Local News

Three earthquakes in a week; is the big one coming?

In a week's time, the small East Texas town of TImpson has been hit with magnitude 2.8, 4.1 and most recently a 2.7 earthquakes.

Krewe of Centaur's Mardi Gras Parade set to roll Saturday

The Krewe of Centaur’s Mardi Gras Parade is all set to roll out at 4:30 p.m.

Gunman robs Shreveport business at gunpoint

Shreveport Police investigators are asking the public for help in identifying a gunman who robbed a business on Thursday. At about 12:55 p.m., the bandit entered Easy Money Loans, located at 7013 Pines Road, and robbed the store.

Mental health budget cuts could hurt the general public

Every time Keithville mother, Sandy Harris, hears about a school shooting, her heart goes out to the shooter's parents.

Fire destroys Bossier City trailer

Early Friday morning, the Bossier City Fire Department was called to battle a fire at a small trailer.

BPCC to break enrollment records

Bossier Parish Community College once again reports the highest spring enrollment in its 45-year history. With 7,710 students, BPCC enrollment increased 10.25% over spring 2012.  

Baker Police officer arrested for illegally soliciting funds for DARE program

A former Baker Police Officer was arrested yesterday for allegedly soliciting funds illegally from schools for the DARE program.

Caddo Sheriff's Office launches new website

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office has launched a new version of its website at www.caddosheriff.org.

BCFD to teach children fire safety at Bossier Central Library

The Bossier City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau will teach a life saving lesson to children and their parents at Bossier Central Library next week.

Bossier Sheriff's Office releases 2011-2012 crime stats

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington releases 2012 crime statistics which reflect a decrease in violent crimes and an increase in property crimes, while total calls for service with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office slightly decreased last year.