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Second suspect arrested in Bossier City car wash robbery

Bossier City police have arrested a second suspect who was wanted in connection with the armed robbery of a local car wash.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Multicultural Center of the South

I love Greece, but finding a way to get there, that’s another story. At least, until I found the Multicultural Center of the South in Downtown Shreveport.

Firework sales begin in the city of Shreveport

The skies of Shreveport will soon be colorfully lit as firework sales kicked off Wednesday. Stands officially opened this afternoon.

Police: Texarkana woman leads officers on chase with 5 children

An Texarkana woman was arrested Tuesday after she tried to run from police with her five children in tow.

Fire damages a Bossier City home

The Bossier City Fire Department responded to a fire Wednesday morning in the 2600 block of Douglas Dr. that heavily damaged a house. Firefighters were called to the scene around 10:30 AM.

Shreveport men caught burglarizing 18-wheeler, police say

Two Shreveport men were arrested after an early morning burglary on the west side of the city.

The city of Shreveport changes trash collection guidelines

Changes will soon take effect for trash collections in the city of Shreveport. In an effort to improve the solid waste program, the changes were made due to a lack of manpower and to obey compliance rules.

Update: SPD identify man found dead outside an apartment complex

A man was found dead outside a Shreveport apartment complex. The discovery was made at the Oak Meadow Apartments in the 1900 block of Centenary Blvd. just before 11 p.m. on Monday.

SPD investigates death of man found slain in east Shreveport

The Shreveport Police Department is seeking answers surrounding the death of a man found slain outside an apartment complex in east Shreveport.

Sen. Landrieu secures $757M for cyber security

The Chair of the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, U.S. Senator Mary L.