Inaction on Sandy by Congress leaves businesses in limbo

Congress passed only a fraction of the Sandy relief bill Friday, which means that most businesses devastated by the storm are still waiting for help.

SFD responds to 1st fire fatality of 2013

Last night, Greg Mills, 51, was the victim in Shreveport’s first fire fatality of the year.

Best car sales in five years

Strong demand from car buyers in December led automakers to close out the best year for U.S. car sales since before the recession, and the biggest one-year jump in sales in 28 years.

Forget discouraged, 3 million workers hopelessly unemployed

Employers may be hiring, but there's another big problem with the job market that isn't being tracked as closely: the hopelessly unemployed.

Elio Motors coming to old GM plant

City, parish state and even national leaders gathered at the old GM plant in Caddo Parish on Thursday.

Lt. Gov. Dardenne reschedules Shreveport music event

Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne is rescheduling the Louisiana Soundtrack Experience Series in Shreveport. Originally slated for Jan. 19, the concert, film screening and panel discussion will take place Feb. 23.

I-20 Construction

Driving on interstate 20 for the next few months? You might want to give yourself more time to get to your destination.

Officer put on leave was arrested

A Shreveport police officer who was placed on administrative leave was booked in a Caddo Correctional Center.

2 severely injured in suspected impaired driver crash

Two northwest Louisiana men were seriously injured Wednesday night after their vehicle ran off  the roadway.

Off-duty firefighter saves woman after crash from burning vehicle

An off-duty firefighter is credited with saving the life of a woman who was trapped in a burning vehicle after a crash.