Shreveport man arrested for attempted murder thanks to DNA evidence

A man accused of committing an armed robbery that nearly claimed the life of a store manager lands in jail thanks to DNA evidence.

TABC completes investigation into Dallas club, former Cowboy Josh Brent

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) has completed its investigation into the incident that occurred on December 8, 2012, involving former Dallas Cowboy player Josh Brent.

VIDEO: Man facing charges after his toddler walks out front door to gas station for milk

A Bossier City man faces charges after his 3-year-old toddler escaped from his house and went shopping for milk. Police arrested Jeremy Hutchison, 33, after his son walked out the front door to a local convenience store.

Cooper excused from Eagles team activities to receive counseling

The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday, wide-receiver, Riley Cooper, has been excused from all team activities, so he can receive counseling in light of his recent actions.

BREAKING: West, TX declared major disaster area

Governor Rick Perry announced on Friday, the Major Disaster Declaration for West, TX has been approved.

Applications for Firefighter Civil Service test

The Bossier City Fire Department is now accepting applications for the entrance firefighter civil service test to be administered on October 22, 2013, at the Bossier City Public Safety Training Center, 5850 Shed Road.

Changes to Louisiana Safe Haven law extends child relinquishing age

As of Thursday, August 1st, a parent can now use the Louisiana Safe Haven law to relinquish a baby up until they are 60 days old. Previously the age limit was 30 days.

BUFF to the Bone: Wing commander celebrates 20th anniversary flight

July 29, 1993, an Air Force officer in his early twenties stepped into a B-52H Stratofortress for the first time as a copilot.

MSC training reimbursement suspended due to sequestration

Due to sequestration and budget cuts, Barksdale is set to suspend reimbursement for required motorcycle training after Aug. 15.

Al Qaeda threat closes some U.S. embassies

Al Qaeda is linked to a terror threat that has prompted the State Department to close embassies in key Middle East nations, including Egypt and Israel, as a precaution beginning Sunday, U.S. Rep.