Michael Childs, the man who purportedly left a hilarious voice mail message of him providing a play-by-play description of a car accident and describing how a group of four old women beat up a man who hit their car, has Shreveport roots.
When I heard that folks from The Wooden Spoon in Bossier were stopping by with espresso cookies, my first reaction was: espresso cookies exist? I was definitely curious what such a cookie would taste like, so I just had to try one. And I wasn't disappointed.
It's one thing not to be good at twerking. It's quite another to be so bad at it that you end up on fire. But that's exactly what happened to one girl who chose an unfortunate twerking location and forgot to blow out some lit candles.
Senators are just like you and I: They play iPhone games when they probably should be working. Take Senator John McCain, who was caught playing a poker game during a Congressional hearing over possible US military action in Syria. Embarrassing enough, but what's more embarrassing is the game itself. A poker app, Senator? What is this, 2008?
Here are 5 great, free iPhone apps that Sen. McCain should download (if he hasn't already) to get with the times.
Proud parents across Shreveport-Bossier sent us more than 100 amazing pictures of their children headed back to school, all for a shot at a $300 gift card to Walmart that would help cover the cost of supplies. And after receiving hundreds of votes in the contest's poll, we have a winner.
Plenty of people were not happy to learn that Ben Affleck had been cast as the Dark Knight in the next Superman movie, "Man of Steel 2." While most were content spitting their venom on social media sites like Twitter, some took it a step further, petitioning The White House to somehow prevent the actor from portraying Bruce Wayne's alter ego.
A relative of one of our Townsquare Media Shreveport team is fighting brain cancer and needs help. Andrea Elizabeth Davis is only 15 years old, but is now faced with staggering medical expenses after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
Andrea shared her story in a very personal video that we're now sharing with you.
A Canadian family is the focus of national attention this week after receiving a hate letter aimed at their autistic child. The letter, which was signed only "One pissed off mother," was aimed at mom Karla Begley and her autistic son Max. The author refers to the boy as "a nuisance" and "an animal kid."
On August 16, we helped Susan G. Komen punch out breast cancer at Friday in Pink. During the 12-hour fundraiser event at the Shoppes at Bellemead, there was no shortage of pink t-shirts, bracelets, hats and more. Here's a look at all the pink things we saw at the event.
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