Body found in northern Webster Parish identified as missing woman

The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office and Webster Parish Sheriff's Office found charred human remains around noon on Monday, November 18, 2013, just north of Minden in Webster Parish near Bayou Dorcheat.

CPSO to provide church security program for the holidays

For several years, Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator has taken a lead role in insuring the safety of citizens at local churches.

Michigan man jailed for rape of Caddo Parish girls

A Michigan man was jailed here on Tuesday for the aggravated rape of two Caddo Parish girls, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Abounding Faith Temple to Serve Meals to Allendale Community

Happy Holidays is often heard around this time of the year. But for many, the holidays are far from joyous occasions due to poverty and homelessness. Overseer Andrew Randall, Jr.

BPCC, Bossier City to host 22nd annual christmas show for community

Bossier Parish Community College, in collaboration with the City of Bossier City, is proud to present the 22nd Annual Christmas Show slated for 7:00 p.m.

Serial killer Joseph Franklin executed after hours of delay

White supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin was executed Wednesday morning after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his final requests for a stay, the Missouri Department of Public Safety said.

Paperworks announces new manufacturing facility in Alexandria

Governor Bobby Jindal and Executive Vice President Joe Moynihan of PaperWorks Industries announced the company will relocate its carton-finishing operations from New York to Alexandria, creating 43 new direct jobs.

Louisiana scores low on National Equality Index

Tuesday, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) released their second annual Municipal Equality Index in which they score large cities across the U.S.

Serial killer Joseph Franklin executed after hours of delay

White supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin was executed Wednesday morning after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his final requests for a stay, the Missouri Department of Public Safety said.

Massachusetts high school cancels football games after racial slur spraypainted on player's home

A Massachusetts high school football team canceled the rest of its season after someone scrawled a racial epithet on the home of one of its players. "Knights don't need [the n-word]," the slur read.