Red River Crest Now Raised Above 37 Feet
The Red River is now expected to crest above 37 feet in Shreveport, according to the National Weather Service's Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service's latest observation as of 4PM today.
VP Joe Biden’s Son, Beau Biden Laid to Rest
More than a thousand mourners gathered at the St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church today to bid farewell to former Delaware attorney general Beau Biden, the oldest child of Vice President Joe Biden, NBC News reports.
Legendary Singer Percy Sledge Dies
Percy Sledge, the soul singer whose vocals soared over the iconic hit "When a Man Loves a Woman," died this morning at his home in Baton Rouge.
More Severe Weather this Weekend, Here’s How to Stay Safe
After last night's severe weather, the Shreveport-Bossier area is not out of the woods just yet.
Thousands gather to commemorate ‘Bloody Sunday’
Thousands of Americans, including Pres. Barack Obama, have converged in Selma, Ala. this weekend to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
UPDATE: New Winter Storm Warning
UPDATE 10:08AM 2/24/15: The National Weather Service has issued a new Winter Storm Warning for our area. It takes effect tonight at midnight and runs through 6pm Wednesday.
One of the World’s Largest Apartment Buildings in Flames
One of the world's largest apartment buildings caught on fire this weekend.
(UPDATE) Girl, 7, Struck by Vehicle at Youree and Herndon Dies
A 7-year-old girl has died from injuries sustained after she was struck by a car at Youree Drive and Herndon.
UPDATE: Cyber Email Threat is Resolved
An email attachment threat that hit work email users across the country on Thursday morning, including at Townsquare Media and Shreveport City Hall, has been resolved.
BREAKING: Widespread Cyber Attack Hits Local Users
Several companies, including Townsquare Media and Shreveport City Hall and companies across the country are under an email attachment threat that began this morning.