Shreveport and Bossier City have made it on a list of cities that may be precariously targeted by terrorist sympathizers.

The CBS Evening News released a report that listed 55 U.S. cities as being "potentially-at high risk" for being targeted by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The list was compiled after ISIS released a list of names, photos, and home addresses of U.S. Armed Forces personnel, some of whom may have been involved in airstrikes against ISIS. The cities listed represent areas where higher concentrations of military personnel reside.

CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reported the Pentagon responded by asking local law enforcement and military forces to be vigilant in the targeted areas listed.

The U.S. cities warned to be vigilant include the following, listed by state:

  • Texas: Abilene, New Braunfels, San Antonio, Wyle, Fort Hood, Bedford, Kileen
  • Indiana: Michigan City, Bolivar
  • Michigan: Dearborn Heights, Lake Orion
  • Connecticut: Barkhamsted, Manchester
  • Nevada: Reno
  • Georgia: Griffin
  • Maryland: Upper Marlboro, Warrensburg, Lexington Park
  • Arizona: Phoenix
  • Louisiana: Shreveport, Bossier City
  • South Carolina: Daniel Island, Charleston
  • North Carolina: Fayetteville, New Bern
  • Virginia: Burke, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Springfield, Norfolk, Chesapeake
  • Colorado: Colorado Springs
  • California: Manford, Solvang, San Ardo, Monterrey, Newberry Park, Carlsbad
  • New Mexico: Farmington
  • North Dakota: Minot
  • South Dakota: Rapid City
  • Florida: Merritt Island, Palm Coast, Saint John, Middleburg, Saint Augustine
  • Washington: Colton, Cheney, Seattle, Spokane, Ancortes
  • Nebraska: Bellvue
  • Illinois: Orland Park
  • Rhode Island: Newport
  • Idaho: Bonners Ferry