Governor Jindal signs two anti-human trafficking bills into law

Governor Bobby Jindal signed two bills into law that will help guard against human trafficking across Louisiana by strengthening protections for victims and enhancing penalties for wrongdoers.

After 4 years, Michael Jackson's son to testify about father's death

Four years after Michael Jackson died, his oldest son is ready to tell a jury about the last days of his life.

Immigration reform passes key Senate test

The Senate signaled its support on Monday for a bipartisan measure strengthening border security in the comprehensive "Gang of Eight" immigration reform bill, a sweeping blueprint that promises to overhaul America's immigration po

Texas town sues fertilizer supplier after blast

The Texas town devastated by an April fertilizer plant explosion is suing the company that supplied the plant with ammonium nitrate, arguing the supplier sold the volatile compound "blindly" to a firm that didn't handle it properl

Boil advisory for Dogwood South subdivision

The Consolidated Waterworks/Sewerage District No. 1, Parish of Bossier, has experienced problems with our water system.

UPDATE: Harrison County officials asking for assistance looking for an autistic child

UPDATE 10:03 P.M. Hunter Ballew has been found and returned home. He was found on I-20 approximately 1 mile from his residence. He was located at 9:56 PM by a family member who was assisting in the search.

The Fuller Center comes back to Stoner Hill for more beautification

Not even a month after finishing homes for four veterans in Shreveport's Stoner Hill neighborhood, and the Fuller Center of Northwest Louisiana was back in the neighborhood, this time fixing up the houses next to the homes they built for ve

Squatter might have caused duplex fire

Fire broke out early Monday morning in a duplex in the 3100 block of Holly Street in Shreveport's Highland neighborhood, and neighbors think they know the reason; squatters.

New study to take place

The American Cancer Society is looking for 500 people in the Shreveport-Bossier area to participate in a study to help find a cure for cancer. The nationwide study will follow the lifestyles of 300,000 people across 35 states.

Police seeking vandals who slashed 48 tires in south Bossier

Bossier City police are looking for the vandals responsible for slashing dozens of tires on multiple parked vehicles over the weekend in residential areas of south Bossier City.