Salvation Army kicks off Angel Tree program

This afternoon, with help from the US Marine Corps, Bossier City Police and Fire, Shreveport Police and Fire, Caddo Sheriff's Office, Caddo Homeland Security, and Haughton Middle School, the Salvation Army kicked off their Angel Tree progra

Pressure on Parkway

A heated battle is growing after parents in one South Bossier community is calling for the removal of Parkway High School's Principal Nichole Bourgeois.

BCPD seek suspect caught on video stealing purse and using stolen credit card

Bossier City police and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with finding a woman who was caught on video stealing a purse and later using the victim’s credit card at one of several local businesses.

Holiday mail for Heroes

Each year the American Red Cross provides assistance to more than 2 million service members and many of our nation’s 24 million veterans.

Texas Rangers hire Bengie Molina as first base coach, catching instructor

The Texas Rangers have hired Bengie Molina as their new first base coach and catching instructor.

Texans cut safety, Ed Reed

According to ESPN Central Texas, the Houston Texans have cut safety, Ed Reed.

Thanksgiving travel stats, most popular destinations

With Thanksgiving only weeks away, TripAdvisor, the world largest travel website, conducted a survey to determine America’s Thanksgiving travel plans. 

One World Trade Center will be U.S.A.'s tallest building, group confirms

New York's One World Trade Center will be the United States' tallest building after all, according to the group that decides such things.

Haunted by the Newtown massacre, police officer faces firing over PTSD

A Newtown, Connecticut, police officer haunted by the horrific images of the mass shooting at an elementary school there said Monday that he could lose his job after being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Supreme Court justices dismiss another Oklahoma law on abortion

Oklahoma lost another round in its effort to restrict abortions when the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday declined to hear an appeal in a case that would force women seeking an abortion to have an ultrasound first.