Kandace Moss

Student Reporter

Kandace Moss is a Senior Psychology and Communication double major with a concentration in Journalism at the University of Louisiana Monroe. Originally from Monroe, she intends to graduate in the fall of 2018 and pursue a masters of arts in marriage and family therapy.

Kandace has become involved in many extracurricular activities on the ULM campus including the Campus Activities Board, ULM Scouts, ULM's chapter of NAACP, editor and writer for the student newspaper, The Hawkeye, and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.

In her free time, Kandace enjoys going on long runs, journaling, and listening to a wide range of music genres. She also loves volunteering with her beloved sorority and spending time with friends and family.

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The water boil advisory is officially lifted for the City of Tallulah. Officials say regular consumption and use of water is now okay.

In mid January, officials put Tallulah under a boil advisory. They were experiencing a problem within their water supply and, because of those problems, the water produced by their water supply was of questionable microbiological quality.

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Gov. John Bel Edwards and BASF Senior Vice President ,Tom Yura, announced the company will invest in the development of its methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, or MDI, production at its Louisiana chemical complex in Geismar, Louisiana.

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Although the holidays are over, the season of giving does not stop after December. Not for the city of Monroe, Louisiana, anyway.  Mayor Jaime Mayo and the Monroe City Council has created a way to continually give back to the community throughout the year starting with two community service projects for the month of January.

Now that the NFL playoffs have come and gone, it’s time to get ready for the biggest sporting event of the year - Super Bowl LII. Every year hundreds to thousand of dollars are spent for this event. Whether it be food, sports paraphernalia, etc., U.S consumers tend to spend a little more money during this time.

 A former Vermilion Parish middle school teacher was sentenced last week to 70 years in prison for making and possessing child pornography.

 A Bossier City woman pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and possessing a firearm Thursday.

A Lafayette man pleaded guilty Tuesday to sending obscene pictures to an undercover law enforcement agent posing as a 10-year-old boy.

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A Lafayette man was sentenced last week to 168 months in prison for enticing a minor into sending images of child pornography online.

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A federal grand jury returned a five-count indictment charging a Shreveport businessman with scamming more than $96 million from investors and financial institutions.

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 A Shreveport man  pleaded guilty to possessing a pistol even though he was a convicted felon.


Jamario Montreal Harris, 31, of Shreveport, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The plea will become final after it is accepted by U.S. District Judge S. Maurice Hicks Jr.  According to the guilty plea, law enforcement agents found Harris in possession of a .40 caliber Glock pistol on March 20, 2017. He was previously convicted of a felony and not allowed to possess a firearm.