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Bandit robs local business, customers

Local law enforcement is searching for an alleged robber who help a Shreveport business Tuesday morning.  

Firefighters save Bossier City motel

Part of a Bossier City motel room caught on fire Tuesday. Authorities were dispatched to the Siesta Motel, located in the 2500 block of East Texas Street, on reports of a fire at around noon.

Caddo Sheriff Office accepting applications for college scholarship

Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator has announced the availability of a $500 college scholarship for a Caddo Parish graduating high school senior.

Come party for a cause with Robinson's Rescue

The staff and volunteers of Robinson’s Rescue cordially invite you to the Fourth Annual “Best In Sheaux” fundraiser on Monday, February 11th at 6:30PM at Zocolo’s, located at 436 Ashley Ridge Blvd in Shreveport.

Car crashes into apartment

Late Sunday night, Shreveport Police were in the Villa Norte Apartments, looking for a suspect in a property damage case, when they spotted a car similar to the one they were looking for.

Krewe of Harambee parade

The Krewe of Harambee parade rolled into downtown Shreveport Monday afternoon. The Krewe of Harambee is the first African American Krewe in the Shreveport region, which made it fitting that their parade was held on a day celebrating Dr.

What is a "universal" background check?

Since President Obama made his announcement Wednesday, asking for universal background checks on all gun sales, universal background check has become a catchphrase. But what exactly is a universal background check?

Texarkana student brings gun to school

Last week, when police heard that there was a gun at College Hill Middle in Texarkana, Arkansas, they thought the worst.

Shreveport officer placed on paid leave

A Shreveport officer was been placed on administrative leave Monday evening by Police Chief Willie Shaw following allegations of policy violations.

MLK day of service

Schools along with businesses across the country were closed today to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But for some Ark-La-Tex residents, they wanted to take advantage of this day off.