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Future unclear for Mansfield factory workers

The day before the CQMS Razer factory in Mansfield was scheduled to re-open after a furlough, employees got some bad news. The plant is suspending its mining equipment manufacturing for at least another week.

Law enforcement: Be aware of thefts, scams during holiday season

We all get distracted this time of year while searching for the perfect gift or fetching those last minute groceries. But the truth is, criminals aren’t distracted.

Job market looking up for young Ark-La-Tex workers

The job market's looking up for younger workers, according to Department of Labor statistics. That follows a dent in hiring of recent college graduates from ages 16 to 24.

Shreveport-Bossier Captains sold, moving to Laredo

2011 will go down in the books as the last season for the Shreveport-Bossier Captains.

Law enforcement closes in on purse snatcher

Police detectives investigating a purse snatching that occurred last night in west Shreveport are releasing surveillance photos of a possible suspect.

Man strangles live-in girlfriend, taken into custody

A Princeton man was arrested Tuesday for strangling his girlfriend and giving her multiple “hickies” on her chest against her will.

Red River Parish juror arrested for abuse of office

A former Red River Parish police juror has been arrested by state police detectives for malfeasance in office and abuse of office.

Ark-La-Tex food pantry reaches out for help

Blessings of Grace, the food pantry of Jefferson, Texas, will feed over 100 families tonight. However, that almost didn't happen, when workers walked in after Thanksgiving and found empty shelves.

Authorities release identity of man killed in Thanksgiving shooting

Police are releasing the name of a man shot to death while allegedly breaking into a home in west Shreveport early Thanksgiving morning.

Police need public's help finding missing man

Bossier City police are asking the public for help with locating a man who has been reported missing.