State health officials have confirmed two more West Nile Virus deaths in Louisiana during the past week. That brings to four the total number of Louisiana residents who have died from the disease this year.
Mayor Cedric Glover says Shreveport will seek federal assistance in its ongoing fight to permanently close the Harrelson Landfill, which has blanketed a Shreveport neighborhood with smoke and fumes for years.
The American Red Cross Northwest Louisiana Chapter encourages you to take the first step during National Preparedness Month and join America's PrepareAthon, creating a disaster plan for your household.
Mayor Cedric Glover is holding a public meeting at 5:30 this evening (Sept. 4) to offer insight on the state-approved plan that seeks to close the commercial landfill that continues to operate even though an underground fire burns regularly at the site.
Two adults and six children were able to escape a mid-afternoon fire without injury. Firefighters were called to the 2800 block of West Maple just after 3:45 and arrived to find heavy smoke and flames coming from the rear of the house.
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