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Shreveport Police Chief places officer on administrative leave

Shreveport Police Chief Willie Shaw has placed a police officer on administrative Thursday morning, following an allegation of possible policy violations.

Delta Air Lines to close Memphis hub after summer travel season, eliminate nonstop service to/from Shreveport

On Tuesday, June 4, Delta Air Lines announced the upcoming closure of its hub in Memphis effective September 3. This reduction in service will include the elimination of nonstop service to/from Shreveport.

NSU floral design class to begin June 15

Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education will offer a class on basic floral design beginning Saturday, June 15.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Waterfall Creek Pecan Farm

Pecan pie, pecan pralines, pecan salad; I'll eat pecans in any form; I love them all.

Smoke alarms save 3 lives

Just after 12:30 Wednesday afternoon, the Shreveport Fire Department was called out to the 3700 block of Glencrest Street in West Shreveport after a child's bedroom caught on fire.The fire station is just a few blocks away, and although fir

Bossier Schools donates $7600 to Red Cross

The Bossier School System held a special ceremony today to present a check worth $7600 to the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Red Cross to help with assisting victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes.

Filling "Empty Bowls"

The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana is hosting its’ biggest event of the year.

Bossier Power Equipment presents Oklahoma tornado victims donation drive

Bossier Power Equipment is collecting items for the victims of the recent tornados in Oklahoma. Donations will be accepted now through Tuesday, June 11th. The truck will leave for Oklahoma Wednesday, June 12th.

LSBDC sets up emergency alert system

The Louisiana Small Business Development Center has launched a statewide mobile emergency alert system that delivers immediate updates via SMS text messaging to help small businesses prepare for hurricane season.

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.