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Shreveport sits on a low elevation overlooking the Red River and is the commercial and cultural center of the Ark-La-Tex, the area where Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas meet. In 1963, headlines across the country reported that Sam Cooke was arrested after his band tried to register at a "whites only" Holiday Inn in Shreveport. In the months following, Cooke recorded the civil rights era song, A Change Is Gonna Come.

Population: 200145
Local Newspapers: Shreveport Times
Local Sports Teams: Shreveport-Bossier Captains (Minor League Baseball)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University at Shreveport

Zip Codes associated with shreveport, louisiana: 71027 71047 71101 71103 71104 71105 71106 71107 71108 71109 71110 71115 71118 71119 71129
Towns/Cities near shreveport, louisiana : Red Chute Eastwood Greenwood Blanchard Benton Mooringsport

Shreveport News
TS Cindy downgraded to tropical depression

Tropical Storm Cindy has weakened and is now a Tropical Depression that will soon enter the southern Ark-La-Tex and move to near Shreveport by 7 P.M.. Tropical storm force winds of 39 mph or higher are expected closer to the coast, but Cindy is expected to gradually weaken as it tracks toward the ArkLaTex.

Fire ravages Mooretown home, residents escape unscathed

Shreveport firefighters got the call before 7:20 p.m. to a home in the 6800 block of Broadway Avenue. The 7StormTeam believes the center circulation of Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall between Holly Beach and Johnson Bayou in Cameron Parish at about 2 a.m. Official word will be coming out from the National Hurricane Center at about 4 a.m. Click HERE for more.

Residents prepare for TS Cindy by loading up on sandbags

With Tropical Storm Cindy expected to impact parts of the ArkLaTex, emergency management officials and others are preparing for the possibility of flash flooding and other hazards by handing out sandbags to the public. The sandbags will be free to the public until about 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Police capture suspect in slaying of elderly man

He is suspected of fatally shooting 68-year-old Edward Lawrence at 2:03 p.m. Monday at Lawrence's house in the 300 block of West 80th Street. Lawrence was taken to University Health for treatment of at least one gunshot wound to his chest.

The history of tropical storms in the Arklatex

"It [Tropical Storm Bill] brought so much rainfall across the Red River north of here. It caused flooding here in Shreveport," said Marty Mayeaux, Senior Forecaster for the National Weather Service in Shreveport.

Police seek man who reportedly stuffed cologne down his pants

Shreveport police are asking for the public's help in locating a man wanted for shoplifting after he reportedly stuffed hundreds of dollars worth of cologne down his pants. It happened at JC Penney Department Store in the 7400 block of Youree Dr. on reports of shoplifting on March 2. Joshua Lyons, 31, of the 3000 block of Colquitt Road, was caught on video entering the store and taking several bottles of cologne worth over $750 in his pants, according to police.

ETX authorities investigating apparent suicide of suspect in 2 slayings in Shreveport

Shreveport police say 39-year-old Tara Wren, of Shreveport, was found dead on the front lawn and 54-year-old Eric Cox, of Keithville, was found dead in a room June 18 at this residence in the 3500 block of Junior Place. "Police suspect a person known to one or both victims may be responsible for the slayings," Shreveport police Cpl.

ETX authorities investigating apparent suicide of suspect in 2 slayings in Shreveport

SHREVEPORT, LA - Harrison County, Texas, authorities are investigating the apparent suicide of a man Shreveport police think killed two people in their city Sunday morning, an SPD spokesman said. Shreveport investigators previously said the fatal shootings of a man and woman at a west Shreveport residence do not appear to have been a random act.

Expanded high school on track for new academic year

The Shreveport Times reports renovation at Airline High School should be finished in August. It is the largest high school in Bossier Parish, in the northwestern corner of the state.

Actors' pay focus of Massachusetts film subsidies debate

A new "Ghostbusters" movie filmed in Boston two years ago with the hopes of rebooting a beloved franchise. Instead, the box office dud has unintentionally played a role in giving new life to efforts to rid Massachusetts of its film industry subsidies.

Jared Douglas Brooks, 19

The last of five suspects in connection with the fatal shooting of a Bossier City man last month is in custody after he turned himself in Saturday night. Jared Douglas Brooks, 19, of Shreveport, is booked into the Bossier City Jail and is charged with first-degree murder, according to Bossier City police.

2 dead after early morning Shreveport shooting

Police are on the scene of a shooting after two people were found dead in a Shreveport home Sunday morning.

Pleasant Father's Day & tropical update

Mother Nature is blessing all the dads in Acadiana with a nice Father's Day forecast as temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s under partly sunny skies as High pressure remains locked in the Gulf of Mexico suppressing an widespread rain chances for Acadiana. However, there is still the slim summertime rain chance around 10-20% for a stray shower Sunday afternoon as we continue to have a rather humid air mass over the region.

Husband, wife charged with aggravated arson in fire at W. Shreveport apartment complex

Shreveport fire investigators say the fire at the Olde Salem Village Apartments on Buncombe Road in May was intentionally set by a local couple. The fire at the Olde Salem Village Apartments caused moderate damage, but no one was injured.

Federal judge to rule on new Louisiana abortion restrictions

Louisiana officials are urging a federal judge to dismiss most of the claims in a lawsuit challenging new abortion restrictions in the state. U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson didn't immediately rule Friday after a hearing on the request by attorneys for the state.

Grand jury indicts man over slaying on Shreveport street

A Caddo grand jury says there is enough evidence for a Shreveport man to go to trial over a slaying in the city's Cedar Grove neighborhood. The panel Thursday indicted 22-year-old Darell Lamont Bell, of the 2700 block of Malcolm Street, on a charge of second-degree murder.

Legislature one step away from possibly passing a budget; Senate floor is next test

As Sen. Greg Tarver Sr., D-Shreveport, left, and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Eric LeFleur, D-Ville Platte, right, watches, Senate President John Alario, R-Westwego, center, chats with them before the Senate Finance Committee meets concerning the rainy day fund. The Senate Finance Committee has advanced a resolution that would allow for the use of the state's rainy day fund.

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