Home / News / Caddo News
April 24 12:32 PM
In recent days, CPSO has received reports from citizens who have received text messages allegedly from their banks stating their bank card has been locked. The message directs them to call a phone number that is provided. Upon doing so, they are asked for the card information, including the pin number, to reactivate the card.
April 24 12:32 PM
The “Buckle Up in Your Truck” promotion runs April 20-26. Grants from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission will allow Caddo deputies and other law enforcement officers across the state to work extra hours enforcing Louisiana’s seat belt law while focusing on pickups.
April 13 12:33 PM
According to the 2018 Turkey Regulations, no person shall hunt or take turkeys by the aid of baiting or on or over a baited area. Hunters are not allowed to place, expose, deposit or scattercorn, wheat or other grain, salt or other feed to lure turkeys to their hunting area.
March 09 12:56 PM
Paid internship opportunities are available at each of Shreve Memorial Library’s 21 branches and Support Services Center beginning May 23. These fun and interesting career opportunities provide students with an inside look at the operations of the library system while allowing them to earn money while they learn and prepare for their future.
March 09 12:56 PM
On Tuesday, narcotics agents executed a search warrant at 417 Brushy Bayou, where they made contact with 46-year-old Anthony Warric Murray. During the search, agents seized the marijuana, along with $8,545 in cash and a handgun. The street value of the marijuana is estimated at $174,493.
March 09 12:56 PM
The operation was conducted on March 1 and 2 in east Shreveport, Agents seized 266.2 grams of suspected marijuana with a street value of $2,662, 8.9 grams of suspected meth (street value $1,068), two doses of Xanax (street value $20) and 0.4 gram of suspected crack cocaine (street value $20).
March 05 03:02 PM
In addition to monetary donations, people can support the Salvation Army in other ways, such as volunteering to help out in the kitchen. “We serve food every day. We’re always in need of food banks for the food that we give out to clients that come through our program.
February 16 01:44 PM
SPD Police Chief Alan Crump said, “The men and women of the Shreveport Police Department value the relationships that we have with our community partners, and we look to strengthen them each day that we serve this city. What you have done is beyond words.

Digital Edition

click on cover to view digital version

Online Puzzels