The Bossier Sheriff’s Office arrests eight people and issues 15 citations after screening more than 600 vehicles during last week's sobriety checkpoint.
A Winnfield man was ticketed for disregarding a barricade aimed at keeping drivers off icy I-49 North.
Bossier Crime Stoppers proved to be an effective crime fighting tool in 2014 as the amount of cases it helped clear for the Bossier City Police Department and Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office doubled compared to the previous year.
Chief of Police Willie Shaw has fired a Shreveport Police officer following a pre-disciplinary conference held Friday morning.
Texarkana Texas ISD schools were closed for 4 days and will make up 2
Nature lovers who are ready for spring, will like this upcoming concert offered by the Shreveport Symphony
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An advance in the treatment of brain cancer is helping people survive much longer than ever and it comes in the form of a vaccine made from the patient's own cells.
The Shreveport World of Wheels event is taking shape at the convention center for its 40th year bringing you some of the nation's hottest custom cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
Toys are getting even more high tech, but these new responsive dolls and interactive gadgets could be vulnerable to hackers.
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The family of the man shot and killed talks about their loss.
While local roads shut down because of snow and ice, one bridge will shut down Saturday because of other safety concerns.
After more than a year of heated public debate, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday passed "net neutrality" rules