Hurricane Isaac en State-run shelter in Shreveport closes <p>The state-run emergency shelter in Shreveport has closed, after housing Hurricane Isaac evacuees for seven days. The evacuees were bused to points around the hardest hit areas of New Orleans. Some will stay in transitional shelters there, while others will return home. Caddo-Bossier Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness director Sandy Davis says the Jewella Avenue shelter will be cleaned and ready for the next hurricane evacuation in a matter of days. Wed, 05 Sep 2012 14:46:26 +0000 Kate Archer Kent 16704 at State-run shelter in Shreveport closes Shelter evacuees in Shreveport play it safe <P>Dell Jones of Avondale and his 10 family members are riding out Hurricane Isaac at the American Red Cross shelter on the LSU Shreveport campus. It's the same shelter his family went to during Katrina. Shelter manager Steve Beyer says&nbsp;he has a good&nbsp;number of volunteers who are&nbsp;working on a rotated&nbsp;schedule. The LSUS shelter can accommodate 700 evacuees. Less than 100 people are currently staying there. Wed, 29 Aug 2012 14:28:44 +0000 Kate Archer Kent 16393 at Shelter evacuees in Shreveport play it safe