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Shreveport Police searching for gunman in shooting that injures two people

Two men are recovering from injuries suffered following a shooting Tuesday afternoon in Shreveport's Queensborough neighborhood.

AT&T donates $5k to Project Celebration to help with shelter operations

AT&T gave a check for $5,000 to Project Celebration during a press conference Tuesday morning. The agency took over the domestic violence program this summer for four parishes across northwest Louisiana.

Shreveport Fire Department offers fire safety tips

It's that time of year again when people turn on their heaters to warm themselves up, but you could be putting yourself in more danger if you are not careful.

Preferred Care at Home of NWLA offers seniors free memory screenings

As part of National Memory Screening Day, qualified healthcare professionals administered the screenings and provided seniors with educational tools about memory concerns, brain health, and caregiving. 

Local school fills boxes for Operation Christmas Child

One local school got together for a packing party to help children all around the world

Police ID man connected with Shreveport armed robbery

Shreveport Police are searching for a suspect in the armed robbery of a local business several months ago.

Food Bank receives donation from Ameriprise to help with the holidays

With Thanksgiving being only two weeks away the Food Bank desperately needs donations and volunteers to feed the less fortunate. The Food Bank relies on everyone to do their part to end hunger.

Local library offers fine forgiveness for a donation of a non-perishable good

A local library is using the holiday season to forgive and to donate. Shreve Memorial Library is hosting amnesty days which started Monday and end on December 19th.

3-year-old girl dies after being shot in the head on Friday

Shreveport Police confirm a three year old child dies after a shooting that happened on Friday. They said Paris Hill died at University Health Sunday afternoon.

Holiday Market Pop Up is in full swing

"Lot of great art, lot of great people, lot of great food," said shopper, Willie Rushing.  The final pop up project of the year is here and you're in for a real treat.