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Caddo-Shreveport seizes drugs, money

Agents with the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit investigating a narcotics complaint have seized a substantial amount of suspected marijuana, and cash.

Bossier City firefighters fill the boot for MDA

Members of the Bossier City Fire Department will be out this holiday weekend asking folks to join them in the fight against neuromuscular disease.

Shreveport police arrested one in connection with multiple home invasions

Shreveport Police detectives have arrested a male suspect they believe committed multiple home invasions in Shreveport.

Isaac claims fatality as thousands forced to evacuate

Isaac slashed its way further inland Thursday, claiming its first fatality and stranding residents in flood-prone areas even as it threatened to wreak more havoc in the days to come.

GOHSEP: Dam's "imminent failure" leads to evacuation of 50,000 in Tangipahoa River area

The Mississippi Emergency Management has notified GOHSEP and Tangipahoa Parish Government of an "imminent failure" of the dam at Lake Tangipahoa at Percy Quinn State Park.

Officials release identity of cyclist killed in Monday accident

The name of a woman who was killed Monday evening on Greenwood Road is being released.

Isaac closes public schools accross Northwest Louisiana

Due to Isaac, all Caddo Parish public schools will be closed Thursday, August 30 and Friday, August 31. All Sabine Parish schools and administrative offices will be closed Thursday, August 30.

Isaac downgraded to tropical storm

Isaac lost its hurricane status Wednesday afternoon, but its relentless waves of rain brought dangerous storm surge and flooding to much of coastal Louisiana.

1 killed in fatal Webster Parish wreck

On August 29, 2012, shortly after 10:30 a.m., Louisiana State Police Troop G investigated a one vehicle crash on LA Highway 163 about 3 miles south of LA Highway 164 in Webster Parish that claimed the life of a Shreveport woman.

Isaac weakening, but relentless pounding 'not even half over'

Hurricane Isaac weakened Wednesday morning but clung to hurricane strength as officials warned that the Gulf Coast will have to endure many more hours of pounding rain.