Some local medical students learn what it's like to be 'real doctors', through simulation technology.
In honor of National Pretzel Day which is being celebrated this weekend, we got an inside look at what it takes to prepare pretzels.
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A young girl in junior high was shocked when she saw her t-shirt was edited in her class photo.
Proposed budget cuts to higher education has many administrative officials concerned.
Approximately 1 out of 3 cats will get kidney disease.
April is National Financial Literacy month and tools to do it are plentiful.
Get caught up on today's local and national headlines...
A Shreveport Police officer has been placed on administrative leave by Chief of Police Willie Shaw, following the officer's arrest on an outstanding warrant procured by Shreveport Police detectives Monday afternoon.
Algorithm will award mobile friendliness. Owner says good product will negate mobile friendly necessity.
Mountain bike path is being built at Bringle Lake
Trucks out in neighborhoods spraying.
An unwelcome guest is pulled from underneath the welcome sign in Slidell, Louisiana.
The weekend rain causes the Red Chute Bayou Bridge on Sligo Road to cave in.
The Crime Victims' Reparations Department helps crime victims and families with funeral services, legal council, and other needs
Local students are putting their skills to work for the largest arts festival in the south.
One adult and two juveniles are in jail for allegedly stealing vehicles from several businesses in Marshall over the weekend.
An man is facing charges after he allegedly threw puppies on the concrete at a pet adoption facility in Marshall.
A pair of teenagers is behind bars in connection with a vehicle burglary in Shreveport.
Two Bowie County sisters continued their familial bond last weekend at the Bi-State Correctional Center, after deputies arrested them Saturday at their parents’ home, where they live.
NBC News - Justin Timberlake shared the first photo of his baby boy, Silas, with Jessica Biel, his wife, on Instagram on Sunday night.
A Boil Advisory has been issued for customers of the Sligo Water System in Bossier Parish. Water was turned off at 11 p.m. Sunday night in order to replace water valves as part of the repair process of the Sligo Bridge.
KXAS NBC/Dallas - Musician Willie Nelson is jumping into the movement to commercialize marijuana and plans to roll out his own brand of cannabis that he intends to make "the best on the market."
Capital One Bank and the Bossier Parish Community College Foundation invites you to the 6th annual BPCC 100 Go-Kart Race.
Northwestern State University has inducted 269 students into Alpha Lambda Delta First-Year Honor Society.
The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office commemorates National Crime Victims’ Rights week with a variety of activities to pay tribute to crime victims and bring communities together.
Two suspects are locked up in connection with the alleged robbery of a Shreveport man over the weekend.
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NBC 6, Cumulus Broadcasting and Harrah's Casino joining forces to help cut down our carbon footprint.
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A surgeon at Sanford Health is making headlines and saving lives, after developing a new procedure back in 2012.
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The Lilly Pulitzer capsule collection for Target sells out just minutes of store opening...
Time to bring you "Up to Speed" on local and national headlines for today...
Although a Caddo District Judge threw out the case last week against one of the defendants in Shreveport’s Fire Station No. 8 scandal, the Caddo District Attorney’s office plans to file a motion to reinstate the case on Monday.
More than 1,700 SWEPCO customers were without power in the New Boston this afternoon, but the problem was not weather-related according to Carey Sullivan, communications director.
The Bossier City Police Department and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for information that will help lead to the arrest of a suspect who was caught on video
Hundreds gathered Sunday at the former site of the Oklahoma federal building that was destroyed by a truck bomb 20 years earlier.
The Caddo Sheriff's Marine Unit has recovered the body of a man who authorities believe jumped from the Texas Street Bridge on Thursday.
Successful entrepreneurs mentor new owners as part of Louisiana Startup Prize competition.
UPDATE: The eastbound lanes on Bert Kouns Industrial Loop near Linwood are now open, after being closed due to an accident involving at least four cars.
SPAR aqnnounces activities for all ages:
Nearly 100 Bossier Sheriff’s Office deputies, staff, Young Marines and community volunteers picked up 131 bags of trash at six different locations throughout Bossier for the 2nd Annual “Operation Clean Sweep” Saturday.
A local man is recovering from injuries received after being shot during an apparent robbery attempt in West Shreveport Friday night.
Shreveport Police investigators have obtained an arrest warrant for a man suspected in a shooting which sent another man to the hospital early Sunday morning.
A Monroe man is behind bars at Caddo Correction Center charged in a Shreveport murder, following his arrest by federal agents Thursday.
The Bossier City Fire Department responded to a fire that damaged a house in the 1200 block of St. Charles Street and sent one woman to a hospital.
Hallsville residents and workers say there's still a long way to go to get back to normal.