Local News

O Negative blood at critically low level

LifeShare Blood Centers reports the local O negative blood supply is critically low and requests that all eligible type O negative donors give blood as soon as possible.

3 arrested in connection with Shreveport robbery

Three men were arrested in south east Shreveport Monday evening following an alleged robbery.

Shreveport police officer placed on leave

A Shreveport Police officer has been placed on administrative leave this afternoon by Chief of Police Willie Shaw following allegations of alleged policy violations.

Operation "Tbone" starts next week

City officials from various departments will soon hit the streets in Shreveport for a city wide initiative this month. Operation “Tbone” will take place starting next Wednesday.

DOTD starts new project

The Louisiana Department of Transportation is starting a new safety project today on I-20 by the Red Chute Bayou in Bossier Parish.

Shreveport man arrested for attempted murder of ex-girlfriend

A Shreveport man is facing attempted murder charges for running his ex-girlfriend's vehicle off the road then fleeing the scene after her car flipped over, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS: Big 12 football enters week 2 action

Week two features the first conference game of the season as West Virginia travels to Oklahoma. Seven teams continue non-league play while Iowa State is open.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS: Davey O'Brien Fan Vote now open

The Davey O’Brien Foundation announced Tuesday that the Davey O’Brien Fan Vote is now open. Fans are invited to cast their vote for the nation’s best college quarterback as often as once daily at www.VoteOBrien.org.

NSU Engineering Technology scholarships support workforce development

The Central Louisiana Manufacturing Manager’s Council and the Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance are partnering with the Northwestern State University Foundation to establish a scholarship program to benefit students from 10

Health Department issues Whooping Cough advisory

The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to make sure they’re vaccinated against pertussis (better known as "whooping cough") after projections show the number of people sick with the deadly disease this ye