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Shreveport PD arrest two for operating meth lab

Two people were arrested after a search of their residence at 1100 block of St. Vincent Street in Shreveport uncovered ingredients used to make meth.

Facebook posts claiming attempted Bossier City child abductions

There are posts circulating on Facebook claiming allegations of several recent attempted child abductions in Bossier City involving a man in a white van. This is not the case.

2013 Cross Lake Flotilla scheduled for Saturday

The Shreveport Police Department invites you to come out and enjoy a day long event featuring music, food and fun on the water.

Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Stevens honored with scholarship

Former students, family and friends honored a retired Northwestern State University professor and his wife to acknowledge help and support they received from the couple while earning their undergraduate degrees.

Results of Bossier City police safety checkpoint

 The Bossier City Police Department conducted a safety checkpoint in the 900 block of Swan Lake Road today as part of the department’s continued participation in the Click It or Ticket initiative sponsored by the National Highway Saf

Funeral arrangements planned for Caddo Commissioner Joyce Bowman

A public funeral has been planned for late Caddo Commissioner Joyce Bowman after she passed away Sunday morning.

Shreveport family raising money to give their son a chance to be cured

Local educators, Mary Margaret and Daron Lusk, want their youngest son to be able to do all of the things 3 year olds are generally doing; but for Tiser, that's not a possibility at the moment.

WANTED: Three men accused of stealing $1m of copper wire

Three men are wanted for allegedly stealing $1 million worth of copper wire from a drilling company. Officials say they managed to get away with the crime 6 times already.

Fighting for decent water

Residents in Haughton’s Oak Haven community have been without working water since last Friday and now the water is back on but residents say the issue is now water pressure.

Some unhappy with Biomedical regarding LSU hospital management

In March, Biomedical Research Foundation began speaking with the LSU Board of Supervisors about managing LSU Hospital in Shreveport and also EA Conway in Monroe, leaving hospital employees on edge.