Thursday afternoon Captain Shreve High School held it's annual Gators for Good Carnival.
(CNN) Before you strangle your best friend who sees the colors in the now-famous dress differently than you do, please know that there's a scientific explanation.
Gold Medal Giver: Dr. David Clark
A local organization brings out big voices to highlight the African American community
If you’re planning to ring in the New Year with alcohol, you’d better secure a sober ride home.
Robinson is the only theater in Shreveport-Bossier showing the movie.
Cooking is the number one reason behind house fires on Christmas.
On Thursday, Shreveport's First United Methodist Church served up their 32nd 'Love Feast.'
Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover's acknowledges the passing of former State Rep. Alphonse Jackson Jr. with a formal statement:
New council members want to get straight to work
Local law enforcement took the time out to bring a merry Christmas to local children
CEO and President of Chimp Haven, Cathy Willis Spraetz tells Steve Bender some of the upcoming plans for 2015.
LSUS holds its fall commencement at the Century Link Center in Bossier City.
Steve Bender talked more about it with coordinator, Dawn Bushnell and Hilda Risty.
Thousands are expected at this year's ultimate musical mash-up.
CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier is your Children's Miracle Network Hospital and the first Monday of each month is Miracle Monday on NBC 6.
In a helping hands report... Local public safety officers and Town Square Media want to bring a smile to every child's face this Christmas.
Proceeds from a classic car auction will go to a local organization.
The Pop UP will feature special events, live music and a giant Shop Downtown Small Business Saturday with food trucks, bounce houses and bands.
Don’t let anyone drive while intoxicated on Halloween! Call Church at the Red River for a free ride.
Hundreds of kids from a local school got to hang out with the New Orleans Pelicans today.
The UPS store in Southern Hills held a grand re-opening ceremony this morning.
A local group wants to make sure the civil rights era in Shreveport isn't forgotten.
The top five finalists of the Louisiana Start Up Prize have been picked. The winners were announced tonight at Cohab.
The "change" causes more than hot flashes and mood swings.
There are ways you can improve your child's nutrition while at school.
The summer season of the Shreveport Farmer's Market wraps up this Saturday, August 30th.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has made a huge impact in raising awareness about ALS, but there are still local people living with ALS who don't know how to get help.
You can get free legal advice at a special clinic in September.
Chancellor Larry Clark did his part to raise awareness for ALS.
There are some vegetables out there that are a bit more nutritious than others.
Community matters to people in Vivian, who are raising money to send local seniors to college.
Saint Mary of the Pines Church honors local law enforcement, firefighters and emergency personnel.
Westwood Elementary School students helped the United Way kick off its annual giving campaign.
The David Raines Community Health Center celebrated their expansion by opening a new facility in Shreveport today.
The Desoto Parish School Board has selected an interim board member.
Shreveport Bossier honored all Purple Heart recipients today in honor of Purple Heart Recognition Day.
Throughout their lives, Jack and Willie Mae Allums fought for equality for blacks.
A local bank is giving back to the community and helping students get ready for school.
Locals could find great food, great vendors and other crafty items.
The final presentation for the redevelopment plan of Barksdale Boulevard was revealed tonight.
22 state champion teams from eleven states and two local teams will converge in Bossier City this weekend for the Dixie Boys and Junior Boys World Series.
Your health matters to Shreveport Green who held a mobile market for the Cedar Grove neighborhood today.
The program instills the Marine Corps values of honor, courage and commitment and promotes a healthy drug-free lifestyle.
A meeting was called today by the Bilberry Park Advisory Committee due to the recent violence in Shreveport’s Queensborough neighborhood.
The JKE BizCamp Recognition Banquet honors community members who have had a positive impact on the social and business aspects of our community and its residents, especially our youth.
Community matters to a local 7-year-old. She's collecting stuffed animals for children in need through bear share.
Losing a child is difficult on a family but a new group called the compassionate friends wants to help.
Local law enforcement launches "Summer Heat," an initiative to educate people on the lifesaving benefits of wearing a seatbelt.
A local senior was one of two Louisiana students to graduate from the FBI's National Academy Youth Leadership Program.