Improving City streets

From potholes to bumpy rides to the grocery store, one thing is for sure, Shreveport streets need major improvement. The City has started on street repair projects but some of those could be in jeopardy of being postponed.

OK dentist may have exposed 7,000 patients to HIV, Hepatitis

A Tulsa dentist who health investigators say may have exposed thousands of patients to HIV and hepatitis because of unsanitary practices also allowed "unauthorized, unlicensed" employees to perform intravenous sedation of patients, Su

DOTD to begin construction

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced that beginning Monday, April 1, construction work will begin on La. 511 (East 70th Street), from La. 523 (Line Avenue) to Fern Avenue.

Victims identified in fatal Shelby Co. crash

One person is dead and two are injured after a wreck in Shelby County. On Thursday around 2:50 p.m., an 18-wheeler and a truck were involved in a crash on Highway 7,  just east of Center.

Changes to health care: new education coalition

Like it or not, it looks like the Affordable Care Act will go into effect October 1st. With all of the proposed changes, organizations from different arenas have formed together to educate people on healthcare reform.

Fast Fact Friday: Al Sharpton

Here's an in-depth look at the life of Rev. Al Sharpton, political activist and Baptist minister. Personal: Birth date: October 3, 1954 Birth place: Brooklyn, New York

Coalition looks to educate people on healthcare reform changes

The Louisiana Healthcare Education Coalition took over the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce Thursday morning, for the Northwest Louisiana launch of the group, aimed at helping people navigate through the upcoming changes to health care.

Shreveport Dog Park Alliance sues Mayor Glover

Late Thursday afternoon, the Shreveport Dog Park Alliance followed up on a promise they had told Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover would be coming.