• By Kevin Fambrough Livingston Parish News
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LIVINGSTON – A two-day manhunt for a pair of Tangipahoa Parish suspects in up to 50 vehicle burglaries ended with their arrest Saturday in Livingston Parish.

  • By Kevin Fambrough Livingston Parish News
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LIVINGSTON – A quick response by the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office led to an arrest and the recovery of a stolen vehicle, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

  • By John Dupont The Livingston Parish News
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DENHAM SPRINGS — Livingston Parish eventually needs to resume discussion on the missing link to competition for tourism dollars, according to the Livingston Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau director.

  • By John Dupont The Livingston Parish News
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BATON ROUGE — Louisiana will need more than the $1.6 billion in federal relief money Congress approved if the state wants to ensure full recovery from the floods of 2016, an official from the Edwards Administration said Monday.

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BATON ROUGE – The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness will update its extension request to accommodate displaced residents who remain in area hotels in the wake of the August flood, GOHSEP Communications Director Mike Steele said Friday morning.

  • By Kevin Fambrough Livingston Parish News
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WALKER – The cities of Walker and Denham Springs filed a lawsuit Thursday against the state of Louisiana, saying construction work done to Interstate 12 caused severe flooding.

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  • By Kevin Fambrough Livingston Parish News
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LIVINGSTON – Livingston Parish sales taxes continued its revival in November, spurred by the start of Christmas shopping, with an increase of almost $1 million compared to October, according to figures reported to the School Board.

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