Local News

State Superintendent John White visits North DeSoto Middle School

Louisiana has never been known for having the best educational system in the country, but State Superintendent of Schools, John White, is working hard to make education a priority in the start.

SWEPCO warns of phone scam

Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) is alerting customers in its service area of a telephone scam that, based on initial reports, appears to be targeting Hispanic households, but has the potential to affect all customers.

Caddo Sheriff's Department opens rifle range to the public

With the smell of deer in the air, the Caddo Sheriff, Steve Prator, has decided to open their rifle range to the public for sight in rifles. The facility opened to the public Tuesday, and still has three days left for public use.

SPD puts out alert for man missing since June

The Shreveport Police Department needs your help to find a man who has not been seen or heard from for over four months.

East Texas grandparents found guilty of scalding toddler in tub

An East Texas couple arrested for injury to a child was found guilty in a smith county courtroom Tuesday afternoon. Kenneth Neal Walker, 55, Shelley Walker, 60, were taken into custody in February.

Woman kidnapped, raped from apartment in Tigerland-area

A woman was allegedly kidnapped and raped yesterday afternoon in the Tigerland-area.

3 Shreveport teens arrested in botched robbery

Shreveport Police detectives have arrested three men in connection with an attempted armed robbery of a south Shreveport residence Monday evening.

Heroic K-9 finds missing autistic child

With the help of a heroic K-9, Harrison County deputies were able to find a missing autistic child quickly.

Law enforcement working together to fight crime

Crime seems to be running rampant over the area. From home invasions in Shreveport, to homicide in Bossier City, to DUI's all over the area, something has to be done.

Letter sent to Attorney General regarding LSU Shreveport Medical Center

State Representative Barbara Norton has been coming to LSU Medical Center for as long as she can remember, and there is no doubt in her mind that, for the good of the people, the hospital needs to remain public.