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Superintendent Goree talks about the future workforce

A Caddo Parish superintendent spoke to several people about students' futures Thursday.

Parents of runaway child face drug, abuse charges

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington says the father and step-mother of the 11-year-old boy who ran away from his Plain Dealing home Tuesday evening have been arrested on six charges of physical child abuse, neglect and drug use.

Patrick Williams campaign leads community clean up

Mayoral candidate Patrick Williams is making it a priority to clean up parts of the city as part of his campaign, to show voters that the image of Shreveport is important to him.

Crime lab links Shreveport man to alleged crime

A Shreveport man was taken into custody after crime scene evidence led to his arrest Wednesday afternoon. Cody Matthews, 21, of Shreveport, was arrested when evidence from the scene linked him to the alleged crime.

Community members informed about amendments on the ballot for upcoming election

The Bill Cockrell Park Advisory Council hosted a voter education forum with special guest Caddo Commissioner Ken Epperson and Assistant Parish Attorney Henry Bernstein.

Police: 2 sex offenders arrested during compliance check

 On Wednesday, members of the Marshall Criminal Apprehension Team, Marshall Patrol Bureau, Criminal Investigations Bureau and the U.S. Marshal’s Task Force arrested two people during a sex offender compliance check in Marshall.

3 ETX law enforcement officers honored for heroism

Three East Texans were recently honored by state officials for their heroic efforts in a dangerous situation earlier this year.

Breast Cancer van stops in Shreveport to spread awareness

On Wednesday you might have seen a giant bus with a pink ribbon on it at Panera Bread in Shreveport. Feist-Weiller Cancer Center's Partners in Wellness parked the van to spread awareness about breast cancer screenings.

Blanchard Utilities takes over East Cove Water System

After years of battling dirty water residents that live on a street in Mooringsport might soon find some relief.

Mayor's proposal to fix city streets killed by city council vote

Another year goes by that the streets in Shreveport will continue to worsen, this comes after the city council rejects the mayor's plan to fix the city streets.