Students travel through bodies to learn about being healthy

Students at Meadowview Elementary in Bossier City got a chance to see what happens inside the body, all from walking through a larger than life body.

New community garden brings produce to the low income

Downtown Shreveport is growing, but with no grocery store in the area, many residents, especially the low income and homeless, have trouble finding fresh produce.

Councilman to host informational meetings

District G Councilman Sam Jenkins will host two informational meetings to talk about the city's crime and litter problem next Monday and Tuesday from 6p.m till 7p.m at Bilberry Park.

One dead in two-vehicle wreck on I-20, traffic being re-routed

One woman is dead in a two vehicle crash today. It happened at 2:00 p.m. on Interstate 20 just east of Industrial Drive.

Loomis employee arrested for theft

An employee of Loomis armored transport was arrested on Monday for stealing money from a business on her route, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Alumna Wendy Colonna to hold concert at NSU October 12

Singer Wendy Colonna will hold an album release concert at Northwestern State University Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Collins Pavilion near the Athletic Fieldhouse. Admission is by donation. Students are admitted free.

DPS arrests 1,600 drunk drivers during holiday enforcement

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers made more than 1,600 DWI arrests during a special enforcement period recently, which included the Labor Day holiday.

Jazz Fest Foundation supports Demon band

The Natchitoches Jazz/R & B Foundation donated funds to sponsor the Demon pep band that performs at Northwestern State University basketball home games to provide the band with polo shirts for performances, meals on game day and incidentals

Votes are there to break shutdown, but not the will

President Barack Obama appeared Tuesday to have enough support in the House to approve legislation to reopen the federal government, which has been partially closed for a week over a bitter policy dispute with Republicans on health care.

Couple provide $10 million to keep Head Start programs open

Early childhood programs for low-income families in six states, forced to close because of the government shutdown, will reopen with the help of $10 million in emergency funding from billionaire Houston couple Laura and John Arnold, the Nationa