Denham Springs man being arrested and booked in connection with a Livingston parish burglary that occurred earlier this year, according to a press release from the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office...Cothern, 26, 358
Because the amount of taxable property on the tax rolls is rising, districts generally will take in more money if they keep their rates the same as last year, Assessor Jeff Taylor said. The value of taxable property has risen more than 4 percent in
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's regional office has denied a $46 million appeal by Livingston Parish of the agency's refusal to reimburse the parish for cleaning out streams after Hurricane Gustav, said Mike Grimmer, Livingston Parish
Livingston Parish sheriff's deputies are seeking two men they believe stole more than $12,000 worth of copper from a Denham Springs construction site Friday, the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office reported Tuesday. One man acted as a lookout,
After seeing two men pulling off ski masks as they hurried from a Livingston Parish grocery, a woman passing by in her car tried to run them and their getaway driver off the road, she said Thursday. Though unable to force them into a ditch, she was
A Livingston Parish sheriff's deputy fatally shot a man Monday morning while responding to a domestic dispute at the man's Walker home, said Jason Ard, chief criminal deputy for the Livingston Parish Sheriff. The deputy was summoned about 6:30 a.m.
Grimmer and the website operator made defamatory statements and took unlawful actions to intentionally interfere with the sale of the land on which a 120-unit apartment complex was planned, according to the suit. After the actions by the defendants,
Private homes and campsites sit on land that belongs to the state and is to be used as a trust for public education in Livingston Parish, an attorney hired by the school system contends. Attorney Glen Petersen said that he will advise the School