With Thanksgiving nearly here, and Christmas right around the corner, the Shreveport Police Department reminds us of a few crime prevention tips as part of its ongoing commitment to keep the city safe.
Two Bossier City residents were hospitalized after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide inside their home. Fire and EMS personnel were called to the 1200 block of Waller Avenue at around 7:30 this morning in reference to the smell of natural gas inside a home there.
If your child will be getting a gun for Christmas, the Caddo Sheriff's Office wants that child to learn how to use it safely. The sheriff's office is now registering children ages 8 to 12 for the yearly "First Gun" course.
State health officials say three more cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed in Louisiana during the past week. All three were West Nile fever cases and there was one each in Ascension, Lafayette, and Ouachita Parishes.
Lots of kids will be out trick-or-treating next week, and -- of course -- parents want to make sure they're safe. That includes keeping them away from sex offenders. But how do you know if one is living in your area?
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