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Shreveport sits on a low elevation overlooking the Red River and is the commercial and cultural center of the Ark-La-Tex, the area where Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas meet. In 1963, headlines across the country reported that Sam Cooke was arrested after his band tried to register at a "whites only" Holiday Inn in Shreveport. In the months following, Cooke recorded the civil rights era song, A Change Is Gonna Come.

Population: 200145
Local Newspapers: Shreveport Times
Local Sports Teams: Shreveport-Bossier Captains (Minor League Baseball)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University at Shreveport

Zip Codes associated with shreveport, louisiana: 71027 71047 71101 71103 71104 71105 71106 71107 71108 71109 71110 71115 71118 71119 71129
Towns/Cities near shreveport, louisiana : Red Chute Eastwood Greenwood Blanchard Benton Mooringsport

Shreveport News
Shreveport police net half dozen prostitution arrests

Shreveport police have made multiple prostitution arrests and seized nearly half a million dollars from local massage parlors over the past two weeks. A search warrant was executed on Oct. 9 in the 3100 block of Bert Kouns Industrial Loop at the Magic Hands Asian Massage Parlor and in the 400 block of Kings Highway at the Shangri-La Massage and Spa.

One of the 'Angola 3' delivers message of hope to ex-convicts

The man who spent 43 years in solitary confinement before his release from Angola State Penitentiary is telling his story to others. They were called the Angola 3 because they would each spend decades in solitary confinement after the stabbing death of 23-year-old prison guard Brent Miller in 1972.

NWLA Heart Walk chairman shares his story of survival

"I suffered a heart attack three months before I was 21," explained the chairman of this year's Northwest Louisiana Heart Walk. Now the former state legislator is heading the charge to raise awareness of heart health and money for research, the latter of which stays right in Shreveport-Bossier City.

Strong to severe storms possible this weekend

A round of strong to possibly severe thunderstorms is expected to pass through the ArkLaTex this weekend ahead of a cold front. This is our first opportunity for seeing severe weather in several months, but it's not unusual to see strong storms this time of year as we transition from summer into fall.

The Latest: Suit: Keep Confederate monument at courthouse

In this Nov. 4, 2011 file photo, Sean Bordelon, left, and Raphiel Heard, of Shreveport, pause after reading the inscription on the Confederate soldier's monument in front of the Caddo Parish Courthouse in Shreveport, La. Local officials have voted to remove the Confederate monument from the courthouse grounds in the northwest Louisiana parish.

Louisiana parish leaders sued over Confederate monument vote

In this Nov. 4, 2011 file photo, Sean Bordelon, left, and Raphiel Heard, of Shreveport, pause after reading the inscription on the Confederate soldier's monument in front of the Caddo Parish Courthouse in Shreveport, La. Local officials have voted to remove the Confederate monument from the courthouse grounds in the northwest Louisiana parish.

Gov. Edwards: Sheriff worried about losing 'good ones' from jail misunderstood new laws

Gov. John Bel Edwards and the head of Louisiana's prison system are trying to play down Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator's comments about losing "good" prisoners he uses to work for his department as a result of the new criminal justice laws taking effect Nov. 1. Edwards met with Prator on Wednesday morning in Alexandria to discuss the sheriff's comments, which were made during a press conference in Shreveport two weeks ago . Prator had lamented that the new criminal justice laws would means prisoners he uses to perform basic auto maintenance and cook for his department -- work for which they are not paid -- would be getting released earlier than expected.

N.O. Filipinos band with medical mission to support health center in the Philippines

The New Orleans Filipino American Lions Club and the New Orleans Medical Mission Services brokered a partnership to help a health center in the Philippines. Leaders from the two organizations shake hands to seal the deal here.

Charge dismissed against man who was accused of killing teen

Tevin C. Johnson, 26, of Shreveport, was booked into Caddo Correctional Center on Sept. 20 on a charge of second-degree murder.

Gunman sought after attempting to rob woman

Police are looking for a man they think is responsible for attempting to rob a woman in west Shreveport earlier this month.

Elio Motors: Caddo Parish facility will also become "marshalling center"

Amidst a legal battle with the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission and still not being classified as a tenant inside the former General Motors plant in Shreveport, Elio Motors announced on their website they're expanding their plans for Caddo Parish. In a Wednesday blog post entitled "Elio On Demand," Elio officials write they will make their vehicle buying process more "on-demand" through 7-12 planned marshalling centers across the country.

Ownership of land beneath the Caddo Confederate monument hard to determine, says 2002 opinion

As the Caddo Parish Commission prepares to cast their final vote Thursday afternoon on the removal of the Confederate monument outside the downtown courthouse, one debate still rages over who actually owns the land beneath the monument. It's still the subject of a current petition for declaratory judgment against the commission and Shreveport Chapter 237 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which owns the monument.

SFD, SPD working rollover crash in North Shreveport

Shreveport Fire Department got the call just before 10:20 a.m. to the corner of Roy Road and Palamedas Drive. That's near the Camelot Apartments in the Martin Luther King neighborhood.

Program takes people to visit loved ones in prison at Angola

Cornerstone Builders Bus Project started in New Orleans then expanded north in December. Its trips are funded by NOLA to Angola, an annual three-day, 170-mile bicycle ride and fundraiser.

Shreveport felon found guilty to possession of firearm

He could receive up to 7.5 years in prison at hard labor when he is sentenced on Oct. 30. LEGAL CORNER: Is it true that I can sue to rescind a sale of property in Louisiana if it was sold for less than half the market value? LEGAL CORNER: Is it true that I can sue to rescind a sale of property in Louisiana if it was sold for less than half the market value? Submit your question to news@kplctv.com. Civil matters only, please.

Girl arrested in ArkLaTex as part of nationwide investigation into trafficking of juveniles

Two of the five teenage females told authorities they were brought to Bossier City from Little Rock, Ark., in a small U-Haul truck and had not eaten in 24 hours. Two of the five teenage females told authorities they were brought to Bossier City from Little Rock, Ark., in a small U-Haul truck and had not eaten in 24 hours.

Voter turnout and Caddo Confederate monument: Louisiana today

With Saturday's election setting what could be an all-time record for lowest voter turnout, the secretary of state believes it may be time to rethink how Louisiana holds elections, arguing taxpayer dollars could be spent more wisely and efficiently. Story by WAFB-TV.

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