8 wounded in Shreveport gunfight early Sunday between groups

Sunday, 05 July 2015 16:50 Written by
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) - Shreveport police say a gunfight between two groups outside a gas station wounded eight people. Multiple news outlets report that police answered a call about a shooting early Sunday and found a 19-year-old man lying in the parking lot. Investigators learned that private cars took seven other people, including a 16-year-old girl, to area hospitals. A news release says wounds range from minor to potentially life-threatening. Investigators say an ambulance took…
Local gunfight sends 8 to hospital
Sunday, 05 July 2015 14:44 Written by
SHREVEPORT, La. Shreveport police are investigating an overnight gunfight that resulted in the hospitalization of eight people, some of whom have life-threatening injuries. Just after 2:30 a.m. on July 5, 2015, Shreveport Police patrol officers were dispatched to a report of a shooting in the 3500 block of Hearne Avenue. As officers were responding to the scene, contact was made with one of the shooting victims, who was located on the parking lot of
McSwain - Jackson Engagement
Sunday, 05 July 2015 12:10 Written by
PreviousNext Miss McSwain Posted: Sunday, July 5, 2015 10:30 am McSwain - Jackson Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Randall Keith McSwain of Houston, Texas announce the engagement of their daughter, Zoe Krystyne McSwain of Rome to Gregory Brock Jackson, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Friends, strangers offer help to airman and family struck by tragedy
Sunday, 05 July 2015 09:16 Written by
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - After visiting family in New York, Airman Mike Romanyak, his wife and their two young daughters should have been back in Louisiana by the Fourth of July holiday. Instead Mike, Stefani and their youngest daughter were stranded in a Louisville hotel, recovering from injuries suffered in a wreck on Interstate 71, and mourning their 10-year-old: the only fatality in the horrific crash. Doug Warner, an anchor at our sister station KSLA…
Shreveport High School Band Marches in the National Independence Day Parade
Saturday, 04 July 2015 21:39 Written by
WASHINGTON D.C. -- A North Louisiana high school band played on a national stage this year. “Our band can showcase their skills and show the world what Huntington High School is really all about. And this marching band. The best raider jukebox band in the land," says Principal Travis E. Smith. It’s been a long journey for the band from Shreveport that arrived in the Nation’s Capital to represent the state of Louisiana in one
Tim Fletcher: Time for BPCC, LSUS to add football
Saturday, 04 July 2015 16:58 Written by
Tim Fletcher(Photo: Douglas Collier/The Times) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE If you’re a high school football player with aspirations to continue playing in college, you have a better chance of being attacked by a cow (4.5 percent chance of occurrence) than getting a Division I scholarship (2.4 percentchance), and I have a beef with that. Compounding the issue locally is an Australian company with American headquarters in Houston. I’ll explain in
Is there a doctor in the opera house?
Saturday, 04 July 2015 16:20 Written by
Dr. Glenn Fernandez in the emergency room at University Health.(Photo: LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE For some doctors, the theater is where they operate. But at least for one recent Shreveport resident, it’s where they sing and hear applause. That’s the case for Dr. Glenn Fernandez, a 33-year-old Alexandria native who just wound up a three-year residency at LSU Health Shreveport and worked in
The Tragedy of Glenn Ford
Saturday, 04 July 2015 15:05 Written by
On November 5, 1983, a jewelry shop owner named Isadore Rozeman in Shreveport, La., was murdered in a robbery. Glenn Ford, a local man who knew Rozeman slightly, was not guilty of the crime. But the next year, the 34-year-old was nonetheless convicted of Rozeman’s murder and sentenced to death. For the next 29 years, three months, and five days, Ford lived in a 8-foot by 10-foot cell in Louisiana’s Angola prison and spent
Keeping the Faith: ‘Safer among the Christian savages’
Saturday, 04 July 2015 14:50 Written by
The Barna Group is a long-tenured research organization that tracks “spiritual indicators” and the role of faith within American culture. Barna maintains massive databases on everything from Americans’ TV-viewing habits to weekly church attendance, and its data is used extensively. A recent Barna study, commissioned by the American Bible Society, sought to determine the level of “Bible-Mindedness” in this country’s largest cities. The rubric for the study was simple: Participants who claimed to read the
PushUps for Charity - KTBS.com - Shreveport, LA News, Weather and Sports
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