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1 hospitalized, 1 arrested in Shreveport robbery

A Shreveport man is recovering after getting shot in the leg by two men who tried to rob him in north Shreveport Saturday night.

Bossier City auctioning off surplus vehicles, equipment

City of Bossier City vehicles along with dozens of other items including power tools, riding mowers, and bicycles that have been declared surplus will go up for bid to the public this weekend.

Weekend plane crash kills one in Harrison County

Harrison County officials confirm one person has died after a plane crashed in the northeastern part of Harrison County

"Runaway Slave" premieres in Bossier City

An Ark-La-Tex native saw his first documentary premiere on the big screen in Bossier City this weekend. Rev. C.L. Bryant grew up in Shreveport and lives in DeSoto Parish with his wife, Jane.

Major wreck on I-20 westbound near mile marker 27, traffic diverted

Three vehicles are involved in a major accident on westbound Interstate 20, near mile marker 27. Louisiana State Police officials say at least one person has been flown to LSU Medical Center with life threatening injuries.

Shreveport Police investigate missing narcotics evidence

Law enforcement authorities are conducting an investigation into evidence missing from the Shreveport Police Department’s property room.

UPDATE: Arrest made in Mickey Shunick case

Update: Lafayette Police Department held a press conference on Friday, July 6 to update the public in regards to the arrest made in the Mickey Shunick investigation.

Police: Arrest made in Mickey Shunick case

The Lafayette Police Department reports that an arrest has been made in the case of Mickey Shunick. They said that no other comment will be made until tomorrow, Friday, July 6.

ETX man arrested after repeatedly running in front of traffic

A Lufkin man is behind bars after repeatedly running back and forth across a roadway in front of traffic Wednesday.

Thefts in rural Caddo Parish on the rise

The number of thefts in rural Caddo Parish has been inching its way up during the warmer months, but Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator says property owners can help turn the trend around.