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I Love the Ark-La-Tex: The Missing Link

Let’s face it, hot dogs don’t really have the best reputation.

Snake Bites: What you do if you fall victim

When you're dealing with a snake bite the best thing to do before going to a healthcare facility is *nothing.*

Fire sparks inside a Shreveport high school

A fire broke out inside Booker T. Washington High School around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Fire crews arrived to find flames and heavy black smoke inside.

Kickoff date and time set for the Duck Commander Independence Bowl

The game is scheduled for December 27 at 3 p.m. and it's the first time in 24 years that the game will be held on a Saturday.

Delta airlines brings back first class service to Shreveport Regional Airport

Delta airlines is now serving Shreveport Regional Airport with first class service.

Blood bank at extremely low levels, desperate for donors

The local blood supply is at the minimum level considered to be stable, which raises a concern going into the Independence Day holiday week. Additional donations are needed from all blood types, particularly A negative and O negative.

Members of NSU fishing team qualify for national championship

Justin Cooper and Johnny Ledet, members of Northwestern State University’s bass fishing team qualified for the 2014 Carhartt College Series National Championship to be held July 31 – Aug.

Venomous snakes: How to protect yourself

Whether you're out working in the garden or just outdoors enjoying the warm weather, it's always good to be aware of your surroundings.

LSU Shreveport welcomes new chancellor onboard

Tuesday was a day of change at LSUS as chancellor Larry Clark stepped into post at the university, as well as the school colors officially changing to purple and gold.

Staying safe this 4th of July

Come Friday evening, most people in the Ark-La-Tex will be doing one thing. That includes Shreveport Police Officer Marcus Hines. "I'll be spending the 4th of July with my family and I'll be igniting fireworks myself.