Anthrax case confirmed in 2 TX Sable Antelopes

According to the Texas Animal Health Commission, Anthrax has been detected in two sable antelopes in Edwards County, near Barksdale, Texas. This is the first confirmed case in the state this year.

Inmate charged with kidnapping, rape for incident involving correctional officer

An officer at the St. Martin Parish Correctional Center was held captive by an inmate and sexually assaulted, officials say.

Shrevport PD need assistance catching armed robber

Shreveport Police need your assistance apprehending the suspect who robbed the Circle K at 2700 Lakeshore.

Local police need help identifying Shreve Memorial Library robbers

Shreveport Police investigators need assistance in identifying two suspects, who, on August 28th at approximately 3:55 p.m., entered the Shreve Memorial Library at 8303 Line ave and briefly walk the library floor area.

Making a dream come true

Anna Grace has always wanted a swimming pool of her own, so the Make-A-Wish Foundation took steps to make Anna Grace’s dream come true by contacting Bossier City Firefighters Local 1051.

Crime Stoppers offering reward for information leading to arrest of stolen credit card suspect

Shreveport Police need assistance in identifying a suspect who, on August 9, used a credit card believe to be stolen the day before, to purchase $527 worth of merchandise from the Foot Action Store in Mall St. Vincent.

Set designer steps into the spotlight for "The 39 Steps"

Johnathan Portier is normally focused on making others look good. But this time Portier is in the spotlight as a member of the cast of “The 39 Steps,” which opens Tuesday night at Northwestern State University.

After 33 years as UT AD, Dodds announces he will step down in August 2014

33-year University of Texas veteran Athletic Director, DeLoss Dodds, announced Tuesday, in a press conference, he will be stepping down in August 2014.

Truckers from across nation driving to D.C. in support of Constitution

A group of truckers from across the United States is organzing a rally to head to Washington, D.C., in support of the United States Constitution.

TX veterans slated to visit war memorials in D.C., Cornyn calls for Obama to open them despite government shutdown

World War II and other veterans visiting Washington this week as a part of the Honor Flight Network have been told their war memorials will be closed during their visit due to the federal government shutdown. U.S.