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The ponies at Harrah's Lousiana Downs bring more than just fun

Racing season kicked off Friday afternoon at Harrah's Louisiana Downs, and even a cold opening day couldn't keep fans, and their wallets away.

Shreveport PD close road after car runs into electrical pole

Bossier City Police are on the scene of a single car crash in the 1600 block of Northgate Drive in which car struck a power pole causing the attached power line to sag across the roadway. 

Groups file lawsuit against EPA

A local organization is joining many across Louisiana and Texas in a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency.

Boil notice issued

Officials are asking residents that live in the Dogwood Subdivision to boil their water throughout the weekend. Water was restored last night after crews working in the area struck a waterline.

Shreveport PD issue arrest warrant from May 2nd shooting

Police detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for a local man in connection with a shooting that injured a Shreveport woman on Thursday.

Natchitoches deputies search for detention center escapee

On May 2nd, 2013 at approximately 5:00pm, Corrections Staff at the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center discovered that Natchitoches Parish Inmate Derrick L.

I-20 lanes opened back up after wreck

Shreveport police responded to an I-20 wreck just before 8:00 a.m., where one driver was issued a ticket for careless operation.

Vintage WWII bomber legacy trip to Shreveport

Texas Raiders, an authentically restored B-17 Bomber, landed in Shreveport today to celebrate the seventy-five year legacy of the Flying Fortress and introduce this segment of history to the visiting public.

NSU professor named 2013 Fellow ASRT

Dr. Laura Carwile Aaron, director and graduate coordinator in the Department of Allied Health at Northwestern State University, was named a 2013 Fellow of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT).

Final pieces hoisted atop One World Trade Center

As construction workers cheered, the final two pieces of a 408-foot spire were hoisted high above their heads Thursday to the top of One World Trade Center.