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Car sales hit 5 year high in November

After a tough couple of years, car sales have a positive outlook. November sales of cars nationwide hit a 5 year high, increasing 15% from October.

Bossier High School remembers domestic violence victim

The early morning memorial was planned entirely by the Junior ROTC at Bossier High School; a group that La'keia Ni'Cole Rawls has been a part of when she went to school there. 

Bossier City council approves new facilities

As part of a comprehensive settlement resolving pending litigation, the City of Bossier City will be entering into a Consent Decree and Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with U.L. Coleman Company, Sequoia venture No. 2, Ltd., A.

Bossier Parish Community College's makes history with fall graduation

Bossier Parish Community College’s Fall 2012 graduation is set to be another for the history books. Not only is this commencement the largest fall graduation in the College’s 45-year history, it also:

Temporary restraining order halts TransCanada Keystone Pipeline

A Nacogdoches County judge has granted a temporary restraining order after a local landowner filed suit against them.

Bossier Sheriff's Office seeks horse enthusiasts for mounted patrol

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is seeking volunteers who enjoy riding horses and are interested in becoming part of the agency’s ceremonial Mounted Patrol unit.

Shreveport man accused of attempted murder in nightclub shooting

Authorities have obtained an arrest warrant for a man who allegedly shot another person in the neck at a Shreveport nightclub over the weekend.

Authorities warn of dangerous app spreading at Texas school

East Texas authorities are warning of a new phone app that is gaining popularity with students at school.

Man drowns in Toledo Bend Lake

Sunday evening, Sabine Parish Sheriff's Office got a call about a man who went missing in the Toledo Bend Reservoir. They immediately sent out a rescue team, but the thunderstorms made it harder for them to find the missing fisherman.

Camp Minden update

After working for 12 days straight, the Louisiana State Police's Hazmat team was given the weekend off to rest and recuperate.