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The popularity of craft brewing is skyrocketing in the United States with an estimated 13.2 million barrels of craft beer produced in 2112.
Re: "I-49 projects progress," Nov. 16, 1A; "State body OKs $100M I-49 bonds," Nov. 25, 3A I recently made a trip to Seoul, South Korea, for business and a little R&R.
The Shreveport Police Department, partnering with the local Target retail store, will be hosting the "Heroes & Helpers" shopping event to be held Friday at 4:30 p.m. The Target store is located at 7110 Youree Drive in southeast Shreveport.
A local man is left recovering from minor injuries following an overnight shooting in Shreveport's Cherokee Park neighborhood.
Fatuous war news made the front pages of Times readers' papers this day in 1941, with unsubstantiated wire stories on third and fourth attacks on Hawaii by Japanese bombers the Sunday of the actual Pearl Harbor attack and the Monday following.
A delegation of five Turkish judges is in Shreveport through Saturday as part of the congressionally sponsored Open World Leadership Center.
To learn more about the school, call 869-5011 or visit centenary.edu. Gold Dome Concerts will present Christmas favorite Josh Wilson on Dec. 17 in the Centenary Gold Dome.
Shreveport police are seeking the public's help in locating a missing teen who has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday.
The Little Free Library on Dudley Street and Highland Avenue in Shreveport is missing.
Shreveport, Louisiana is now the second city in the state , to pass a "fairness ordinance" protecting LGBT people, the Times-Picayune reports : While state law does not bar discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, Shreveport voted 6-1 on Tuesday to pass a local ordinance banning discrimination based on these factors as well as ... (more)
The Christmas in the Hills Old Fashioned Christmas Parade will roll this Saturday through Shreveport's Southern Hills neighborhood.
A Georgia woman says she wants answers after an apparent prank in a local home improvement store restroom left her with serious injuries.
We have been blessed with a number of dog stories in The Times of late, including a report that some American communities are using DNA tests to locate errant animals that have deposited their excrement on private property.
Friends and family will celebrate the life of Annie Bond -- a Bossier mother killed last month -- with a memorial service Friday.
If the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, sometimes two apples will land on similar turf.