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Sheriff: 5 arrested after victim attacked, bound and kidnapped

Five East Texans have been taken into custody in connection with a kidnapping where the victim was attacked and tied up.

Central Park Elementary students get creative with their veterans program

Central Park Elementary students put a unique spin on their veterans day program held Friday morning.

Decomposed body found in ETX home

On November 7, 2014 at approximately 11:49am Marshall Police Department Communication received a call reporting a deceased person located at the 100 Block of Wood Street located inside limits of Marshall, Texas.

Burglar wanted for stealing fundraiser money from Bossier school turns himself in

A burglar caught on camera breaking into a Bossier Parish elementary school and stealing money collected in a fundraising campaign has turned himself in.

Arkansas man arrested for possession of stolen property

On November 6, Investigators Robby McCarver and David Biggar were assisting Texarkana Arkansas Police Detective Alan Fincher with the recovery of property stolen during a burglary in Texarkana, Arkansas.

Ark-La-Tex Most Wanted

Four men are behind bars, while the fifth suspect is still on the run after an ongoing investigation into a series of armed robberies at a north Shreveport ATM.

Shreveport Vet Center celebrates 30th anniversary with open house

A local veterans home celebrates its 30th anniversary. The Shreveport Vet Center hosted an open house to show appreciation to veterans and recognize their 30 years of service.

Senator Landrieu stops in Shreveport to talk to the elderly

Senator Mary Landrieu is back on the campaign trail after elections on Tuesday night put her in a runoff with Bill Cassidy.

BPCC cuts the ribbon to their newest facility

A local community college cut the ribbon Thursday for their newest technology center that plans to be the regional hub for support and training for other companies.

Local residents turnout to 'Know Ebola' seminar

The Shreve Memorial Library and the Shreveport Chapter of the NAACP provided a "Know Ebola" seminar on Thursday morning.