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BPCC sees growth

Since coming into the education system in 1967, the Bossier Parish Community College has since then built a new campus, recently graduated its' largest class of seniors and thanks to a 18.5 million dollar grant from the State of Louisiana,

Shreveport's water and sewer rate increase

The Shreveport City Council voted earlier this week to increase the city's water and sewer rates by over sixty percent, so we wanted to know how do residents feel about the increase.  

CPSO offering state training for those seeking concealed handgun permit

The Caddo Sheriff's Office is offering state-required training for anyone 21 and older who wants to obtain a concealed handgun permit, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Shreveport PD hoping for break in 10 year old murder

Shreveport Police Department Homicide investigators are hoping for a break on a homicide which occurred 10 years ago this month.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Dorcheat Historical Museum

With all of the action at Camp Minden over the past year, I've found myself in Webster Parish quite a bit.

Firemen save puppy from burning house‏

Around 4:20, Shreveport Fire Department was called to the 900 block of Dalzell Street where a house had caught on fire.

Shreveport Crime Stoppers offering reward for suspect who stole from supply store

Shreveport Police investigators need assistance in identifying a suspect who, on 8/13 at approximately 2:00 a.m., entered Nichol's Supply, at 4770 Southern Avenue by breaking a front store window, and once inside took numerous items and exi

Fire Captain appears in court

A Shreveport Fire Department Captain at the middle of a fire station scandal was in court today.

Credit Union gives away free gas

Members of the Pelican State Credit Union were out at the Texaco gas station on Youree Drive in Shreveport educating residents about the importance of banking education. In return, drivers received some ease at the pump.

Shreveport approves measure increasing water, sewer rates

The Shreveport City Council approved a measure Wednesday, increasing water and sewer rates around the city. The increase will make water and sewer rates increase by 68 percent.