Fighting dangerous blazes. Rescuing cats from trees. Ringing bells for donations? Shreveport fire fighters joined forces with the Salvation Army to add a new bullet point to their résumés and raise money for a good cause.
A fire in Shreveport's South Highlands neighborhood causes about $40,000 worth of damage. Fire Department Spokesman Fred Sanders says the fire started around 8 o'clock at a garage apartment on Ockley, near Betty Virginia Park
A morning wreck leaves one man dead. Just before 9 o'clock, the Shreveport Fire Department was called to an accident involving an 18-wheeler and a pick-up truck at the intersection of North Market and I-220
Photo by: Richard Masoner/flickrIn an effort to reduce the number of accidents involving cyclists, the Shreveport Fire and Police Departments have teamed-up to remind motorist to use extreme caution when approaching cyclists. The year-to-dat
It's a big weekend for local activities and events. One of those is the area's largest Higher Education Open House. Whether you're graduating soon, looking to further your education or planning a new career, this open house will help you chart your course for career success
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