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July 25 10:10 AM
On Tuesday, the Shreveport City Council approved spending $600,000 to purchase two street sweepers to target debris on arterial streets, highway ramps, intersections and medians. The machines haven’t been regularly used in Shreveport for several years, allowing excessive litter to collect along the curb lines and untraveled portions of area streets.
July 25 10:10 AM
After the officers received their new badges, Deputy Chief Duane Huddleston said, “Now, for the first time, especially on the sergeant level, you’re not responsible for only your actions, you’re responsible for other people who work for you. And the way you handle that is you correct, coach and counsel.
July 25 10:10 AM
Both the driver and the rear passenger of the Escort, identified as 24-year-old Stephen Charles Litton of Mooringsport and 18-year-old Christopher Allen Delpapa of Monticello, Ark., respectively, died at the scene..
July 18 11:28 AM
Back on Oct. 24, 2010, Shreveport police officer Sgt. Tim Prunty was making his rounds and conducting a business check at a Circle K store at the corner of Dean Road and Bert Kouns to make sure the clerk was OK and there were no problems. As he exited the store, a man got out of his car and fatally shot the officer.
July 18 11:28 AM
Christmas on Caddo Fireworks Festival Beauty Pageant will begin 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 26, at Singing Pines Recreational Complex in Hosston, La., Girls ages zero-19, will compete in 13 separate divisions, including Baby Miss, Little Miss, Teen Miss, Jr.
July 11 09:52 AM
Mayor Cedric Glover recognized three citizens for their extraordinary efforts to hold a privately operated landfill accountable for the repeated violations and fires originating from the facility and negatively affecting the city, particularly the Martin Luther King Jr.
July 11 09:52 AM
The Great Expectations Shreveport-Caddo Master Plan highlights the Cross Bayou site for eventual redevelopment that would create a new, mixed-use residential neighborhood while ensuring public waterfront access and connectivity to downtown and adjacent neighborhoods.
July 04 08:01 AM
“As we grow and expand out area of assistance to the poor and vulnerable, we want our name to better reflect the broader geographical area in which our service will be available,” the charity noted in a release announcing the change..

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