Local News

One man dies in Friday night shooting

Shreveport Police are searching for people in connection with a shooting that took a man 's life in West Shreveport Friday night. 

Car worth $75,000 stolen from local dealership

Bossier City Police are asking the public for help in finding the suspect who stole a car worth $75,000 from a local dealership on Friday. 

Woman who used her underwear in shoplifting turns herself in

A wanted woman and her accomplice were arrested yesterday for the shoplifting incident at Lil' Miss Priss & Company Boutique, April 2nd.

Undercover agents seize drugs and cash worth close to $100K

Three men are in jail tonight for drug related charges.

County treasurer accused of embezzeling $162,000

Conner Eldridge, United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, announced that 36 year old Keesha Rose, age 36, appeared today in United States Magistrate Court for arraignment before United States Magistrate Judge Barry Bryant on

Bossier Sheriff's Office Ladies' Auxiliary honored

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office Ladies’ Auxiliary was honored Friday for volunteering their time to help and assist patients and visitors at a local hospital.

Police arrest two teens for snatching purse from 93-year old woman

Bossier City police have arrested two Bossier City teenagers for allegedly stealing a purse from a 93-year woman Thursday who was injured as a result.

Unveiling of first Cancer Treatment Center in Bossier City

Doctors and staff at CHRISTUS Health unveiled the very first cancer treatment center in Bossier City. In the past patients of the city have had to travel to Shreveport.

Teen's tragic death inspires petition for bike lanes in Shreveport

Over Spring break Byrd High School students got devastating news that one of their classmates, 16-year old Divorious Magee died due to a car crash while riding his bike on the intersection of 79th and Thornhill.

TxDOT remembers those lost in work zone accidents

As National Work Zone Safety Week starts to come to a close, TxDOT's Atlanta office spent the day honoring the 103 people killed in work zone accidents. TxDOT staff set up a memorial of 103 traffic cones, each one representing a life lost.