Local News

Louisiana flags flying at half staff per President Obama

Flags at the Bossier City Municipal Complex and all Bossier City municipal buildings are flying at half staff per President Obama's order, out of respect for the victims of the senseless acts of violence perpetrated on April 15, 2013,

Body found near 12-Mile Bayou identified as missing West Monroe man

A body found Sunday by a fisherman near 12-Mile Bayou has been identified as that of a missing West Monroe man, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

MLK Birmingham jail letter

Students, faculty and staff at the Bossier Parish Community College joined millions around the country to celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s famous Birmingham jail letter.

Police are looking for theft suspect

Bossier City detectives are asking the public for help with locating a woman who is wanted for stealing an iPhone.

Overnight fire closes business

A Shreveport businesses doors were closed this morning due to an overnight fire. The fire happened just after 11:00pm last night at the Twin City Smoke Shop in the 3900 Block of Jewella Avenue.

Three students shot at Grambling after altercation

 A shooting at Grambling State University has sent three of its students to an area hospital. At around 7:15 p.m. on April 15, a fight broke out near one of the campus dorms. The scuffle quickly escalated into gunfire.

Lakeshore Elementary School evacuated after gas leak

UPDATE: The gas leak has been stopped and an "ALL CLEAR" has been given to Lakeshore Elementary School. Students have been allowed to return to their regular classrooms.

Sarepta man dies after 2-vehicle crash

On Monday, at 10:14 p.m., troopers assigned to Louisiana State Police Troop G responded to a two-vehicle fatal crash on U.S. Highway 371 at Louisiana Highway 2 in Webster Parish.

Bossier PD seeking applicants for jailer positions

The Bossier City Police Department is currently accepting applications for jailers.

Locals disagree with state school board's decision

When the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) visited Shreveport, many were glad to see them. Now, that may not be the case.