Local News

17 fireworks related fires in Texarkana

Every year, 9,300 Americans are seriously injured from fireworks, and not only that, annually 20,000 fires are caused from fireworks. Locally, that trend continued.

Toddler found dead in car

Sharia, a 3 year old girl, was found dead inside her mother's car in Shreveport's Ingleside neighborhood Friday afternoon.

"Routine" stop leads to drug bust

Just after 5am, a Shreveport Police Patrol officer tried to make a routine traffic stop. The driver, however, didn't feel like pulling over.

Helping avoid a drought

July is water awareness month and one local organization is asking residents to be pro-active. Shreveport Green is conducting project clean water. The project is designed to encourage residents on how to protect and save water.

Judge to offer legal advice

Judge Sheva Sims of the Shreveport City Court will be presenting an informational seminar this coming Monday at the court building located at 1244 Texas Avenue.

Bond Commission approves over $344.7 million for local projects and approximately $5.6 million in savings

The State Bond Commission approved over $344.7 million for projects statewide and approximately $5.6 million in savings from refinancing existing public debt at its June 20 meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy.

Hundreds turn up to support Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington's decision

"From this day forward, I sincerely promise, I will set an example for all other youth to follow and I shall never do anything that would bring disgrace of dishonor upon God, my Country and its flag, my parents, myself or the Young Marines

Runners turn out for Firecracker 5K

Over 3800 runners spent their 4th of July morning running. Runners from all over the Ark-La-Tex participated in the annual Firecracker 5K run at Mall Saint Vincents in Shreveport.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

It's no secret that I love the Ark-La-Tex, but did you know former Laker Shaquille O'Neal does too? He loves it so much, he refers to Natchitoches as Shaq-itoches.

Advocates for people with disabilities visit politicians

Around the state, 15 different politicians received visits from people advocating for people with disabilities, including Senator Sherri Buffington's office in Keithville.