YOUR VOICE: Justice for Tommie-Shreveport Protest/March

Massive, peaceful protests across US demand police reform

Collectively, it was perhaps the largest one-day mobilization since Floyd died 12 days ago and came as many cities began lifting curfews that authorities imposed following initial spasms of arson, assaults and smash-and-grab raids on businesses.
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DC paints huge Black Lives Matter mural near White House

The section of 16th Street in front of the White House is now officially "Black Lives Matter Plaza,” D.C.'s mayor said.


Shreveport teenager missing

Bossier parks reopen

Overnight shooting; one man dead

  #45DaysofAction group hosts prayer vigil in Shreveport

  Tommie McGlothen Jr.’s son speaks on his father’s death while allegedly in police custody

Tommie McGlothen's son wants answers into how his father died.
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Massachusetts police officer joins boy to play basketball

Mekhi Louissant absolutely loves basketball and was playing around when James Conway, a Massachusetts police officer, stopped and asked if he could join in.

  Walmart employees injured; 2 stabbed while attempting to stop alleged shoplifter

  18-year-old faces additional murder charge in Plain Dealing homicide

Marshall Police Chief issues statement regarding protests, demonstrations

La. Gov. Edwards speaks on Tropical Depression Cristobal, COVID-19, protests

  Minneapolis bans police chokeholds in wake of Floyd death

Cedar Grove stabbing victim named by Caddo Coroner

  Former Calvary Baptist football standout pens essay on racism, police brutality

  Mayor Perkins: Shreveport partners with SC Health to provide 10,000 masks

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Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination

Joe Biden formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Friday, setting him up for a bruising challenge to President Donald Trump that will play out against the unprecedented backdrop of a pandemic, economic collapse and civil unrest.


What we know about the 3,259 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

  KSLA Salutes: Commanding the Post

  Standoff: Alleged gunman holes up in apartment

  Texas DPS opens drivers license offices on June 3

Services will be limited to customers with appointments only who are seeking a first-time Texas driver's license, commercial driver's license, learner license or identification card and those who need to take a driving test.

City investigating fire driver’s “racially charged” post

12-year Texarkana, Texas, municipal worker put on paid leave over comments on his personal Facebook page


  Data reveal COVID-19 clusters in NWLA nursing homes

Overall, 434 people have contracted coronavirus and 78 of them have died, the report shows


Tracking Cristobal as it remerges in Gulf today

  Early morning shooting in Caddo Heights neighborhood

  Al Sharpton announces new March on Washington

  Coronavirus cases could rise following demonstrations

  Shreveport mayor, his commission on race meet to discuss policing and community relations

“This is our opportunity as a people to carry on the baton of this movement that was started long before us”
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  Floyd demonstrators vow to sustain momentum until change happens

At demonstration sites around the country, protesters said the quieter mood is the result of several factors.

  KSLA Salutes: Commanding the Post

Tropical Storm Cristobal arrives along the Gulf Coast by the end of the weekend

Hot temperatures as Cristobal heads our way

  Standoff: Alleged gunman holes up in apartment