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Flower Frenzy

One local Shreveport florist says this year has been the busiest Valentines Day ever since she has been in business. Millions of flowers will be given as gifts tomorrow across the country and behind every great gift is hard work.

Chris Kyle autobiography flying off East Texas' shelves

Earlier this week, Texans mourned the loss of an American hero, Texan and dedicated veteran advocate.

Restaurant openings set to boost local economy

From the beginning of the new year, Shreveport foodies have been celebrating the anticipated opening a new restaurants set to open all over town.

Man who stole guns during jail escape booked on 2005 warrant

A man who stole guns in Caddo Parish while on the lam from a Jackson, MS, jail in 2005, has been returned to Caddo Parish on an outstanding warrant.

Man wanted for local check fraud extradited from Las Vegas

Authorities extradited a Georgia man Friday to Caddo Parrish for allegedly stealing money from a local business and fleeing the state.

Former treasurer allegedly steals $31K from church

Authorities arrested Monday a former church treasurer for allegedly stealing more than $31,000 from his employer.

Empowering women with self-defense skills

For the 40 women who signed up for a self-defense course put on by the Bossier Sheriff's office, the weekend was all about empowerment.

Can you identify this robber?

Authorities need your help to identify a man accused of robbing a woman at gun point while in the parking lot of a local shopping mall.

Bossier Parish Community College presents: Black History Month 2013

Bossier Parish Community College announces events scheduled for Black History Month 2013:   Take Me Back: A Tribute to Gospel Music February 21 – 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Providence House celebrates Mardi Gras

Just like most people in the Arklatex have been celebrating Mardi Gras by holding and attending parades, the same is true for Shreveport's Providence House.