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With their best-of-seven series tied at 1-1after the Mudbugs wonGame 2, it was up toBossier-Shreveport tokeep up the momentum,which it failed to do— losing 4-1 Wednesdayto Wichita.
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Obama’s total for the firstthree months of the year stopped just short of the record $26million Clinton brought in — anastonishing figure for a politicalnewcomer.
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Investigators willsniff out ghosts thatmay be haunting the1897 H.R. LoganMansion. LouisianaSpirits, a paranormaldetective team, willsurvey the houseFriday. The house,says an investigator, isfull of history.
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A Caddo district fire chief pleaded not guiltyWednesday in Baton Rouge to two federal chargesin connection with a murder-for-hire case. DonovanR. McMullen Jr. could face up to 20 years and a$250,000 fine on each charge.
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DAVID BURROUGHS:
There’s a facility north of downtown Shreveport that takes waste material,processes it and turns the waste into usableproducts. As an environmental engineer, that isthe kind of facility I would support and even getexcited about (strange, but true).
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Iran releases British sailors
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announcedthe release of 15 captive British sailors.
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La. laments loss of alegend on, off the field
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Coach Eddie Robinson walks the sidelines for the last time in the stadium named after him during Grambling State’s game against North Carolina A&T.
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Investigators search for evidence Wednesday morning alongWest 77th Street near Linwood Avenue in Shreveport.
 By Adam Kealoha Causey
acausey@gannett.com
and Loresha Wilson
ljwilson@gannett.com
  A Shreveport man is dead,three police officers are onpaid leave and the slain man’smother wants answers as localauthorities continue investi-gating the city’s latest fatalpolice-involved shooting.Kashiwa Kwan Pineset, 34, was pronounced dead at 11:22p.m. Tuesday at LSU Hospitalin Shreveport, according toa hospital spokeswoman. He was hit at least five times by Shreveport police gunfire,Police Chief Mike VanSant said Wednesday.No officer was wounded.Officers being put on paidleave is standard procedure when they fire their weapons. The police chief, citing theongoing internal investigation,refused to release their names Wednesday.Police say Pineset left a car and fired at them followinga traffic stop on West 77thStreet , but his family says he was shot before he got out of the vehicle. V anSant said the initial inves-tigation indicates his officersacted properly. “It appears nopolicies were violated at thistime.“But the investigation willcontinue until we can posi-tively say there were no viola-tions. We have to make sure allstones have been turned.”Dorothy Pineset Benard says
Robert Ruiz
 /The Times
Marvin Hill pumps gas into his Toyota truck Wednesday atKwik Pantry in north Shreveport.
By Velda Hunter
veldahunter@gannett.com
Marvin Hill has one word todescribe rising gasoline prices— ridiculous.“Youcan’t go as you want to go. You can only go as youneed to go.” The Shreveporter said hecan’t afford to spend the $70 or so it takes to fill up his Toyota  Tundra, so he settled on $20 worth Wednesday.“It’s getting rough thesedays.”In the Shreveport area, AAA reported the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded jumped 18 cents, from $2.37 inMarch to $2.55 Wednesday. A  year ago, the price was $2.53.Despite the increase, thearea is faring better than therest of the state and nation. The national average is $2.70a gallon, compared to $2.48 a month ago and $2.59 at thistime in 2006, AAA reported.Shreveport prices are slightly lower than the state averageof $2.58, up 19 cents from a local authorities have treatedher son unfairly since he wasaccused in a 2002 slaying. Benard said she will bepaying close attention to thepolice investigation. “I want tosee the video,” she said, refer-ring to any recordings frompolice dashboard cameras.“I don’t know who shot him.But if they didn’t give him a chance to get out of the car,they did him wrong,” Benardsaid. “I think whichever onedid it owes me an apology.” Another relative of Pineset,Dave Benard, was driving theOldsmobile on Tuesday night, VanSant said. He was bookedinto the Shreveport City Jail onone count each of flight froman officer and driving without a license.month ago. The spike in gas prices thistime of the year is nothing new,said Don Redman, Louisiana’s AAA spokesman. “This is a trend we’ve seen since 2000, when many of the regulationsfrom the Clean Air Act went into effect.” Although gas prices areimpacted by tensions in theMiddle East and the Organi-zation of Petroleum ExportingCountries keeping the priceof oil hovering around $60 a barrel, Redman said, the big-gest contributor nowadays isinventory and supply.Spring and fall are whenU.S. refineries traditionally perform maintenance on their equipment, he said, resultingin them closing periodically.“There is not any new product being put into the inventory.Demand is exceeding supply and prices go up.”Since 1973, the price of gas-oline in Shreveport peakedat $2.92 per gallon Aug. 10,Redman said.
Eddie Robinson won 407 football games,produced 45 winning seasons at GramblingState University, and sent more than 200 foot-ball players to the NFL — but many say hisgreatest influence was outside of football.
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The transition team was responsiblefor raising money to cover Glover'sinaugural ball, collecting resumes forCity Hall jobs and appointments, andinterviewing candidates for chiefadministrative officer and cityattorney. It is made up of severalvolunteer panels overseen bytransition team co-chairs HelenGodfrey-Smith and Dee Peterson.
Fundraising CommitteeCAO PanelCity Attorney PanelPublic Safety PanelContract ReviewCommittee
Mayor CedricGlover'stransitionteam
Other members:
None.Ron Weems,
attorney
Lynn Braggs,
former chairmanof Glover'smayoralcampaign
Other members:
ErnestBaylor, state representative;Sherwood Bailey, engineer;Bobby Jelks, president FranksManagement Company; RayBelton, Southern University-Shreveport chancellor; VincentMarsala, LSUS chancellor;Steve Shelburne, CentenaryCollege English professor;Ruby Cherry, Caddo Parishschoolteacher; Don Jones,former Bossier City mayor.Sam Gregorio,
attorney
S.P. Davis,
attorney
HelenGodfrey-SmithDee Peterson
Other members:
Baylor; Bailey (stepped downafter first round of interviewsbecause of work commitments);Cherry; Jones; Marsala;Shelburne; Charles Grubb,Caddo Parish attorney; GlennWalker, attorney
Co-chairs:
Sam GregorioRay Belton
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Disbanded after Gloverselected Tom Dark as CAO;volunteers asked to help choosecity attorney
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Tasked with raisingmoney for the inaugural galaand transition team expenses,the fundraising is expected tobe complete in several weeks.
Status:
Currently beingassembled; will be at least twoweeks before panel beginsmeeting to discuss qualities itwould like in city's next policechief. There was one unofficialmeeting to discuss the processused to hire a police chief, butvolunteers present won'tnecessarily be on the panel.
Co-chairs:
TBA
Chairman:Status:
Volunteers have metonce; committeein development. No meetingscurrently scheduled.
Other members:
Billy Casey, attorney; JohnFraizer, attorney; SarahKirkpatrick, attorney; TheartisNeal, pastor; Jacqueline Scott,attorney; Craig Smith, attorney;Shonda Stone, attorney; OllieTyler, Caddo ParishsuperintendentRon WeemsShreveport Mayor Cedric Glover greets supporters at his inaugural ball Nov. 28, 2006.
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BATON ROUGE — Anangry Gov. Kathleen Blanco isblaming “Washington Repub-licans” for unfair treatment toLouisiana’s hurricane victims,charging them with favoringMississippi because of par-tisan politics.Ina news conference at noon Tuesday on the Gover-nor’s Man-sion steps,Blanco saidshe wants thenew Demo-cratic leader-ship of Con-gress to right the wrongsand to launcha bipartisancommission to investigate theunequal treatment of the statesin federal hurricane relief.Blanco, a Democrat, chargedthat the Republicans in thenation’s capital city have con-sistently discriminated against Louisiana and has favored Mis-sissippi because of partisanefforts to help MississippiGov. Haley Barbour, former chairman of the RepublicanNational Committee. The governor plans a New Orleans news conference thismorning when she will releasedetails of what she believesequates to unequal treatment in federal aidfor housing,health care,higher edu-cation and aidto local gov-ernments.Blanco saidshe wouldbe mailingformal let-ters requesting Democraticcongressional leaders in Washington to investigate theRepublican response to hurri-canes Katrina and Rita. The governor said she hadspoken with U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-New Orleans,about such an investigation.Landrieu could be in a posi-tion to launch a probe, asshe is expected to be namedchairman of the disaster response subcommittee of theU.S. Senate Homeland Secu-rity and Government AffairsCommittee.
Val Horvath
 /The Times
Moon Gae-soon cries during a prayer service Tuesday atRed River Korean Church of the Nazarene in Bossier Cityfor slain store owner Myoung Ran Ellis, who was shot in thehead Monday afternoon during an attempted robbery.
By Janelle Rucker
 jarucker@gannett.com
and Adam Kealoha Causey
acausey@gannett.com
Members of the Red River Korean Church of the Naza-rene prayed for their slainsister Myoung Ran Ellis inthe Korean language Tuesday night.But grief knows no language.Sobs, tears and embracesshared the church’s dis-tress over Shreveport’s latest killing, a woman rememberednow as friendly, faithful andhard-working. About twodozen con-gregants at the Bossier City churchattendeda specially called prayer meeting inmemory of Ellis, 45, whodied about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday at LSU Hospital.Shereceived a gunshot  wound to the head Monday afternoon during an attemptedarmed robbery of her store,Goodies Beauty Supply, in theCedar Grove neighborhood.“She was a very caring andloving person,” said fellow church member Taeseok Kim,27, of Bossier City. “She wasinvolved in pretty much every-thing at the church. It’s sad tosee her go like this.”Kim’s wife is an employeeat Ellis’ store, also known asGoody’s Beauty Supply, inthe 6900 block of Fairfield Avenue. She was there duringthe armed robbery, and her husband said the two wereclose friends. The 15-year church member 
Slain store owner remembered
Susan Walsh
 /AP
See the Glover transitionteam’s documentsincluding meetingminutes, e-mails,volunteers and donorlists.Glover transition teamcommittee agendas.Schedule for cityattorney interviews.Highlights from thedocuments.City attorney resumes.
STATE OF THE UNION
“It was alaundry listthat seemeddesignedto pleaseeveryone.”
Michael Parker,
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Expanded coverage, full text of State of the Union speech
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By Michelle Mahfoufi
mmahfoufi@gannett.com
From the outside looking in,it appeared Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover’s transitionteam had a handful of respon-sibilities: to collect resumes,interview candidates for thecity’s top appointed positions,raise money to help pay for the inaugural ball.But behind the scenes,they’ve been busy. Very busy. A three-ring binder full of meeting minutes, e-mails, volunteer names and donor lists provided to The Timesas part of a public recordsrequest and available on The Times Web site shows thenew mayor is relying heavily on community input on topicsranging from city contracts tocity police. Thepreviously anony-mous transition team — ledby co-chairs Dee Petersonand Helen Godfrey-Smith —pledged full disclosure after  The Times pressed for infor-mation on the grounds thegroup has been acting as anadvisory group even thoughit was privately funded. The documents releasedby the transition team wouldseem to support that argu-ment. At least two dozen volun-teers approved by Glover have met numerous timesin various informal andformal meetings and havealready offered suggestionsor received information fromthe city that has not been pub-licly discussed, including:
The city’s considerationof a bond issue this summer or fall to address water andsewer needs.
The need for diver-sity and sensitivity training within the Shreveport PoliceDepartment and to restorethe Neighborhood Assistance Teams.
New mayor tapping the community for ideas on various topics
Educationdiscussedat forum
LOCAL&STATE, 1B
Jim Hudelson
 /The Times
AngryBlancodemandsequality
Governor allegesdiscrimination dueto partisan politicsfollowing hurricanes.
BlancoLandrieu
Inside the transition team
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Kim
and deaconess had just beengiven a new position of churchleadership.
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 Services
Graveside services forMyoung Ran Ellis will beheld at 10 a.m. Saturdayat Forest Park Westcemetery in Shreveport.Rose-Neath Funeral Home onSouthside Drive is handlingarrangements.
 
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By Michelle Mahfoufi
mmahfoufi@gannett.com
Don’t write the last chapter on the world’slargest automaker yet.Despite billions of dollarsin losses and the eliminationof a third of its workforcethis year, General Motorsis poised for a turnaround— and Shreveport will play a role, analysts say. The reason?“The H3 is a pretty bighit for GM,” said CatherineMadden, a senior analyst  with Boston-based GlobalInsight Automotive Group. While GM’s overall vehiclesales were down about 10percent through October compared to the same timelast year, the Shreveport-built H3 saw sales nearly double — a factor the auto-maker is banking on as it continues to take the brandglobal and expand thenumber of models in theHummer lineup. 
By Michelle Mahfoufi
mmahfoufi@gannett.com
Barely a blip. That’s how the local jobmarket reacted when 930employees at the local Gen-eral Motors plant acceptedbuyouts this year. All but a handful of those workers left the plant between June and July, but the economy was none the wiser for it. A side from a seasonal jump in the unemployment rate in June when teachersand students flood the jobmarket looking for summer  work, the unemployment level did not rise above4.3 percent this year in theShreveport-Bossier City metropolitan area. Anything under 5 percent is generally consideredfull employment, meaningthose who want to work canfind a job.
By Mary Jimenez
maryjimenez@gannett.com
 Dear Santa,Would you please give me anelf? I will not make him sick. I will take care of him (or her)and feed him (or her) 3X a day. Please!  Love, Maddy.
Several hundred letters toSanta Claus from north Loui-siana children, and sometimesadults, get rerouted to themain post office in Shreveport each year.“They start coming in just before Thanksgiving,” saidU.S. Post Service spokesman,Levelle Pepper.Since about 1917, the U.S.Postal Service has had a spe-cial clause for Santa Claus. Let-ters to Santa get rerouted to a specified postmaster.“If they give a return addressand get them in early, most will
By Teddy Allen
teddy@gannett.com
He’s 6. It’s Christmas Eve. This is a man who can’t afford to take chances.So today Shreveport’s EricKirton will go to shreveport-times.com and click on Santa and his reindeer at the site’stop to chart by radar The BigMan’s progress.“That way you could see where he is, and you can know  when you better go to bed,”said Eric, young but wise, a knowing veteran of Christmasand the ways of Santa Claus. The tracking system employedby NORAD and used by The Times will remain active untilSanta has passed through thenorth Louisiana sector.Eric feels he and other boysand girls aren’t the only ones who’ll be watching.“You know in the NorthPole, where he lives, the elvesare really short — like eventhe grown-up elves are short,”he said. “They can’t see very far, so they might need somehelp figuring out where Santa is so they can get more toysto him.”Grown-ups are allowedto click on the site as well. The Times also employed a 
Val Horvath
 /The Times
Writing letters to Santa is an old Christmas tradition.
Letters toSanta getanswered
Writing to Santa?
Make it quick and put areturn address if you wanta note back.
get answered,” said Pepper, who gets about 250 Santa let-ters each year addressed toCandy Cane Lane, the NorthPole, Polar Bear Lane andReindeer Way to name a few.Six of Santa’s helpers fromthe Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), were busy  Thursday answering Santa’sletters at the Caddo Councilon Aging headquarters inShreveport.“It’s a fun volunteer duty,”Connie Waters, a RSVPmember, as she took a col-orful letter with drawings off a stack.
Go online to trackKris Kringle’s trek
Go online to track The BigMan’s progress as he sledstoward your house.
grown-up to predict tonight’sair traffic, which should besleigh-free except for the jolly old pro.“We think Santa will havean easy trip as he passes over Shreveport Regional Airport this Christmas,” said BillCooksey, manager of mar-keting for the Shreveport Air-port Authority.“Santa typically flies into thecity after the last airline pas-senger flight departs for thenight. Plus, Santa is really goodabout scheduling his arrivalafter the big cargo jets oper-ated by DHL, FedEx and UPShave left the airport. We don’t expect Rudolph to become anairspace obstruction.” What Eric can’t see on thesite is whether or not Santa ispacking a “new and electricguitar,” a Mr. Fantastic Stretch Action Figure and an Incred-ible Hulk Hands and Feet, ashe’s wished for. He’ll find out Christmas morning when heradars in on his family’s den.
 
CanyonColoradoH3
 
Product sales
Sales of the Shreveport-produced GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado have struggled this year,while the Hummer H3 excelled.Percent change
-34.8%
Percent change
-29.7%
Percent change
+95.4%
2005*2006*2005*2006*2005*2006*
30,85720,106113,06279,49222,75144,462
*Through OctoberSource: General MotorsThe Times
 
Absorbingthe losses
The unemployment rate forthe local job market jumped inJune, when the buyout offersbegan to take effect. But thespike is more likely caused bythe annual ritual of studentsand teachers looking forsummer work. Overall, the jobmarket appears to haveabsorbed the GM losses; thenumber of people workinglocally has risen by 2,700 sinceJanuary.
Source: LSUS Center for Businessand Economic Research
Percent unemployed
The Times
3.0%3.5%4.0%4.5%5.0%5.5%Jan.Oct.
3.9%5.3%4.3%
 
GM’s saving grace
H3’s strength helps Shreveport plant stay viable
Joe Polimeni
 /General Motors
General Motors Executive Director Advanced Performance Vehicles Anne Asensio unveils the Hummer H3Tconcept vehicle on Dec. 9, 2003, in Los Angeles as part of the 2004 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.
Val Horvath
 /The Times
Former GM-Shreveport worker Randy Smith, of Haughton, took the buyout offered to workers thisyear and started his own construction company, Rich-mond Homes LLC.
See his story on
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in theMoney & Insight section.
930 acceptedbuyouts locally
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Former employees findnew careers,
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Jim Hudelson
 /The Times
Robert Ruiz
 /The Times

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