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Authorities are investigating a late night crash in north Shreveport that left a woman dead.
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Traditional or contemporary? When it comes to worshipping, many churches make that decision easier by offering both types of services.
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Since 2009, Shreveport citizens have been actively engaged in the process of developing a comprehensive plan to set our city on the path to becoming "The Next Great City of the South."
One of the firefighters mired in a scandal that has rocked the Shreveport Fire Department all the way up to its highest official is wanted for allegedly making threats against the department, authorities said Saturday.
Several protesters rallied this morning outside the craft store Hobby Lobby, standing on East Kings Highway in the punishing heat holding signs with messages such as "Women's rights.
Detectives are working to apprehend a teenager they believe is responsible for shooting a woman in west Shreveport late last month.
<![CDATA[Celebrating a birthday today: Linda Alexander, of Shreveport. ... Mary Pratt, of Shreveport. ... Annette Brown, of Coushatta. ... Kami Anderson, 12, of Bossier City. ... Cleo Fuller Williams, 79, of Bossier City. ... Savannah Ritchie, 9, of Princeton. ... Ben Dunn Jr., of Shreveport. ... Carlos Pierson, of Shreveport. ... Ethel Alford, 96, of Shreveport. ... Semina Brown Redd, of Shreveport. ... Alison Chrisman, of Shreveport. Editor's note: Caddo, Bossier and DeSoto Animal Control will not pick up all unwanted animals. If you bring in your domestic animal, mainly dogs and cats, the Animal Control office will accept them. Bossier Animal Control, (318) 741-8499, Caddo Animal Control, (318) 226-6624 or DeSoto Animal Control, (318) 871-2900. Dogs and cats are available for adoption at Bossier, Caddo and DeSoto. To place information in Stroller, call (318) 459-3233 between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. weekdays and between 2 and 5 p.m. weekends. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org Label: Attention Stroller.
Rhonda A. Lee , the Black woman who was fired from her meteorologist job in Shreveport, La., after defending her natural hair on the station's Facebook page, has just accepted a job with a national weather channel in Colorado.
Byrd sophomore-to-be Philip Barbaree Jr. fired a final round 66 and cruised to a six-stroke victory at the Louisiana State Junior Championship at Links on the Bayou in Alexandria.
Recently an announcement was made in northwest Louisiana that is undoubtedly one of the most significant in quite some time.
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A former Shreveporter was booked into the Caddo Correctional Center on Thursday to face charges that he murdered a man here in 2004, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.
The holiday weekend has passed us by but that's no reason to stay indoors. Here are 10 things happening on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Shreveport-Bossier City.
A Caddo Parish jury tonight convicted a Shreveport man of second-degree murder in the July 2010 stabbing death of a man whose bloodied body was discovered in a Shreveport hotel room.
Art ruined Peter Fetterman's life. The daily grind of a 9-to-5 job that gets you home each night in time for dinner with the kids and leaves your weekends free to follow the passions that drive you on just those few open hours is more than enough for most.
Charles M. Blow, 43, is a New York Times columnist and CNN commentator, a man who moves in powerful circles that help shape national opinions.
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