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Shreveport man killed in Friday afternoon motorcycle wreck

A Shreveport man was killed in a Friday afternoon motorcycle crash.

Black Friday deals kick off a day early around the Ark-La-Tex

Shoppers hit the stores early Friday morning looking for the next best deal, but most of the local big box companies such as Walmart, Target, and Best Buy got a head start on Thursday evening. 

Family of 7 displaced after Thanksgiving day fire

A family of seven is without a place to stay tonight after a morning fire. "Everything I've worked hard for in my 39 years of living is pretty much gone," said the homeowner, Christopher Brown.

The Salvation Army feeds thousands on Thanksgiving Day

The Salvation Army was packed out on Thursday afternoon as they helped feed the homeless. Over 100 volunteers joined together to help serve thousands of homeless people a Thanksgiving day meal.

SFD battles second blaze on Thanksgiving Day

Fire crews battled a second blaze on Thursday afternoon at a home in Shreveport's Mooretown neighborhood. It happened in the 4100 block of Clover St. just before 2:30 p.m.

Victoria Provenza cast her vote early

Early voting is open and one candidate for Shreveport mayor made her voice heard. Mayoral runoff candidate Victoria Provenza voted Wednesday to help secure her spot for mayor.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Sue's Country Kitchen

For this week's I Love the Ark-La-Tex, Jay Whatley and I wanted to give thanks to everyone and let yall know of a local restaurant that is cooking up something special.

Providence House is in need of the community's support this holiday season

With Thanksgiving Day tomorrow, Providence House is working to tie a few loose ends as they get ready to feed over 100 guests living at the shelter. 

Blue Forever Inc. donates lifesaving tools to local law enforcement

Everyday local law enforcement put their lives at risk for our safety, and now a local nonprofit organization is making a significant donation for the sake of their lives.

More than 40 pot plants found at Shreveport home

A home identified in October as the site of a large-scale marijuana growing operation received another visit from law enforcement on Tuesday.