Local News

Warrant issued for suspect in north Shreveport shooting

A local man is now being sought by police in connection with a shots fired incident which occurred last week in north Shreveport.

Shreveport's Historic Preservation Commission delays a decision into expanding the downtown historic district

The Downtown Development Authority has cleaned up downtown historic maps to make other buildings eligible for historic tax credits. 

Police spent time with the youngest community members

Like most of the other children, Isis Coleman signed up for Shreveport Police Department's basketball camp for one reason, "I love basketball."

Sex offender arrested in social media sting

A Shreveport man who thought he was setting up a meeting with a teenage girl was arrested for failing to register as a sex offender.

Former soldier sentenced for sexually abusing a young child

A former Fort Polk soldier was sentenced Thursday to 210 months in prison and five years of supervised release for sexually abusing a minor under the age of nine, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today.

Police: 2 arrested breaking into apartment vehicles

Two men were arrested following their alleged involvement in multiple vehicle break-ins Monday morning.

Street sweepers are returning to the city of Shreveport

An ordinance to amend a general budget to fund a street sweeping program has been adopted. It has been several years since the city of Shreveport has had street sweepers and now residents can expect to see them again soon.

SHERIFF: ETX woman arrested after admitting to killing 4-year-old daughter

An East Texas woman has been arrested after she admitted to killing her four-year-old daughter.

Southern city thinks progressively about cat overpopulation

Most cats brought to Caddo Parish Animal Services won't ever leave. Chances are they'll be put down. This year more that 76% of the cats brought in to Caddo's Animal Services have been euthanized.

Unaccompanied minors staying at Hirsch Coliseum a moot point

In 2008, then president George W. Bush signed H.R 7311, also known as the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008.