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Bossier Schools sued over cyberbullying death

Bossier Schools sued over cyberbullying death

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A federal lawsuit has now been filed against the Bossier Parish School Board over the death of 15 year old Danielle Cox. KSLA News 12's Pat Simon did a KSLA News 12 Investigation on cyberbullying in October 2011. Cox's parents opened up to Pat about their daughter's suicide.  They say cyberbullying is responsible and Bossier schools didn't do anything about it.

A Shreveport business owner had to shut down his business after he was arrested. He reportedly melted down some jewelry that turns out was stolen. KSLA News 12's Tracy Clemons has been investigating the story. Details tonight at 10:00.

Jurors acquitted Baton Rouge rapper Torence "Lil Boosie" Hatch Friday in the 2009 slaying of a man gunned down in his home. Jurors deliberated for an hour before returning the verdict. Before it was read, District Judge Mike Erwin warned those in the courtroom not to make any emotional outbursts. Still, many quietly sobbed after the verdict was announced.

A lucky winner has won the ATV early bird prize in our House for Hope Giveaway this afternoon during our 6:00 p.m. newscasts, but you can still reserve your tickets for the grand prize. It's a house valued at more than $300,000 in the Twelve Oaks subdivision in Shreveport.

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