SHREVEPORT, La. -- From a deadly pandemic -- to multiple hurricanes -- to a contentious election. We came together despite being socially dist…
Two years after a renowned neurosurgeon left LSU Health Shreveport under a cloud of questions about his billing practices, 3 Investigates has learned that he is now under scrutiny at his new job over treatment of employees and spending.
"We're full," a local hospital executive told KTBS.
More than 20 lives have been claimed by violence in Shreveport in the three months since acting U.S. Attorney Alex Van Hook announced a renewed push to crack down on gun crimes.
A ruling in this case could impact more than 1,500 inmates currently in Louisiana prisons.
Nonprofit organizations, like the Shreveport Bar Foundation, are seeing an increased need for help due to conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal health officials say COVID-19 vaccines are coming in the weeks and months ahead, but those on the state level expect major challenges in getting people immunized.
After three decades in Angola, a Shreveport man has put his violent past behind him, and he hopes his community can do the same.