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Vintage WWII bomber legacy trip to Shreveport

Texas Raiders, an authentically restored B-17 Bomber, landed in Shreveport today to celebrate the seventy-five year legacy of the Flying Fortress and introduce this segment of history to the visiting public.

NSU professor named 2013 Fellow ASRT

Dr. Laura Carwile Aaron, director and graduate coordinator in the Department of Allied Health at Northwestern State University, was named a 2013 Fellow of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT).

Final pieces hoisted atop One World Trade Center

As construction workers cheered, the final two pieces of a 408-foot spire were hoisted high above their heads Thursday to the top of One World Trade Center.

Bossier FOP joins high school student in saving lives of officers

      The Bossier Chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #39 has joined forces with a local high school senior in providing the Bossier City Police Department with a lifesaving tool.

Woman shot following argument

A local woman is recovering from injury Thursday night after being shot following an alleged argument in Shreveport's Sunset Acres neighborhood.

Emergency response agencies hold disaster drill

An accident with multiple fatalities brought tens of first responders to the 49 in North Caddo Parish.

Truck sales skyrocket nationwide and locally

Car and truck sales were up 8.5% in April 2013 over the previous year, selling 1.285 of them, with trucks being a major seller.

Special election Saturday

Voters will go to the polls and are being asked to renew ten years of taxes for the Caddo School Board.

Walking for water

Second grader Olivia Towns wanted to make a difference not just locally but on an international scale.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Natchitoches Alligator Park

With over 2 million alligators calling Louisiana home, I don't think it should shock anybody that I refuse to go into any ponds, lakes or rivers.