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Friday, September 19, 2014 - 11:38am

Local group supports chickens in the city

As food prices rise, a new scene is unveiled in America's backyards. People are trying to live life more sustainably, says Ark-La-Tex resident Sarah Touchstone, so they're producing more of their own food.

UPDATE: See statement given by witness in Cain harassment scandal here

The witness in the newest sexual assault allegations against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is Dr. Victor Zuckerman. a pediatrician at Ruston Pediatric Associates. With his attorney, Gloria Allred, Dr.

Detectives collecting clues in Burger King robbery

The Burger King restaurant in the 1700 block of North Market was robbed Thursday night.

"No Cash" bill creates confusion, controversy

This summer, the Louisiana legislature passed a seemingly routine bill to deter copper thieves. However, some confusing language in HB 195  has caused an uproar from bloggers and social networking sites.

Marine Corps celebrates 236th birthday

WASHINGTON — Before the United States was born, there was a Marine Corps. For the last 236 years Marines have fought tirelessly to preserve the freedom of the United States and the traditions of the Corps.

Woodlawn coach slaps student across face

A coach at Woodlawn Leadership Academy was arrested this morning for slapping a student across the face, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Two Shreveport men arrested for burglary

Caddo Sheriff deputies arrest two men Wednesday for burglary in south Shreveport.

Portion of Swan Lake Road to close this weekend

A portion of Swan Lake Road will be closed to motor vehicle traffic this Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13, 2011 while construction crews replace the railroad crossing just south of Viking Drive.

Confirmed tornado damages Logansport home

Crews are still working to clear roads and power lines after severe weather swept through the Ark-La-Tex Tuesday evening, including a confirmed EF-2 tornado that touched down in DeSoto Parish.

More than a dozen arrested at carnival sting

Sheriff Steve Prator and Chief Willie Shaw announced that the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit conducted an operation to attempt to curtail the possession, use and distribution of illegal drugs at the State Fair of Louisiana.