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A woman who was reported missing was found dead at a local hospital early Wednesday morning.

Local man sentenced to 19 years in prison for selling drugs and possessing firearms

A Shreveport man was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Donald E. Walter.

Police seek identities of burglary suspects

Shreveport police detectives are asking the public’s help to identify four suspects believed responsible for a business burglary, which occurred in the 5800 block of East King Highway on Tuesday.

Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office Bookings

SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

DeSoto Parish Sheriff

SEPTEMBER 9, 2020

Life

CenterPoint Energy makes donations to local non-profits assisting with Hurricane Laura recovery

Last Friday, CenterPoint Energy presented $10,000 donation checks to the United Way of Northeast Louisiana and Rolling Hills Ministries in support of their efforts assisting those impacted by Hurri

Faces of Shreveport Common II

Twelve artists from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council’s program ARTIST UP!

One of the world's largest singing organizations for women will host a Virtual Global Open House during October, and Ruston's a cappella chorus is inviting area female singers to take part.

If you have been missing live music, you'll have a chance to enjoy some this fall. The Shreveport Symphony is teaming up with Shreve Memorial Library to present a series of drive-in concerts.

Walter B. Jacobs Nature park a local treasure that needs upgrading

Caddo Parish’s Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park, just west of Blanchard, is a local treasure familiar to many students, families, and nature lovers throughout the Ark-La-Tex.

Columns & Opinions

Settle Talk

On Oct. 13, the Shreveport City Council will vote on a resolution to authorize Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins to execute a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement (CEA) for fund a disparity study.

In a time of crisis, leadership matters

Gov. John Bel Edwards, who has his critics with respect to the state’s response to the coronavirus, has shown what real leadership can do in the face of crisis.

Sometimes days are just hard

Everyone knows this, but I have to say, life is hard! There are those days that it seems you cannot catch a break. Some days it is just too painful to try to find the bright side.

Listen Up: They ‘weighted’ too late

Prior to the pandemic, my friend and I were working out at the fitness center. K. W., as I refer to my friend, looked across the floor at an individual and uttered, “They waited too late.”

The joys of getting your first car by yourself

So, I did something. I really did something quite grown up. I bought a car.

The Inquisitor

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