A local social club provides free Easter baskets, clothes and more for youth
Speeding tickets are often stressful and can cost hundreds of dollars.
Residents speak out against recent violence.
Click the link to find out if your precinct is voting, and where you can vote.
Polling place workers say lack of advertisement and confusion at source of small turnout.
Offering free concealed handgun license classes to airmen and families on list.
Kick off for 2015 Marshall Healthfest
We are learning more about why Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl may have left his unit in Afghanistan in 2009.
Providence Classical Academy broke ground in Bossier City for a new middle school building.
However, there is a law that requires reporting child abuse
The GUMBO Games are track and field events for children with physical and visual impairments
Children from local area Baton Rouge schools hunted for Easter eggs at the Governor's mansion.
Former Bossier Parish Community College Chancellor is NSU's 18th President.
After a grueling, 15-hour session, the Republican-controlled Senate managed to pass a budget plan
Are you a high school student who loves your library? Have you ever thought about working at one?
During attempted robbery
Police are on the hunt for a suspect who stabbed a man overnight in a Shreveport neighborhood.
Lt. Tommy Garner has decided to hang up his duty belt for the last time.
SporTran is introducing five, new 40-foot-long buses that are more friendly to the environment.
Fire officials are on the scene of a Hazmat situation in south Shreveport.
Each day we send out a special 'hello' to our Facebook Friend of the Day.
It's mainly thought of as a woman's disease, but many men can get osteoporosis too.
This time is a great time to spruce up your digital footprint.
Here are some of the headlines making news this Friday morning.
Police crack down on street fights around the city
Local animal groups join forces with one goal in mind... helping animals find a good home.
The Bossier business community prepares for the 2015 Legislative Session
Search for new title sponsor underway.
The expansion project will make room for 2,000 students
Redwater, Texas is growing