City Workers Seen Taking Down Homeless Camp In Shreveport
A post was made in a Shreveport community group on Tuesday showing city workers clearing out a homeless campsite.
An Update To “The Tarver Mash” Just In Time For Halloween
It seems like just last week, that Robert & Erin were interviewing State Senator Greg Tarver. In the interview, Tarver admitted to sleeping in a coffin from time to time at his funeral home
Mike Spence Talks To KEEL About Slow Election Returns
Election returns were slow to roll in Saturday night, and that has some folks scratching their heads trying to figure out what happened in the state during the election.
Louisiana Ranks High on STD Report
In a 2018 STD surveillance report, Louisiana mad it in to the top 10 highest cases in every category
Burned Body Found In Shreveport Identified
A body was discovered in a field on the corner of Wallace and Bernstein Avenues at 4 p.m. Tuesday evening. Shreveport Police Department arrived on the scene to find the body had been burned.
Bossier Burn Ban Lifted For Parish
After a couple of days of rainy weather, the almost month-long ban was canceled. Opening up a world of possibilities for fall activities.
Bossier Parish School Board To Host Candidates Forum
Bossier Parish School Board is set to hold a candidates forum at 5 p.m. this evening. Thursday October, 3rd in the auditorium at Bossier Instructional Center, 2719 Airline Drive, Bossier City.
Body Of Man Found In North Shreveport Identified
A young man who was tragically found shot to death in north Shreveport Tuesday morning has been identified.
Chief Ben Raymond to Visit National Night Out Parties
The first Tuesday in October is National Night out in our area. National Night Out has been taking place for many years, and was started to bring communities closer together to combat distrust and crime in neighborhoods.
October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Spreading awareness is of the utmost importance when it comes to checking, getting mammograms, and treating breast cancer.