Local News

Route to better streets

Shreveport City Officials are taking another route before making any repairs to city streets. The City plans to hire a firm to help study street conditions.

Update: South Bossier boil advisory

A boil advisory is still in affect for select residents in south bossier until tomorrow. Sligo Water System officials say that they are currently working water samples.

LSU to honor heroes that save lives

Ask Sharon Washington the day that her life changed, and she can tell you without a doubt; September 4, 2005.

Early evening hit and run kills cyclist

Authorities have confirmed the identity of the bicyclist that was killed in east Shreveport Friday night. The man is identified as Samuel Leon Smith, 71. He died at a local hospital yesterday evening.

Shreveport Police looking for missing woman

Shreveport Police are looking for a missing woman. Police are asking for help to locate a Shreveport woman who investigators believe may be in imminent danger.

Newly paved runway open

When you fly in or out of Shreveport Regional Airport, you might notice some major runway improvements.

Fire destroys Shreveport house

Residents in a Shreveport neighborhood woke up a little earlier than expected to a large fire that destroyed a Shreveport house this morning. The fire happened early this morning in the 300 Block of College Street in Shreveport.

SCAM ALERT: Utilities scammers targeting victims by phone

Utility companies throughout the US and Canada are warning their customers about a new con. Scammers are calling residents and impersonating utility staff, claiming to be collecting on late bills.

Peaceful protesters upset about being denied access

Locked doors greeted 7 ladies Wednesday morning when they went to deliver some papers to Representative Seabaugh's Legislative Assistant. Locked doors and am armed Shreveport Police Officer.

Drug take back day

The Caddo Sheriff's Department along with the Shreveport Police Department is asking residents to be proactive this coming Saturday.