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Sheriff’s office prepares for tax sale

The Caddo Sheriff’s Office is advising property owners to pay their taxes before close of business at 5 p.m., on May 13th, to avoid having their property included in the upcoming tax sale.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Herby K's

Since 1936, Herby K's at 1833 Pierre Avenue in Shreveport, has been a second home for many of its customers. When I first moved here, people from all over kept telling me I had to go there.

Peaceful protesters locked out of politician's office

Wednesday morning, people representing Equality Louisiana and People Acting for Change and Equality (PACE), attempted to talk to Louisiana state Representative Alan Seabaugh about his House Bill 402.

Leadership Day

Throughout the year, the faculty and staff at Bellaire Elementary School has been implementing leadership skills and the “7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” in order to exemplify every child’s unique gifts and talents.

Caddo superintendent search

The Caddo School Board met yesterday to discuss details about the search firm that will be leading the search for the next superintendent. Members are also planning to seek opinions from parents through special meetings.

Violent music videos lead to violent crimes.

Since the beginning of time, there have been rivalries between groups of people, but police on both sides of Texarkana are fed up with the latest one, Arkansans and Texans.

Shreveport development nominated for award

Three downtown development projects have been nominated for the State of Louisiana’s Heritage Award.

Looking for a job

The Margaritaville Hotel and Casino is not the only local casino hiring. The Eldorado Hotel and Casino is hosting an upcoming job fair.

Shreveport Police cracking down on "flossin'"

When the sun comes out in Shreveport, so do many of the cruisers, and after complaints from neighbors, Shreveport Police are cracking down on people cruising, or as it's called on the streets, flossin'.

Bossier Schools closing facilities

The Bossier Parish School Board has voted to close two popular education centers to save the system around 1.7 million a year in costs.