Local News

Trash still sits curbside as sanitation workers go into day 2 on strike

On Tuesday 32 workers called in sick to work, which is 6 fewer then yesterday. Officials say the strike is the result of an ongoing dispute over pay raises and a lack of equipment.

Bossier Parish Schools discuss new school bus law during in-service meeting

In just a few days Bossier schools staff will make their way back to school grounds. 

Man accused of breaking into Shreveport car dealership

A local man faces jail time following his alleged involvement in the burglary of an east Shreveport car dealership on Saturday night.

Caddo and Bossier Parishes designate "Purple Heart Recognition Day"

A day dedicated to remembering how veterans shed blood and tears for our freedom has been signed into law.

Trash pickups delayed after 38 sanitation workers call in sick

If your trash wasn't picked up today as normal, a lack of manpower is to blame for the delays. 

Shreveport man arrested for allegedly firing gun into air

Shreveport Police patrol officers arrested a local man Saturday following reports of a weapon being fired.

Parking meter sale fares better than expected

It's a different kind of sale that you don't hear about everyday! The Downtown Development Authority started selling off some old parking meters Monday morning.

AG arrests 3 Shreveport area men in child exploitation bust

In the latest effort to keep Louisiana children safe, the state’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force affiliates have joined forces in arresting eight men for crimes related to the sexual exploitation of children.

1 killed, 1 injured in 2-vehicle crash

A Hemphill woman was killed Sunday morning after a vehicle crossed the center line and crashed into her vehicle.

3 teens charged in Shreveport home burglary

Two teens along with an adult male are jailed in the wake of an investigation launched into a west Shreveport home burglary.