City Council's New Members Talk Growth, Budgets and Blight
Newly elected Shreveport City Council members Grayson Boucher, John Nickelson and LeVette Fuller talk about their campaigns, the election and the city's future.
Newly Elected Council Members Talk Shreveport's Future
Newly elected Shreveport City Council members Grayson Boucher, John Nickelson and LeVette Fuller about their campaigns, the election and the city's future.
State Fire Marshall Explains the Investigation into Church Fire
State Fire Marshal Butch Browning says investigators will continue checking out the devastating blaze that damaged First Baptist Church in Bossier City.
Investigators Say Computer Battery Backup Sparked Church Fire
First Baptist Church Fire is traced to a computer battery backup power supply.
Temple Head Coach Pumps Up Entire City for Independence Bowl Game
Temple Interim Head Football Coach Ed Foley talks about the upcoming Walk-On's Independence Bowl, his Owls team and his enthusiasm for the game.
Corey Lewandowski: 'Trump Is the Storm'
Former Donald Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski talks about the 2016 campaign and the President's "relationship" with the mainstream media.
Take a Look at the Top Educators in Caddo Parish
We take a minute today to honor Caddo’s Teacher and Principal of the Year recipients.
NBA Star Says Moon Landing Fake; KEEL Listeners Respond
Coming on the heels of a recent statement by NBA superstar Steph Curry that the 1969 American moon landing was fake, KEEL's Robert and Erin McCarty comment.
Bossier CAO Explains City's $60 Million Bond Deal
Bossier City Chief Administrative Officer Pam Glorioso talks about the city's recent passage of a $64 million bond package.
Your Cards Start Arriving for Local Boy
Last week, I told you about 10-year-old Clayton Madden. This youngster faces quite a battle. He has Cystic Fibrosis and he's now in complete liver failure. His uncle says the only thing Clayton wants for Christmas this year is Christmas cards.
Community Comes Together to Help First Baptist Bossier
From a great tragedy you will often find great love and that is what's happening in Bossier City as parishoners and staff members of First Baptist Bossier deal with a massive fire that destroyed several buildings early Monday.
Scott Hughes: 'Mayor's Race Was About a New Shreveport'
Political analyst Scott Hughes talks with about the final tally in the Shreveport mayoral race and the outlook for the new Adrian Perkins administration.
Adrian Perkins First (Lengthy) Post-Election Interview
Shreveport Mayor-Elect Adrian Perkins talks about his election victory, transition plans and goals for the first days of his administration.
Pastor Talks About Fire at First Baptist Bossier
A massive fire early this morning has heavily damaged some of the buildings at First Baptist Church in Bossier City.
Fire at First Baptist Church in Bossier City
First Baptist Chuch on East Texas in Bossier is on fire. The blaze started early this morning and dozens of firefighters are on the scene battling this blaze.
Congressman Ralph Abraham Talks About His Run for Governor
Republican Congressman Ralph Abraham talks about his plans to enter the race for Governor of Louisiana.
Dr. Simeon Wall Details 'The Wall Center Gives Back'
Dr. Simeon Wall from Shreveport's Wall Center for Plastic Surgery talks about this year's Wall Center Gives Back and the beneficiaries of this Christmas' efforts.
CAO Says Politics Still Interfering in City Business
Shreveport is still having trash troubles and the city's CAO still maintains what has happened this week is politically motivated.
Local Boy Wants You to Send Him a Christmas Card
It's not often that an email moves me to tears, but this one did. Let me tell you the story of 10-year-old Clayton Madden. This youngster wants Christmas cards sent to him.
Shreveport's Garbage Mess: What Really Happened?
KEEL's Robert and Erin give the latest on the latest in the mayor's race, including accusations of political dirty work coming out of the sanitation department.