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Friday, September 19, 2014 - 11:38am

Will downtown festivals bring people back to downtown?

Downtown Shreveport was a bustling hotspot over the weekend. There was the Louisiana Film Prize, plays, museums, charity walks, and of course, the Red River Revel.

City of Shreveport sued by rape victim

It's not everyday that the city of Shreveport is compared to the Bush Doctrine, but that's exactly how attorney Joel Pearce sees it.

Man arrested in plot to blow up 48 churches in Oklahoma

Authorities in Oklahoma have arrested and charged a 23-year-old man who they say planned to blow up 48 area churches.

Sex offender accused of unusual Obama, Romney threats

A convicted sex offender was arrested and charged with making death threats against President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

ETX bus flips after getting plowed into by truck

One person has been hospitalized following a two-vehicle traffic accident involving a Marshall ISD school bus.

Jerry Sandusky plans to speak at sentencing hearing

The attorney for convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky says the former Penn State assistant football coach plans to assert his innocence during a sentencing hearing Tuesday.

Shreveport officer charged with assaulting husband

Shreveport Police officials have charged a Shreveport communications officer with a misdemeanor following a complaint received by the department this morning.

"Kitchen Nightmares" Starts Cooking Friday, October 26

  All-new episodes of KITCHEN NIGHTMARES, 

Man with alleged BAC three times legal limit had 2 children in vehicle

Two people were arrested for DWI and a third was issued a summons after a man was found driving a vehicle with two children as his passengers. The arrests were made due to citizen complaints.