A former Shreveport police detective is fighting for his job back amid a lawsuit against the police chief. The suit alleges Chief Willie Shaw retaliated against Det. Rodney Demery during his investigation into several firefighters in what became known as the "Scandal at Fire Station 8." Now, Demery is demanding the Civil Service Board hear his appeal, before the suit goes to court. Find out what happened on KSLA News 12 at 5.
The 307th RED HORSE Civil Engineering Squadron was notified today that it will be deactivated at the end of this fiscal year. Closing will mean a loss of more than 200 Air Force Reserve jobs and about 20 full-time civilian jobs. On KSLA News 12 at 6, we'll tell you why the department made this decision and what will happen to those who are out of a job.
Plus, businesses in downtown Bossier City have a lot of questions about the plan to set aside $1 million to buy up property in the area. Since we first learned about the ordinance, KSLA News 12's Victoria Shirley has been doing some digging, trying to get some answers on what exactly the city is trying to do.
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