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Sixth graders learn a little C.S.I. from a pro

Bossier Crime Scene Investigation instructed more than 300 sixth grade science students at Haughton Middle School today about the science of fingerprints.

Mayor Glover celebrates with "Shreveport's Best and Brightest"

89 high school seniors, from 14 different schools in Shreveport took over Independence Stadium for a luncheon hosted by Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover.

Stingrays take over Sci-Port

Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center is currently hosting SeaLife Encounters at Sci-Port through Sunday, June 30. SeaLife Encounters at Sci-Port gives visitors the opportunity to touch and feed live, wild stingrays.

Car crashes into log truck, driver in serious condition

Early this morning at 8:30 a.m., Louisiana State Police Troop G investigated a two vehicle crash on LA Highway 2 at LA Highway 157 that seriously injured a Serepta woman.

Helping disabled kids

Shreveporters can cure their sweet tooth while helping a disabled child's dream come true. Krispy Kreme in Shreveport is asking the public to help them send kids with handicap disabilities to a special summer camp program.

Popular film center turns 5

The Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport is turning 5 years old. The local theater is celebrating its’ mark as one of Shreveport’s popular and unique attractions.

Emergency responders plan disaster drill

On Thursday, May 2 at 9 a.m. the I-49 North Safety Coalition will hold a disaster drill on a closed section of the new Interstate 49 near Mira. The drill will simulate a major crash with mass casualties on the new Interstate.

Investigations underway on former Desoto superintendent

Bring the focus back to the children; that's what Desoto Parish School Board member McLawrence Fuller thinks the rest of the board should do, rather than focus on an investigation surrounding former superintendent Walter Lee.

Checking for an accredited driving school

Hearing that 5 Star Driving School in Shreveport was operating without a license could leave people wary of driving schools.

Route to better streets

Shreveport City Officials are taking another route before making any repairs to city streets. The City plans to hire a firm to help study street conditions.