Governor John Bel Edwards Wins Re-Election
Several media sources have called the race in favor of Governor Edwards.
Election Night Coverage & Results – November 16 2019
Will we have a new Governor? Will the bond issues pass in Shreveport? Keep up with the results here.
BREAKING: Fatal Shooting in Shreveport
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in the Caddo Heights neighborhood. A man was found dead in the 1500 block of Clover Street. Part of the street is currently shut down. It is unclear if any arrests have been made at this time. We'll keep you updated with any developments in this story..…
[UPDATE] Body Found Off Of Monkhouse On I-20 Westbound
The investigation is ongoing and we'll keep you up to date with any developments as soon as we get them.
UPDATE: Alleged Gunman is Killed
An alleged gunman who shot at police earlier today has been killed.
Animal Services Director In Dog House After Posting Nazi Photos
Everett Harris is in big trouble after 'accidentally' publishing a photo to their Facebook which depicted dogs marked the Star of David and Nazi SS bolts.
SOBO Night Was a Huge Success!
The 6th annual South Bossier Spirit Night, better known as SOBO Night, was another huge success!
Shreveport Continues To Honor and Support Thomas LaValley
Help support the family of fallen Shreveport Police Officer Thomas LaValley.
Filmmaker Is Raising Awareness For Victims Of Red River Flooding
Filmmaker John Phelan is hoping to raise awareness for people struggling to rebuild after the historic Red River flooding two months ago. His short documentary focuses on Sammy Charchio, a Wells Island Road resident, who's home of 65 years was destroyed by several feet of water...
(WATCH) Memorial Service Underway for SPD Officer Thomas LaValley
The service for slain Shreveport Police officer Thomas LaValley is currently underway at Summer Grove Baptist Church.
BREAKING: Alleged Bomb Threat at Broadmoor Library
Officers were called to the scene just before 4PM today.
La. AG to Clerks: No Need to Marry Gays Just Yet
Louisiana's attorney general says it is not necessary for court officials to immediately begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples even though the U.S. Supreme Court upheld gay marriage nationwide Friday.