Local News

Putting together a severe weather game plan

Tornadoes usually occur in the trailing edge of a powerful thunderstorm. They can cause fatalities, serious injuries and destroy neighborhoods within seconds.

Early morning shooting ends with arrest of suspect

A man in in police custody this afternoon after a shooting that occurred in south Shreveport this morning.

BCFD battles blaze at waste disposal center

The Bossier City Fire Department today responded to a local commercial waste disposal center after an outdoor pile of debris caught fire and threatened to burn a nearby wooded area.

Caddo schools cancelling all after school activities for May 21

Caddo schools will release at normal times on Tuesday, May 21. All afterschool activities are cancelled for today. The principal will notify of any rescheduled activities.

Results of BCPD safety checkpoint

On Monday the Bossier City Police Department conducted a safety checkpoint in the 200 block of John Wesley Boulevard as part of the department’s participation in the "Click It or Ticket" campaign sponsored by the National Highwa

Staying safe during boating season

21 year old Wildrick Jenkins of Marshall, TX was killed Sunday afternoon, when a relaxing day canoeing on Caddo Lake turned tragic. Witnesses say Jenkins didn't know how to swim and wasn't wearing a life jacket.

Explo's explosives stored and license revoked

After six months of continuous work by the Louisiana State Police Emergency Services Unit, and the Explo employees working under their immediate supervision, the public safety hazard has been mitigated and Louisiana State Police has revoked the

Police arrest man accused of shooting ex-girlfriend

A Shreveport man is in jail after his arrest for shooting at a local woman earlier this month.

Major changes coming for health system

Today the Christus Health System Shreveport-Bossier announced a new strategic direction which will change how it delivers health care to the entire Shreveport-Bossier area.

Beefing up security

Beefing up security in elementary schools is one of the top priorities for Bossier Schools.