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Caddo Sheriffs Marine Unit Gets Some Help On The Water

The Caddo Sheriff's Office has received two Waverunner personal watercraft for its Marine Unit as part of the Yamaha company's Law Enforcement Loan Program.

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Dragon Boat Race Teams and Sponsors Needed

Wanna compete in the Red River Dragon Boat Races in September? Now's the time to get signed up! Event Chairwoman Charlotta Nordyke says the registration fee per team is $750 dollars -- and there are typically 21 people per team. To get sign

drawing courtesy LDAF
drawing courtesy LDAF
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Desoto and Red River Declared Disaster Areas

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack has declared DeSoto and Red River Parishes as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by tornadoes that occurred on April 26 and 27. 

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More Red River Boat Launches Open Back Up

The Red River Waterway Commission has re-opened several other public boat launches.  These include the ramps at Colfax recreation area in Grant Parish, Teague Parkway in Bossier City, Bishop Point (Shreveport) and one ramp at the south end of the Stoner Avenue recreation area

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‘Some’ Red River Boat Launches Re-Open

The Red River Waterway Commission is re-opening several boat launches on the Red River now that water levels have begun to fall.   These include the ramps located in Coushatta, Natchitoches, Grant (excluding Colfax Rec. Area), and Rapides parishes.

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River Flooding Impact


Mississippi River flooding will have an impact on the Red River, too.

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More Boat Ramps Closing


More public boat ramps on the Red River are closing today.

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Photo by Whitney Curtis/Getty Images
Photo by Whitney Curtis/Getty Images
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Watching the River Roll

The National Weather Service says the Red River is expected to rise about a foot more at the Shreveport gauge before it starts dropping. But it's still far from being at flood stage which, in Shreveport, is 30 feet.

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Red River Crests at 38.75 Feet, Floods Parts Of North Dakota

While cresting at 38.75 feet seems high to us here in Northwest Louisiana, and it is, NWS Hydrologists predicted a crest to 41 feet.  If the Red River in the north had reached that high, it would have been a record.  The curent record, set in 2009, is 40.84.

Check out these absolutely unbelievable photos. 

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Flood Fighter Training

When it comes to fighting flooding, the Corps of Engineers says you only get one opportunity to get it right.

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