Kids taking part in camp at Sci-Port this week likely had no idea that when they hung out with hawks and raptors today, they were actually learning about science, which was exactly the goal Sci-Port had in mind when they scheduled to bring in t
Caddo Commission Joyce Bowman knows it's likely none of the blood donated at the blood drive hosted by Blue Cliff College in Shreveport will help her, as she battles lung cancer that has now spread to her brain.
From potholes to bumpy rides to the grocery store, one thing is for sure, Shreveport streets need major improvement.
The City has started on street repair projects but some of those could be in jeopardy of being postponed.
A Tulsa dentist who health investigators say may have exposed thousands of patients to HIV and hepatitis because of unsanitary practices also allowed "unauthorized, unlicensed" employees to perform intravenous sedation of patients, Su
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced that beginning Monday, April 1, construction work will begin on La. 511 (East 70th Street), from La. 523 (Line Avenue) to Fern Avenue.
Like it or not, it looks like the Affordable Care Act will go into effect October 1st.
With all of the proposed changes, organizations from different arenas have formed together to educate people on healthcare reform.