Local and state officals hop on a school bus to celebrate the first day of school

42,000 students and 6,000 employees reported back to Caddo Parish schools Monday morning, but none of them went back to the school they had attended last year.

Fourth man arrested in allegations of cruelty and prostitution at Shreveport Fire Station

A fourth man is jailed after being connected with allegations of cruelty and prositituion.

4th SFD fire fighter arrested after surrendering

Police detectives have arrested a Bossier Parish man this afternoon as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged criminal activity at a local fire station.

Afternoon shooting injures two

An afternoon shooting incident has sent two people to a local hospital for treatment. The incident occurred in the 500 block of Blanton Street in Texarkana, Texas.

Jindal highlights significant growth at SAPA Aluminum Facilities in Richland Parish

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and Sapa Excursions LLC Plant Manager Ron Ballman highlighted the growth of Sapa’s two manufacturing facilities in Delhi.

4th fireman to be arrested in connection with Shreveport prostitution, cruelty ring

Corporal Marcus Hines with the Shreveport Police Department tells KMSS there is an arrest warrant out for a Shreveport firefighter in connection with reports of criminal behavior at a Shreveport fire station.

Cohab asks for community's help meeting 'Kickstarter' goal to open kitchen incubator

The race is on for local coworking non-profit Cohab to raise roughly $8,500 more or lose all of the money raised so far through online crowdfunding site Kickstarter.com. The fundraising campaign ends Tuesday August 20th 11:59 p.m.

VIDEO: Woman begs for bigger chest on side of road

Desperate times call for desperate measures, but a woman begging on the side of the road in Florida is not homeless. She just wants help to enlarge a certain part of her body.

VIDEO: Woman begs for bigger chest on side of road

Desperate times call for desperate measures, but a woman begging on the side of the road in Florida is not homeless. She just wants help to enlarge a certain part of her body.

ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER: U.S. prisons 'outsized', 'people of color' face harsher punishments

On Monday, United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, held a press conference in San Francisco, in which he stated the U.S. prison population is "outsized and unnecessarily large."