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Volunteers take to the streets to make sure veterans get out and vote

Veteran volunteer groups representing "Concerned Veterans for America", a national non-profit organization, started making their way around streets in the Shreveport area on Friday seeking out veterans and their families to encourage

Ark-La-Tex Most Wanted

24-year-old Larry Lamarcus Young, of Shreveport, is wanted by the Bossier Sheriff’s Office for distributing cocaine. On two separate occasions in mid-2013, Young sold crack cocaine in Bossier Parish.

Man arrested in connection with Shreveport stabbing

Police took a Shreveport man into custody for his alleged connection to a stabbing the previous night.

Communities in Schools visits Lakeshore Middle School

Lakeshore Middle School got a visit from an organization that is dedicated to keeping kids in school and helping them succeed in life.

President Carter came to visit

The colors red, white and blue were seen Downtown as a former President came to visit. President Carter spoke at the 20th Anniversary of Community Renewal International.

What are your plans for Halloween?

Halloween is Friday and many people are still trying to decide how to celebrate. So we asked the Ark-La-Tex: what are your plans for Halloween? Here's how some answered:

Ex-husband of missing ETX woman arrested for assault

The Harrison County Sheriff's Office recently arrested the ex-husband of a missing Kilgore woman for assault.

Bossier City man loses everything in house fire

"I was just sitting there watching a Netflix movie and all of a sudden I heard a pop," said Joseph Butcher.

Why not keep Daylight Saving or Standard Time all year?

This Saturday night we set our clocks back one hour before we go to sleep so we can an extra hour of rest. We call this “Standard Time”.Daylight saving time in the U.S..

SPD releases surveillance video of recent burglary

Shreveport police are looking for three men who were involved in a burglary in north Shreveport earlier this month.