According to Shreveport Director of Water and Sewerage, the city's drinking water is not at risk of harboring the deadly amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, making sure chlorine levels are at an adequate level to kill off the amoeba.
A new, 2,700 square foot facility at LSU Health Shreveport will enhance the training power of the institution for surgery residents and provide a place for practicing surgeons to get hands-on instruction for new techniques and re-credentialing.
One person was taken to a local hospital Friday morning after their car slammed into a school bus in southwest Shreveport. The accident occurred near the intersection of Mansfield Road and Jewella Avenue at around 7:30 a.m.
3 year old Tiser Lusk was born with severe jaundice, which led to kernicterus, a condition that has left him with very little muscle control, making it hard for him to have the life that other toddlers take for granted.