Battle Brewing Over Hospital Management Structure
Governor John Bel Edwards is beginning the process of putting together the management board that will oversee operation of University Health in Shreveport
Shreveport Ranks 148th In New 'Best Places To Retire' Survey
Despite a recent ranking as one of the best places to retire, a recent study by financial website WalletHub doesn't list Shreveport quite as high, 148 to be exact.
PACE Sets Mayoral Forum For August 19
Seven of the eight Shreveport mayoral candidates have confirmed their attendance at the PACE 2018 Shreveport Mayoral Forum to be held Sunday, August 19.
An Aretha Franklin Story You've Probably Never Heard
For me, Aretha Franklin is more than a legendary singer. She's known as the Queen of Soul. But she is way more than that. She's iconic and will forever have a special place in my heart.
Are Louisiana's Economics Hurting Shreveport's Recovery Chances?
Are economic policies at the state level hurting the chances of Shreveport - and other cities and towns in the state - of making an economic recovery?
Senator Kennedy Fears Fallout From Criminal Justice Overhaul
United States Senator John Kennedy talks about a letter he sent to Governor John Bel Edwards, voicing his concerns about the effects of the Justice Reinvestment Act.
Corrections Secretary Talks about Governor's Meeting with Trump
Governor John Bel Edwards met with President Trump last week to talk about criminal justice reform in Louisiana. The Governor says Trump was very interested in our state's efforts to lower the incarceration rate.
Haven Property Owners Association Explains Reasons for Suit
The Homeowners Association for the Haven subdivision in Southeast Shreveport has filed suit against the City of Shreveport claiming residents were overcharged for water and sewer services. The Briarwood Apartment owners also joined the suit.
Whistleblower Files Suit Against Caddo Parish
A former worker at the Caddo Animal Shelter has filed suit against Caddo Parish, Administrator, Dr. Woody Wilson and Animal Services Director Travis Clark. Collin Sly claims he was fired after he went to Dr. Wilson 3 times to report cases of wrongdoing at the local shelter.
What Will Be New When Caddo Students Go Back on Monday?
Caddo Parish students go back to school on Monday. We caught up with Superintendent Dr. Lamar Goree to talk about what will be new for this year.
It’s Tough to Lose a Family Pet
My life changed this week. Tiger, my 9-year-old Boston Terrier got sick earlier this week. He was having trouble going to the bathroom and was not eating. Things took a terrible turn on Thursday morning.
Superintendent Says Bossier Schools Full Speed Ahead for 2018
Bossier Superintendent of Schools Scott Smith talks about the 2018 school year, including the new and expanding buildings and an improved security plan.
Mayoral Election '18: Is This the Most Important Ever?
Political analyst Scott Hughes talks about the latest turns in the upcoming Shreveport mayoral election, including the candidates performances in a pair of forums.
Will the Spray Park in Downtown Shreveport Ever Be Turned Back On
The spray park at Shreveport's River View Park has been inoperable all summer and I wanted to know when it would be fixed.
New Service Lets You Save the Tattooed Skin of Dead Loved Ones
Imagine being able (for a price) to have a the tattoo of a deceased loved one or friend put in a frame? Well, now you can!
ICYM: The KEEL Mayoral Forum, Beginning To End
Shreveport's five leading mayoral candidates joined KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty Tuesday for the first KEEL Mayoral Forum of the election season.
What's Happened to the Plan to Develop a Park at Cross Bayou?
As we begin to listen to the candidates in the Shreveport Mayor's race, I still have questions about things voters were promised decades ago.
Lights Go Out at a Shreveport Casino
If you ever venture into any of the local casinos, you know it's loud. You hear slot machines ringing and dinging, gamblers hollering when they hit a big bet and lots of vibrant activity.
Mayoral Forum: Can the Mayor Change the Shreveport Culture?
KEEL's Robert J Wright asks the five candidates how they see the office of mayor, not only as an administrative position, but as an inspirational leader.
KEEL's Mayoral Forum: Candidates Opening Statements
Shreveport's five leading mayoral candidates visited KEEL for the Mayoral Forum, answering questions about their plans for the future of the city.