Local News

UPDATE: Bossier PD identify body found in local bayou

UPDATE (3:30 p.m.): The woman whose body was recovered from the bayou behind the Arc of Acadiana Northwest center this morning is identified as 53-year-old Pamela Owens.

Governor Jindal signs legislation to protect hunting game donations and combat hunger across the state

Yesterday, Governor Bobby Jindal signed legislation that encourages and protects charitable giving of hunting game at a bill signing ceremony with representatives from the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission and Hunters for the Hungry.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: "Artspace, The Making of Epic"

Forget YOLO, this summer, the hot word is Epic, as in the Making of Epic exhibit at Shreveport's Artspace.

2 children seriously injured in Bossier Parish crash

Earlier today, a crash involving a small motorized scooter seriously injured two children.

Textbooks to Oklahoma

Thousands of textbooks no longer being used by Bossier Schools have been boxed up and is on the way to the school district in Moore, Oklahoma, thanks to the support of Tango Transport.

Fallen officer laid to rest

Hundreds of law enforcement officers from around the State of Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas were in Texarkana, Texas today to pay their last respects to Texarkana Police Officer William Sprague.

Help is available with free PTSD screening at BAFB

A free post-traumatic stress disorder screening will be available for Airmen, families and retirees at the Base Exchange June 20.

6 Explo employees in custody after explosives charges

Six Explo employees are now in custody, after being indicted on June 10, by a Webster Parish Grand Jury.

Campti man arrested for theft of copper

Investigators from the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations/Alexandria Field Office arrested Jim Jones, 61, of Campti, LA, on Thursday, June 13, 2013, for theft of copper (over $1,000).

May the spirits of Shreveport move you at Paranormal Fest 2013

June 20-23, 2013, Downtown Shreveport, Louisiana, will be thoroughly otherworldly. Louisiana’s Weirder Side: Downtown Shreveport Paranormal Festival will run Thursday through Sunday with a long list of spooky happenings.