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Shreveport Fire Department Chief Scott Wolverton ordered the immediate closure of Shreveport Fire Station 4, located at 2200 Milam Street in the Lakeside community, because of possible COVID-19 exp

Police charge man with shooting in Cedar Grove

Shreveport police violent crimes investigators have jailed a man following a late night shooting in west Shreveport’s Cedar Grove neighborhood Saturday.

Three arrested in possession of vehicle of missing Ariz. man believed to be deceased

Three people were arrested Sunday after they were found to be in a vehicle belonging to a missing man believe to be deceased.

Man throws flower pot at car, charged with criminal damage

A Bossier City man was arrested last week on a charge of simple criminal damage to property after he damaged another person’s car.

 Search warrant yields drugs, firearms after investigation

The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit has jailed a man accused of drug distribution and firearms related offenses in connection with a weeks-long investigation in west Shreveport.


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Tornadoes can occur year-round anywhere over the lower 48 of the United States, but the spring to summer period is prime time for severe thunderstorms that spawn the violent swirling columns of air

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With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forcing t

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Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins has declared a State of Public Health Emergency for the City of Shreveport and ordered that that restaurants limit their operations to curb-side or drive-thru pickup

Columns & Opinions

In the fog ...

I arise hoping for sunshine, but the sun does not shine. Instead the world is shrouded in fog. A cool mist hangs in the air, and visibility is so low I can barely see the trees down the street.

The American Electric Power Foundation has announced $42,000 in emergency funding for a Shreveport nonprofit impacted by COVID-19 in Southwestern Electric Power Co’s (SWEPCO) service area.

Focus On Farming

Last Monday about noon, a real change came over our little part of the Ark-La-Tex, when the Texas Louisiana Line was closed to traveling from Louisiana into Texas.

Where are the Chromebooks?

Were we, the Caddo Parish School Board, really prepared to meet the continuance of the academic needs of the boys and girls of the Caddo Parish public school system?

Reader Opinion Hotline

In regards to your article concerning church fellowship, people of faith do not walk in the fears that those who do not live a life for God.

The Inquisitor

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