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Governor Jindal: Louisiana students continue to excel on advanced placement exams

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and State Superintendent John White announced that the number of college credits earned on Advanced Placement (AP) exams has increased by more than 1,000 credits or 25 percent over the past year—the greatest i

Train accident in Vivian

Officials are cleaning up after a train accident in Vivian, Louisiana this morning. The accident happened around 8a.m along highway 1.

Organization looking to build community kitchen

Top and aspiring chefs and food artists from across the ArkLaTex have been flocking to the new Cohab in the Red River District under the Texas Street Bridge recently to get a look at what they hope will be their businesses’ new home.

Shreveport PD seeking suspect in early morning robbery

The Shreveport Police Department is seeking a suspect responsible for an early morning robbery.

Texas A&M DL among 3 killed in overnight car accident

A Texas A&M defensive lineman,  was killed in an overnight car accident along with two others.

Bond Commission approves over $72 million for local projects across the state

The State Bond Commission approved over $72.9 million for projects statewide and approximately $3.9 million in savings from refinancing existing public debt at its July 18th meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy.

Cruise missile flight Airmen protect aircrews, aim for excellence

There's one place on base where a critical part of the Barksdale mission fuels, maintains, loads and tests missiles under one roof.

Still no superintendent for Caddo Parish Schools

January 15, the Caddo School Board announced they wouldn't be renewing the contract of current superintendent Gerald Dawkins.

ETX Sergeant cleared of any wrong-doing in lawsuit filed by former inmate

A Sergeant with the Harrison County Sheriff's Office has been cleared of any wrong-doing in a lawsuit filed by a former inmate in the Harrison County Jail.

Shreveport-Bossier see tourist boost

According to officials, tourist numbers were up by 3 percent compared to this time last year. The Shreveport-Bossier gaming market also played a significant part in the increase bringing in almost half of the business.