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Webster Parish Police Jury responds to NAACP request

Reverend Kenneth Wallace of the Minden branch of the NAACP requested that the Webster Parish Police Jury apologize for the 1946 lynching death of Corporal John C. Jones.

Free spay and neutering for Highland neighborhood stray cats

Robinson’s Rescue today announced the launch of its Free Feral Cat Program, made possible in part by a generous grant from the ASPCA® (the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®).

Knox County "Jane Doe" could be from the Ark-La-Tex

In a Knox County case from 1987, a woman believed to be in her 20s was picked up by some truckers at the truck stop on I-81 in Bulls Gap, TN.

Clear water solution

After months of searching for options, Caddo Parish officials say there is finally a permanent solution for Wells Island Road residents.

Shreveport Police looking for pictures from the past for yearbook

Shreveport Police Department is making an effort to complete portions of the Shreveport Police Department's Historical Yearbook.

3-year-old Benton child accidently shot in grandmother's home

A Benton child was shot when a gun accidentally discharged in the child's grandmother's home. On Monday, Benton Police were called to a house on Scarborough Road on reports of shots fired.

Domestic incident ends in stabbing

An early morning stabbing leaves a Shreveport man in serious but stable condition following a domestic incident that occurred at a west Shreveport home.

Shreveport man in shots fired incident captured by authorities

An ongoing investigation led to the arrest of a Shreveport man accused of firing multiple shots at two men near south east Shreveport last week.

New Boston: Do they mind their newfound popularity?

New Boston may be home to just over 4,500 people, but its small size isn't keeping it from being national news.