The Bossier Sheriff Office is looking for the person caught on camera who stole a laptop computer from a Bossier auto dealership two days before Thanksgiving.
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The teen charged with assisting the suicide of a Parkway student in 2011 will not do any jail time, after entering a guilty plea on a lesser charge today in Bossier Parish District Court.
A Shreveport man has been arrested and charged with attempted second degree homicide following a stabbing that occurred early Thanksgiving morning.
A suspect is being sought by police following a series of business burglaries that occurred overnight along the Shreveport Barksdale/Kings Highway corridor.
The two B-52s that flew unarmed and unescorted through a “no-fly zone” declared by China over uninhibited islands were part of the 20th Bomber Squadron at Barksdale, according to the website defensetech.org.
Louisiana State Troopers are asking for the public’s help locating two people wanted for charges relating to child sex trafficking.
It took Shreveport Firefighters under seven minutes to contain a fire in a house in the 2500 block Portland this afternoon.
The Bossier City Police Department and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with identifying and locating two suspects involved in an early morning carjacking.
A Shreveport man convicted of the first degree murder of his 1-year-old son will have to wait almost three months to be formally sentenced to the death penalty.
A Shreveport pastor was in federal court today for a detention hearing, after being arrested Thursday on charges of sexual molestation of juveniles
A Hallsville Texas man died Thursday afternoon while trying to access his account at the Community Bank in Longview.
Earlier this month, members of Shreveport Police Department's Vice Unit received information relative to prostitution activity occurring in the 6700 block of Raspberry Lane in west Shreveport
A local pastor out of jail on bond pending a trial on juvenile molestation charges in state district court today was arrested at his Mooretown home by federal agents.
Shreveport native Cole Vosand contestant on NBC’s hit show “The Voice” – will sing the National Anthem at the 2013 AdvoCare V100 Bowl.