Nearly 100 Bossier Sheriff’s Office deputies, staff, Young Marines and community volunteers picked up 131 bags of trash at six different locations throughout Bossier for the 2nd Annual “Operation Clean Sweep” Saturday.
A local man is recovering from injuries received after being shot during an apparent robbery attempt in west Shreveport Friday evening.
A local man is recovering from injuries received after being shot during an apparent robbery attempt in West Shreveport Friday night.
Shreveport Police investigators have obtained an arrest warrant for a man suspected in a shooting which sent another man to the hospital early Sunday morning.
A Monroe man is behind bars at Caddo Correction Center charged in a Shreveport murder, following his arrest by federal agents Thursday.
The Bossier City Fire Department responded to a fire that damaged a house in the 1200 block of St. Charles Street and sent one woman to a hospital.
Hallsville residents and workers say there's still a long way to go to get back to normal.
CNN. Mike Huckabee will not jump into the Republican presidential race tonight in his interview on Fox News, he said, but rather will reveal "when and where" he will make an announcement.
Local business students are recognized at recent state competition.
Kendrick Sneed, 24, of Bossier City died of synthetic marijuana poisoning according to Killeen, Texas Police Department.
Casino gaming proves to serve as a strong community partner.
The Ark-La-Tex Ambassador BBQ COOK-OFF has awarded six area high school seniors with college scholarships funded by the BBQ Cook-off Grillin for Grads event.
The Caddo Sheriff’s Office needs your help locating Bryce Deangelo Hill, who made terrorizing threats to a family member.
Chief of Police Willie Shaw has fired a Shreveport Police officer following a pre-disciplinary conference Friday morning.
A Bella Vista, AR man is facing charges in connection with the rape of a minor.
Texarkana, Texas Police have identified the two suspects involved in an aggravated robbery of an elderly woman in a grocery store parking lot.
NBC News - A car bomb exploded on Friday outside the U.S. Consulate in the Iraqi city of Erbil, a State Department official told NBC News.
A Monroe woman has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for receiving more than $119,000 in Social Security benefits intended for her father who had died years before.
NBC News - Pope Francis is considering a visit to Cuba when he travels to the United States later this year, the Vatican said Friday - a symbolic move at a time when the nations begin to restore diplomatic ties.
NBC News - The Texas unemployment rate fell to 4.2 percent in March, putting it at the lowest level since July 2007.
A homeless man was found dead early Friday morning in Texarkana, Texas.
NBC News - Baseball-sized hail, lashing rain and 10 reported tornadoes pounded Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas on Thursday as part of severe weather system that threatens to soak much of the South and Southeast into next week.
NBC News - Sleep apnea may hasten memory and thinking declines, leading to earlier diagnoses of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease, suggests a study released Thursday.
Come Saturday some local jazz and blues greats will fill The Shop as the Renzi Education & Arts Center hosts its 3rd annual Jazz and Blues Brunch Fundraiser.
With a powerful chain saw comes responsibility and knowing the safety hazards with it.
Learning the perfect handshake is important for these "Amazing Shake" finalists.
A preview of what's hot, this season is Kenda Beechy, owner of 'New to You'.
We got the chance to talk to the finalists in a competition designed to teach important life skills...
It's a debate that puts many people's religious beliefs at odds with science.
We bring you "Up to Speed" on the latest local and national headlines for Friday, April 17th.
What you wear to your job interview can play a role in determining whether you get the job and could be contributing factor to how much you earn.
LSUS and Allied Health partner to bring a documentary addressing sexual assaults to students
Although Caddo Magnet won the high school championship in the 2015 Archery in Louisiana Schools (ALAS) State Tournament, Benton Middle
A New Iberia man pleaded guilty to videoing boys engaging in sexual activity over the internet, according to United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley.
Shreveport Police officer has been placed on administrative leave this evening by Chief of Police Willie Shaw following allegations of alleged policy violations.
Governor Bobby Jindal cut $170,000 from the Louisiana Developmental Disability Council budget
Students show off their skills.
American Eagle set to use bigger airplanes
Green Oaks students in Shreveport get a lesson in STEM
Locals participate in a grassroots forum in West Shreveport
KXAS NBC/Dallas - More than 1 million electric blower vacuums made in China are being recalled due to fire and burn hazards, according to The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
More than 180 fugitives, gang members, sex offenders and violent criminals are off the streets in the Western District of Louisiana as a result of Operation Violence Reduction7, a six-week long U.S. Marshals-led enforcement initiative conducted to reduce violent crime.
Shreveport and Bossier City Police say the Texas Street Bridge has reopened in both directions.
Agents with the United States Marshal’s Violent Offender Task Force have arrested Terrence Harris who is accused of firing a gun into an apartment occupied by multiple people including three children.
Texarkana, Texas Police are on the lookout for a teenager who is seen on video snatching an elderly woman's purse.
Farmers were urged to be more mindful of protecting themselves from harm on the job at an LSU AgCenter farm safety meeting held Wednesday.
NBC News - Hillary Scott had a "crazy morning" on the way to Dallas, Texas, Thursday.
Mimicking the growing population of East Baton Rouge Parish, the number of Formosan subterranean termites found in traps across the area is also increasing.
Toddler crying foul now that one democratic contender has announced.
Northwestern State University will expand its memorandum of understanding with Fort Polk by signing an addendum in which the university’s Leesville-Fort Polk campus will offer associate degrees in nursing and bachelor’s degrees in business administration, criminal justice, social work, hospitality management and tourism, nursing and general studies with concentrations in arts and communications, computer and natural science and social science.