SHREVEPORT — As of this morning, close to three thousand in Caddo parish and more than four thousand in Bossier parish were without power.
The Shreveport Times reports around 20 thousand people were without power at some point.
Soldiers battling their way into a Taliban stronghold along the Afghan border seized passports that may be linked to 9/11 suspects, as they confront an enemy skilled in operating in a mountainous terrain with endless ways to wage a guerrilla war.
Bossier City Police Department
BOSSIER CITY MAYOR, POLICE AND FIRE CHIEFS MONITOR POTENTIAL FLOODING SITUATION AND PREPARING TO RESPOND ACCORDINGLY
Bossier City Mayor Lorenz "Lo" Walker, Police Chief Mike Halphen and Fir
SHREVEPORT — Shreveport officials have lowered the number of downtown parking tickets before the vehicle can become impounded.
Currently, vehicles with license plates connected to three or more overdue fines can get booted.
Soon, cars and
The Federal Aviation Administration violated its own rules by taking more than 40 minutes to alert the military after losing communication with a Northwest Airlines flight last week, according to officials.
SHREVEPORT — A private aircraft ran off the runway this morning at Shreveport regional airport.
Officials say the plane went into a grassy area next to the runway.
The fire department was called to the scene at around 11:30 this morni