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Bossier City mayor's wife loses battle to illness

The City of Bossier City administration announced Thursday the passing of Adele Walker, wife of Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker.

Air Force Global Strike Command celebrates its 5th year anniversary

  In a 2009 speech in Prague, President Barack Obama stated as long as nuclear weapons exist, "the United States will maintain a safe, secure and effective arsenal to deter a

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: J'Shanae's Magnolia Tea

What could be better than a Sunday jazz buffet? Umm, how about if the jazz buffet was two days earlier, on Fridays?

Caddo's transformation zone makes efforts to turn the school's around

Caddo's transformation zone consists of 10 underperforming schools.

Shreveport sanitation workers return to work after planned two-day "sick out"

Over 30 workers called in sick on Monday and Tuesday to the public works department. 

2nd Pop Up Project set for late September

Shreveport's Downtown Development Authority has scheduled a second Pop Up Project for the city. It will be September 22- October 3.

DeSoto Parish SO warns of recent thefts, burglaries

Law enforcement is warning the public of a recent rash of thefts and burglaries taking place in the north end of DeSoto Parish.

Police looking for gunman in Shreveport shooting

Shreveport Police investigators are seeking the whereabouts of a suspect in connection with a shots fired incident in west Shreveport last week.

Head on collision closes Jimmie Davis Bridge

Two people are recovering after being taken to the hospital Tuesday morning. According to Shreveport Police, just before noon a grey car crossed over the lanes, running head on into a white SUV.

Ebola outbreak, could it happen locally?

With 887 people already dead from what's being called the deadliest ebola outbreak, many in Shreveport are empathetic, but also worried. Lloyd Gardner is one of those people. "I think it's dangerous.