Bossier City offices closed for 4th of July

City of Bossier City administrative offices, including offices for City Council and City Court, will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2012 in observance of Independence Day.

Crime Stoppers tip leads authorities to alleged Shreveport rapist

Thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip, authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with an attempted sexual assault that took place at a west Shreveport motel Saturday afternoon.

Shreveport man defends self, stabs attacker in head

A Shreveport man is hospitalized after getting stabbed in the head during a fight.

UPDATE: Bossier City gas leak repaired, displaced residents return to homes

UPDATE: CenterPoint Energy crews have stopped the gas leak and residents are being allowed to return the area.  

Gas prices bring relief to Ark-La-Tex travelers

Gas prices across the Ark-La-Tex are dropping, just in time for summer travel season. The average rate for a gallon of gas in Shreveport-Bossier is just over $3.00, down nearly 25 cents from a month ago.

Louisiana legislative vote session up in the air

Legislators from all across the state have said they don't want to convene next month for a veto session, but it's not a done deal yet.

Tambourine player tased during church service

Edmond, OK (KFOR) -- Most churches encourage praise and worship. In fact, the Bible states, "make a joyful noise to the Lord." But 50-year-old Vickey Sue Beyersdorfer apparently went a bit too far.

Man loses leg to flesh eating bacteria

An Indiana man is recovering at home after losing his leg to a flesh eating bacteria. It's the same kind of bacteria that made national news in Georgia and South Carolina.

Saints agree to terms on four-year contract with DT Akiem Hicks

NEW ORLEANS, LA — New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis announced today that the club has agreed to terms with rookie DT Akiem Hicks on a four-year contract, the Saints’ first selection in the 201

Shreveport recycling pant catches fire

Shreveport crews are currently battling a fire at a local recycling company. At around 2 p.m., officials received a call for help from Pratt Industries located at the Port of Caddo-Bossier.