Following her termination from KTBS-TV, Rhonda Lee has taken the opportunity to tell her story to a national audience. The meteorologist says she was fired for violating KTBS' social media guidelines by replying to an offensive comment left on the station's Facebook page.
Fighting dangerous blazes. Rescuing cats from trees. Ringing bells for donations? Shreveport fire fighters joined forces with the Salvation Army to add a new bullet point to their résumés and raise money for a good cause.
Twenty-year-old Klarissa Graves was seriously injured when she was thrown from a ride at the Louisiana State Fair during its closing weekend. Graves suffered two spinal fractures and a break near her hip. Investigators are currently looking into the cause behind the accident.
Do you think fair organizers should reconsider allowing such rides to be a part of the event?
Weeks after wowing "X Factor" judges with a unique look and sound, Shreveport native Willie Jones has been eliminated. The 18-year-old Jones was disappointed, but put on a brave face, saying, " sucks that I have to go home, but it was really fun to be here."
The Bossier Sheriff's Office, working in concert with Bossier police, have arrested a teenage student at the Bossier Learning Center for drug possession. In what's being called a routine search, authorities arrested Cameron Jessup,17, of Haughton after a K-9 unit sniffed out marijuana and other drug paraphernalia hidden inside his truck.
The first debate of the 2012 election has come and gone, and many agreed that GOP candidate Mitt Romney came out the victor over President Barack Obama. But voters were still left with many questions. Three more debates scheduled this month -- two between Obama and Romney and one for Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan -- should help the undecided make a decision.
Halloween is right around the corner. What better way to compliment the tricks and treats than by scaring up some fun inside a haunted corn maze? DixieMaze Farms has two great attractions for brave souls in Shreveport-Bossier willing to stumble through the darkness and endure nonstop jump scares.
When 18-year-old McKenzi Gordano learned that she had Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis, she didn't know what to say. "I didn't have a first thought," she recalls. "I blanked out. And then I started crying."
But McKenzi, who was valedictorian of her senior class and is currently studying education at Northwestern State University, refuses to allow the diagnosis to slow her down.
"Doctors recommended that I quit college," says McKenzi. "I said, 'you're crazy!' The world needs another teacher and I'm going to be that teacher."
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