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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

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USM senior defensive back Curtis Mikell (19). Courtesy: WDAM

The Golden Eagles' long journey this season has led them to an 8-4 regular season finish and Independence Bowl matchup with Florida State in Shreveport, Louisiana on December 27. "It's been a long ride going through training camp and the season," said USM senior defensive back Curtis Mikell. "It's always just work but you have to keep your body right and just keep fighting.

Fire fears: reducing risks, reporting negligent landlords and more

Shreveport resident Lori Grogan has put cross decals on her light fixtures because she's afraid that faulty wiring will cause a fire. One day Grogan turned on the lights in the apartment's bathroom - and they sparked.

New heart monitor syncs with patient's smartphone

A Bossier man is the first patient in Northwest Louisiana to receive a new heart monitor that syncs with his smartphone. Heart defects can cause major issues like strokes and heart attacks and according to a Shreveport cardiologist, some of the defects can be a mystery to diagnose.

Demarcus McDowell

A man is behind bars after police think he is responsible for robbing four businesses dating as far back as April 2017. Authorities working an armed robbery initiative received a Crime Stoppers tip about Demarcus McDowell's whereabouts on Dec. 7 around 10:30 p.m. He was wanted by the Shreveport Police Department with one count of armed robbery stemming from a Thrifty Liquor store robbery on Nov. 9. In that robbery, he reportedly jumped across the counter and held a handgun to the back of the cashier's head while demanding money.

Woman, 72, run over by husband in brewery parking lot: report

A 72-year-old Bossier City woman died late Thursday after being run over by her husband in the parking lot of a brewery, the Shreveport Times reported. Jeanelle Berger suffered fatal injuries when she was hit by her husband's vehicle just after 8 p.m. in a parking lot at Great Raft Brewery in Shreveport.

12-year sentence in north Louisiana meth case

A man has been sentenced in a north Louisiana federal courtroom to serve 12 years in prison for conspiring to transport methamphetamine. Acting U.S. Attorney Alexander C. Van Hook says in a news release that the sentence was handed down in Shreveport this week in the case of 37-year-old Maquel L. Shelby, of Hawthorne, California.

Saia Establishes Employee Foundation

Saia, Inc. has established the Saia Employee Relief Foundation, Inc. in order to provide assistance to employees who have been directly affected by a natural disaster or who have had some type of unexpected hardship. "The catalyst for the foundation's creation was Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which had a detrimental impact on Saia personnel," said Saia President and CEO Rick O'Dell.

News roundup: Governor creates group to study sexual harassment...

After one of his top aides resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, Gov. John Bel Edwards is creating a seven-member study group to review Louisiana's policies for handling sexual misconduct claims. The governor's , released Wednesday, requires all executive branch agencies to review their own sexual harassment and workplace discrimination policies and submit a report on them by Jan. 1. Task force members will then comb through the policies, evaluating their effectiveness while suggesting changes to make them both stronger and uniform across the administration.

North Oaks Medical Center appoints emergency director, assistant

Dr. Brandon C. Cambre has been named medical director of North Oaks Medical Center's Emergency Department with Dr. John R. Krieg serving as assistant medical director, effective Nov. 1. Cambre succeeds Dr. Mark Haile in the position. Haile has been serving as interim medical director since the death of 22-year medical director Dr. Jay Smith on July 21, 2016.

Police arrest suspect in shooting that sent 2 to hospital

Shreveport police have made an arrest in connection with a shooting that sent two men to the hospital early Wednesday morning. Online records show 40-year-old Carlos M. Smith, of the 7600 block of Altus Street in Shreveport, was arrested at 2:30 p.m. and booked into the City Jail at 4:04 p.m. Wednesday on two counts of attempted second-degree murder and one count of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

Congressman seeks pledge med school will stay in Shreveport

U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham wants any deal renegotiating management of north Louisiana's safety-net hospitals to include promises LSU will maintain its medical school in the region. The Republican congressman from northeast Louisiana sent Gov. John Bel Edwards a letter Wednesday requesting the language be included in any contracts for a new company to manage the hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe.

Jeremy Alford: 'Look-at-me' politics

As we learned heading into last weekend, U.S. Sen. John Kennedy has decided to vote in favor of Kyle Duncan, the president's 5th Circuit nominee, whenever the next opportunity arises. This follows weeks of speculation, some of it in national media coverage, about why Kennedy was withholding support.

Florida State safety to enter 2018 NFL Draft

In a post shared on Instagram, James said that he is going "on to the next chapter" of his life and will be entering into the 2018 NFL Draft. It was announced Sunday that Florida State will play Southern Miss in the Walk-On's Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana, on Dec. 27. His decision comes after the fallout from Jimbo Fisher's departure from FSU.

Coroner releases name of victim in deadly Talbot Street shooting

The Caddo Parish Coroner's office has released the name of a gunshot victim whose body was found in Shreveport's Allendale neighborhood Monday night.

I-220W reopens 2 hours after wreck involving truck, 8 other vehicles

The westbound side of the Interstate 220 bridge over Red River is back open hours after being closed as a result of a wreck. All lanes are open on I-220 West on the Red River Bridge.

Texarkana Shop with a Cop helps fulfill the wishes of nearly 200 children

Texarkana Shop with a Cop helps fulfill the wishes of nearly 200 - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports A Texarkana police officer stands by Dec. 5 as a young man checks out his goods during the annual Shop with a Cop event. This year's Shop with a Cop helped fulfill the wishes of nearly 200 children in the Texarkana area.

1 man going to prison, at least 1 other sought; 1 stolen gun recovered, 43 still on the street

SENTENCED: Ryan Parker Hiroms, 26, of Shreveport, 46 months in federal prison, 3 years on federal supervised release and $27,723.61 restitution on 1 count of theft of a firearm from a federal firearms licensee On Friday, a Caddo Parish man was ordered to serve almost four years in federal prison for stealing 44 guns from Clark Custom Guns on Shootout Lane in Princeton about 4 a.m. Nov. 30, 2016. Members of a U.S. Marshals Service task force arrested Hiroms the evening of Dec. 2, 2016, near his residence in the 2500 block of Creswell Avenue in Shreveport.

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