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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.
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
The event will begin at 10 a.m. at the Shreveport Regional Airport. TSA will explain to travelers what is not permitted in carry-on baggage when flying on an airplane.Shelby County Sheriff's Office: Missing juvenille from Louisiana turns herself in
A female juvenile who has been missing from Shreveport, LA since Dec.19, 2016, turned herself into the Shelby County Sheriff's Office Saturday morning. According to Shelby County Sheriff Willis Blackwell, around 10:47 a.m. Natalyia Theresa Rogers entered the SCSO and spoke with Deputy Peter Davis.Jury finds Colby guilty of second-degree murder
A Caddo Parish jury has found Mark Edward "Chef" Colby, 60, guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend and longtime business partner and owner of the Noble Savage Tavern in downtown Shreveport. Colby was accused of fatally shooting 58-year-old Angela Godley in their Shreve Island home Sept.Festival promises 500 free kites
Flyers struggling to get kites in the air can follow the lead of professional kite flyers from Shreveport, Louisiana, the coalition said in a news release.Coalition co-chair Alan Coleman said the festival is part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about healthy lifestyles and connect Beaumont residents with the city's resources.First Alert Forecast: Wind Advisory in effect through this evening; strong storms late tonight
We've certainly seen better Friday weather with the gusty winds wasting no time in arriving to Southwest Louisiana this morning. Look for sustained south winds of 15 to 25 mph, occasionally gust as high as 35 mph this afternoon which would be near tropical storm force wind gusts.Project moving forward to replace Jimmie Davis Bridge
A state senator from Northwest Louisiana is pressuring the state highway department to pick up the pace on plans to replace Jimmie Davis Bridge. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development officials have said the state plans to build a turn the current Shreveport-Bossier City connector into a pedestrian bridge and build a new bridge across Red River.Police file two new charges against burglary suspect
A man already accused of breaking into a Shreveport restaurant and brewery now is charged in connection with two other burglaries. Detectives now think 38-year-old Morris Edwards III, of Shreveport, also is responsible for breaking into Superior Bar and Grill in the 6100 block of Line Avenue and the Brewniverse beverage store in the 800 block of Pierremont Road on Feb. 2. In both cases, police Cpl.Fire burns house in Shreveport
A new program to help teenagers understand the problems of human trafficking, social media safety and online solicitation is taking shape in Calcasieu Parish. A new program to help teenagers understand the problems of human trafficking, social media safety and online solicitation is taking shape in Calcasieu Parish.IS claims UK attack; police say man wasn't on terror radar
IS claims UK attack; police say man wasn't on terror radar - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports . Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives a media statement outside 10 Downing street in London, Wednesday March 22, 2017, following a terror attack in the Westminster area of London earlier Wednesday.Crews respond to house fire in 800 block of Havens Road.
According to the department, a man and woman were found unresponsive in their home in the 800 block of Havens Road between Grimmett Drive and North Market Street near Northwest Louisiana Technical College. The home was fully involved when firefighters arrived.Operation Support Our Troops, Inc. in need of donations
The Shreveport chapter of Operation Support Our Troops Inc. are getting ready to pack its Easter shipment to troops overseas this weekend. "Our contributions both of items and monetary have slowed up in recent years.Shreveport police release photo of shooting suspect
Shreveport police have released a photograph of the person they believe is responsible for a shooting that left a man fighting for his life Monday night. Authorities say 22-year-old Troy L. Davis, of Shreveport, is being sought on a charge of attempted second-degree murder.Shreveport bus involved in hit and run
It happened around 6:30 a.m. in the 2400 block of Roy Road near the Hilry Huckaby III Avenue intersection.Minden boy shares CMN success at conference
Minden's Corbin Colvin has been given the experience of a lifetime. He and his family will spend the week at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida representing the entire state of Louisiana as a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals "champion."More
New Orleans attorneys say a federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of poor people charged with minor crimes in Bossier Parish. The petition alleges that Bossier District Court orders wrongfully result in days and sometimes weeks of jail time for people who are unable to afford bail or the application fee to be represented by a public defender.Gun expert: Chasing, shooting at a robber endangers others
During the recent robberies of two Shreveport businesses, the Citgo on Greenwood Road and Meemo's Wireless and More, someone inside the stores chased after the robber and fired shots. But the gunplay raises questions about a business owner's rights.LABI officials traveling the state ahead of legislative session
Louisiana Association of Business and Industry President and CEO Stephen Waguespack will crisscross the state ahead of the upcoming legislative session to offer the perspective of the statewide business community on key state issues facing Louisiana. LABI is hosting a series of legislative outlook sessions with chambers across the state.
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