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  • Fast and Furious: Illegal street racing in Shreveport

    Fast and Furious: Illegal street racing in Shreveport

    Wednesday, February 24 2016 3:27 PM EST2016-02-24 20:27:49 GMT
    Thursday, May 17 2018 11:43 AM EDT2018-05-17 15:43:42 GMT
    Veterans park fills with racers and spectators on race nightsVeterans park fills with racers and spectators on race nights

    Street racing on the streets you know well. And according to some racers we spoke with, it goes on more than you might ever know. 

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    Street racing on the streets you know well. And according to some racers we spoke with, it goes on more than you might ever know. 

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  • Fighting cancer: Former firefighter spreads safety message

    Fighting cancer: Former firefighter spreads safety message

    Monday, July 6 2015 7:34 PM EDT2015-07-06 23:34:47 GMT
    Thursday, May 17 2018 11:43 AM EDT2018-05-17 15:43:24 GMT
    Retired Shreveport Fire Chief of Safety, Sandy Davis, shows his colostomy bag he now has to use because he has cancer. He says he believes his cancer developed because of his job.Retired Shreveport Fire Chief of Safety, Sandy Davis, shows his colostomy bag he now has to use because he has cancer. He says he believes his cancer developed because of his job.
    Retired Shreveport Fire Chief of Safety, Sandy Davis, shows his colostomy bag he now has to use because he has cancer. He says he believes his cancer developed because of his job.Retired Shreveport Fire Chief of Safety, Sandy Davis, shows his colostomy bag he now has to use because he has cancer. He says he believes his cancer developed because of his job.
    Firefighters are the people who run into a burning building to rescue us. But what if doing exactly that is putting them in danger for major health risks in the future?More >>
    Firefighters are the people who run into a burning building to rescue us. But what if doing exactly that is putting them in danger for major health risks in the future?More >>
  • Degree of Debt: Tuition-aid gap in public colleges leading to decades of debt

    Degree of Debt: Tuition-aid gap in public colleges leading to decades of debt

    Thursday, November 17 2016 12:35 AM EST2016-11-17 05:35:55 GMT
    While some LSUS students can borrow up to six-figures in student loans, financial aid leaders urge them to know what they need before they borrow. (Source: Victoria Shirley, KSLA)While some LSUS students can borrow up to six-figures in student loans, financial aid leaders urge them to know what they need before they borrow. (Source: Victoria Shirley, KSLA)

    The struggle has also long been felt by public university students and financial aid leaders said state and national trends aren't making it any easier.

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    The struggle has also long been felt by public university students and financial aid leaders said state and national trends aren't making it any easier.

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  • Louisiana Gov. Edwards lays out his state budget proposal

    Louisiana Gov. Edwards lays out his state budget proposal

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 5:31 PM EDT2018-05-22 21:31:47 GMT
    Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards lays out a new budget plan ahead of the opening of the special session May 22. (Source: Stacey Cameron/KSLA News 12)Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards lays out a new budget plan ahead of the opening of the special session May 22. (Source: Stacey Cameron/KSLA News 12)

    Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards addressed the state from a podium flanked by screens reading "Fight for our state. Fight for our people." His address came as the state Legislature prepared to convene to try to solve the state's budget crisis in this year's second special session. The session began Tuesday at 4 p.m. Lawmakers have until midnight June 4 to come up with a solution.

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    Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards addressed the state from a podium flanked by screens reading "Fight for our state. Fight for our people." His address came as the state Legislature prepared to convene to try to solve the state's budget crisis in this year's second special session. The session began Tuesday at 4 p.m. Lawmakers have until midnight June 4 to come up with a solution.

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  • Residents, Superior Grill at odds over expanded parking lot

    Residents, Superior Grill at odds over expanded parking lot

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 4:25 PM EDT2018-05-22 20:25:38 GMT
    (Source: Semmie Buffin/KSLA News 12)(Source: Semmie Buffin/KSLA News 12)

    A Shreveport couple is planning on taking their grievances against a popular restaurant's expanding parking lot to the city council.

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    A Shreveport couple is planning on taking their grievances against a popular restaurant's expanding parking lot to the city council.

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  • Two try to pass fake money in Bossier Parish; one succeeds

    Two try to pass fake money in Bossier Parish; one succeeds

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 4:23 PM EDT2018-05-22 20:23:31 GMT
    Bossier authorities say a man (top) is suspected of trying to pass a fake $100 bill at Circle K on U.S. Highway 80 in Haughton and another (bottom) is suspected of using fake money to buy items at Target in Bossier City. (Source: Bossier Crime Stoppers)Bossier authorities say a man (top) is suspected of trying to pass a fake $100 bill at Circle K on U.S. Highway 80 in Haughton and another (bottom) is suspected of using fake money to buy items at Target in Bossier City. (Source: Bossier Crime Stoppers)
    Bossier authorities say a man (top) is suspected of trying to pass a fake $100 bill at Circle K on U.S. Highway 80 in Haughton and another (bottom) is suspected of using fake money to buy items at Target in Bossier City. (Source: Bossier Crime Stoppers)Bossier authorities say a man (top) is suspected of trying to pass a fake $100 bill at Circle K on U.S. Highway 80 in Haughton and another (bottom) is suspected of using fake money to buy items at Target in Bossier City. (Source: Bossier Crime Stoppers)

    Two men attempted to pass fake money in Bossier Parish. One succeeded. Now Bossier Parish Financial Crimes Task Force detectives are sharing surveillance camera photographs in hopes the public can help them identify the people allegedly involved in the separate incidents.

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    Two men attempted to pass fake money in Bossier Parish. One succeeded. Now Bossier Parish Financial Crimes Task Force detectives are sharing surveillance camera photographs in hopes the public can help them identify the people allegedly involved in the separate incidents.

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