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Agents raiding suspected meth house in Shreveport

UPDATE: According to Lt. Carl Townley with the Shreveport Narcotics Task Force, the home on the 1300 block of Bryant Street and St.

One arrested in connection with Tuesday evening shooting

A Shreveport man has been arrested a man in connection with a Tuesday evening shooting. The shooting happened shortly after 6 p.m. in the 2700 block of Randolph Street.

Alleged robber arrested after beating man while high

Police have arrested a local man following a robbery that happened on Tuesday near downtown Shreveport.

Pair of school arrests prompts reaction from parents

A Caddo Parish teenager is charged with drug distribution after police say he sold Xanax pills to classmates. The 15-year-old Hamilton Terrace student was reportedly selling the medication for a dollar per pill.

March for Meals raises money for senior program

The Caddo Council on Aging held its annual "March for Meals" in downtown Shreveport Wednesday. Dozens joined in the parade to support donations to Meals on Wheels, which hand-delivers lunches to hundreds of Caddo Parish seniors.

Job fair draws hundreds of veterans

The latest job reports are looking up, but there's still one group suffering from disproportionate unemployment...veterans returning from overseas.

Alleged drunken driver in serious condition after motorcycle wreck

A Sibley man was seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash late Monday night. Troopers responded to the crash at around 11:40 pm, which happened on US Hwy 371 south of Sibley, LA in Webster Parish.

Officials charge Haughton man with 20 more counts of child porn

Bossier Sheriff officials have added 23 additional counts of video voyeurism and child pornography against a Haughton man Monday afternoon.

Fire breaks out at propeller plant

Shreveport fire crews are still on the scene of a fire that broke out at a propeller manufacturing company. Fire officials say the blaze began around 8:30 this morning at PowerTech Propellers on Kingston Road.

Flea season heats up along with the weather

As temperatures rise, so do the numbers and fleas and ticks...which could spell trouble for Fido. This year's mild winter may have an even bigger impact, according to Dr. Valri E. Brown of the Dog and Cat Clinic in Shrevepot.