Bossier Financial Crimes Unit seeks identity of woman who used stolen debit card

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with identifying and finding a woman who stole a lady’s wallet from a local business this week and then withdrew money from an ATM with the

U.S. Department of Justice to file lawsuit against Texas over voter-ID law

The Department of Justice announced today that it will file a new lawsuit against the State of Texas, the Texas Secretary of State, and the Director of the Texas Department

Notary prep course to start Aug. 29

A notary exam prep course will be offered through Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education starting Thursday, Aug. 29. The class will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:30 p.m.

BCFD helping raise money for breast cancer research one t-shirt at a time

The Bossier City Fire Department is making it “fashionable” to help in the fight against breast cancer.

Random act of kindness gets SGA president to Northwestern State

Something as simple as funnel cake and a random act of kindness helped bring Kyla Winey to Northwestern State University.

Shreveport man arrested after officers find 3-year-old boy in hot car

A Shreveport man is arrested for leaving his child unattended in a hot car. It happened around 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Louisiana Boardwalk.

Nachitoches police officer arrested in connection with kidnapping

A Natchitoches police officer was arrested Wednesday morning in connection with a kidnapping.

Board member speaks out

Yesterday the Caddo Parish School Board voted to continue the search for the system's next leader and a school board member says he is happy the process is moving forward.

Providence House looking for donations

The Providence House in Shreveport is looking for assistance after supplies was destroyed in a building flood. The flood damaged many items the organization uses to help families in need.

Beatles' promoter, agent Sid Bernstein dies at 95

Sid Bernstein, the promoter and agent who first brought the Beatles to America, has died, his publicist said in a statement. Bernstein booked Carnegie Hall after the Beatles made television gold on The Ed Sullivan Show.