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Local attorney arrested for hacking computer files

A Louisiana attorney has been arrested for illegally accessing and disclosing confidential court documents, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Man arrested for murder attempt on police officer

Investigators with the Shreveport Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit have arrested a man for cutting an officer in the throat in an attempt to avoid arrest.

Shreveport police seek Identity of theft suspect

Shreveport police need the public’s help in identifying a man wanted in connection with a theft.

Theft suspect sought

On June 6, Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to a business in the 7400 block of Youree Drive on reports of a female committing a theft.

Man arrested after assaulting officer with vehicle

Shreveport police have charged a man with aggravated assault with a vehicle following a weekend incident that left an officer with minor injuries.


SEARCY, Ark. — More than 800 students received diplomas and will be recognized as Harding University graduates during a virtual ceremony on Aug. 15.

Well, here we are, folks! Getting down to the wire and the dreaded question now must be answered: Will there be college football?

The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana added two new “to-go” style lunch meal to children 18 years or younger between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Historic Tax Credits

Everyone has a favorite tool. My father favored a butter knife, the heel of a handy shoe and some salty language when his homemade fix inevitably did not work.

Caddo Schools leaders begin service in new roles

Preparing for the 2020-2021 school year, seven veteran professionals are beginning their new roles in efforts to support students and staff.

Columns & Opinions

Geez, it’s almost a month to Labor Day.

In the "good ol’ days," local political races started on the first Monday in September at a big Labor Day Rally at Hamel's Park.

Does Perkins have a platform to run on for U.S. Senate?

My initial thought was “Is he serious?”

30-Second Read: Resilience

It’s silly to name a plant. But today, an exception.

Meet Resilience, the lucky bamboo in the accompanying photo.

Caddo School system — We still have a ways to go

Excitement is in the air. Graduates graduating. Graduates about to embark on another chapter in their lives. How prepared are the graduates of the Caddo Parish public school system?

Sorting out the confusion on Caddo judge races

In the last few weeks yard signs for judicial candidates have popped up like spring weeds.

The Inquisitor

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