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1 hospitalized in overnight Shreveport shooting

A local man was hospitalized from injuries sustained Monday morning following a shooting the previous night in west Shreveport.

Shreveport police exchange gunfire with man during foot chase

A Shreveport man has been arrested following a Saturday morning shooting involving police officer.

No work at Camp Minden over the weekend

The Louisiana State Police's Hazmat team was able to move about 200,000 pounds of the M6 propellant on Thursday, making the total amount moved about 2.2 million pounds.

Doyline still not quite back to normal

When law enforcement announced that evacuations would be lifted and road would be opened on Friday at noon, many residents of Doyline took it with a grain of salt, because they had heard it before.

Third party billing company 'Analytical Data' in hot water

The company Analytical Data is in hot water with the City of Shreveport and local residents.

Earthquake strikes ETX again

The US Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake in Shelby County. It happened shortly before 2 p.m. Friday, about two miles southwest of Timpson, TX. According to the USGS, it was a magnitude 2.8.

BPCC now accepting applications for Spring term

Bossier Parish Community College is now accepting applications for the Spring 2013 term. Anyone interested in applying to the College can do so by applying online at www.bpcc.edu/applynow.  

Officials warn of suspicious phone calls using police number

The Shreveport Police Department is warning residents in reference to multiple complaints of suspicious phone calls.

Doyline evacuations to be lifted Friday at noon

After almost a whole week of moving the dangerous M6 propellant on Camp Minden, Louisiana State Police have moved about 2 of the 6 million pounds that they need to move.

Voting on emergency service tax renewal

A lot of times, people take their wallets into the polls with them. But people that do that in Saturday's election, could end up costing themselves more money in the long run.