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Shoplifter flees Dillard’s store in stolen vehicle from Texas

A Texas man was arrested last week on a theft charge and fleeing in a stolen vehicle. On Friday, Oct.

Crime Stoppers tip leads to arrest of business burglar

Detectives with the Shreveport Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit have arrested a man believed to be responsible for committing multiple business burglaries in the Cedar Grove neighborhood.

Additional charges filed against Wilhite, accused child molester held without bond

Detectives with the Bossier City Police Department Juvenile Crimes Unit obtained additional arrest warrants for 52-year-old Stacey Glenn Wilhite of Bossier City for two counts of molestation of a j

Shreveport man accused of improper acts with juveniles

A Shreveport man is in jail charged with indecent behavior with juveniles and sexual battery, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Shreveporter Tobias Williams, 31, arrested on three counts of second-degree murder in connection with slayings that occurred on October 6, 2020, in the 1500 block of Garden Street in Shreveport, is

Life

The Shreveport Bossier area has been the home to thousands of veterans, of which I am one. Veterans from all over the country, now call the Shreveport Bossier area, home.

SHREVEPORT, La., – Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) donated 1,400 pounds of food and supplies to the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana this week.

The BPCC Foundation, Inc. has received a $20,000 private gift from Brookshire Grocery Company to establish a new scholarship for BPCC students.

Shreveport, LA – Prize Fest, an online Film, Music, Food, Fashion and Startup Festival, announced its winners tonight in a live broadcasted awards show watched throughout the country and the world.

The Shreveport Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is presenting two free outdoor concerts on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25 at Betty Virginia Park in Shreveport.

Columns & Opinions

Halloween Torch

In ancient times, the Celt dressed in trange costumes to scare the spirits that were killing the crops in the fal l.

Since it looks like this horrible coronavirus isn't going away soon, we might as well take a few steps to make our lives more comfortable over the winter. Here are some ideas:

A data breach occurred at the Department of Veterans Affairs when thieves attempted to divert medical payment funds at the Financial Services Center away from community hea lth care providers that

DEAR PAW'S CORNER: Last year, my kids dumped out their trick-or-treat candy on the kitchen table to sort through. Halfway through it, they got distracted and left.

Settle Talk: Heartbreak looms for most local political candidates

Mark it down.

Nov. 3 will be a long, long day for local political candidates.

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