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IN THE ZONE - Jamboree - 8/26/11

Jamboree Highlights from the Bossier Parish Lions Club Jamboree held at Airline High School. Log on to see highlights each week from area high school games, plus high school scores every Friday Night at kmsstv.com.

More Louisiana students with associate degrees finding jobs

If you want to get a job right out of school, get an associate degree from a technical or community college in Louisiana. That's according to a recent Employment Outcomes Report.

Census shows divorce rates higher in the South

Divorce rates are higher in the South than any other region of the country, according to a U.S. Census report.

Bossier police arrest hotel manager for theft

Bossier City Police arrested the now former general manager of a local hotel for stealing nearly $50,000 from her employer over the past year.

Deputies bust Princeton meth lab

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a meth lab has been busted in the Haughton area Wednesday night, and two men have been arrested on charges of cooking methamphetamine.

Some "big box" employers may cut health coverage for employees, survey says

One in ten employers may stop offering health coverage to workers after insurance exchanges begin in 2014 as part of the health care overhaul. That's according to a survey by a major benefits consultant.

More than 34,000 without power in Ark-La-Tex

Power has been restored in the Texarkana area. Ark-La-Tex homes are being affected by a large power outage due to severe weather Wednesday.

Babysitter arrested after losing child

Bpssoer City detectives have arrested Precious Ruth Rhodes, 20,  who left her 3-year old niece unsupervised.

Three arrested for selling drugs to undercover agents

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a four-month investigation has led to the arrest of three people Monday for selling prescription drugs to undercover agents.

Local animal shelters cope with heat

Many pet owners take special precautions to care for their animals in hot weather. They put out extra water, trim long coats, and save walks for cooler temperatures. But animal shelters have a whole new set of challenges.