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Supporters of the failed Hotel Occupancy Tax say they aren't giving up

A two percent Hotel Occupancy Tax on the ballot last night failed by 208 votes. The tax could have potentially raised more than two million dollars annually and it would have been split up into three groups.

Ollie Tyler heads into mayoral runoff with Victoria Provenza

"It is such an honor and a pleasure and I'm so privileged to be able to have supporters like you. I thank God everyday for what you have done and the support you have shown me throughout this campaign."

Students honor local veterans at parade and ceremony

The Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home held their 8th annual veterans program Wednesday morning.

Shreveport Police searching for missing man

The Shreveport Police Department needs your help to find a man who has not been seen or heard from since late last month.

The Louisiana Boardwalk will be opening new stores soon

The Louisiana Boardwalk is expanding with a new store opening Wednesday and others opening soon. 

ETX school's records housed at Shreveport business stolen

From Whitehouse Independent School District:

Voting hotline set up for those with disablities

Voting is important for everyone to do and those with disabilities are urged to call the Advocacy Center with any questions related to voting. 

A Harlem Globetrotter shows off his skills and teaches a valuable lesson to some students

Apollo Elementary students learned some new basketball moves and an important message. A Harlem Globetrotter visited Monday to help students learn how serious bullying is and how to stop a bully the right way.

Caddo and Bossier Parish announce Veterans Celebration Week

Veterans Day maybe next week, but the celebration started early in Shreveport and Bossier as they dedicate a week to veterans.