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DNA evidence lands car-jacking suspect in jail

Shreveport Police have arrested Donnie Ray Baker Jr., 34, for car-jacking a woman last month after DNA evidence matched Baker to the crime.

NAACP asking for apology for 1946 lynching

The Webster Parish branch of the NAACP thinks and injustice was done in 1946, one that still doesn't have justice.

Helping seniors

Catholic Charities based out of New Orleans was in Shreveport today giving away boxed food and can goods to help senior citizens throughout the parish.

Shreveport PD seeking owner of wallet

Shreveport Police investigators are hopeful that the discovery of a photograph found inside a missing wallet may lead to the identity of the owner.

BPCC Middle College students to graduate Wednesday

BPCC will hold its Middle College program graduation ceremony at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 8, in the BPCC Performing Arts Theatre (Building C), 6220 E Texas Street, Bossier City, LA.

Shreveport man arrested for carrying a weapon on school property

A Shreveport man is behind bars following authorities discovery of a weapon on a school campus.

Family mourns loss of man killed in drive-by shooting

Family members have only good memories of 20 year old Devonta Demarcus English. English was killed Sunday night, in what Bossier Police believe to be a drive by shooting at the corner of Wilder and Burchett in Bossier City.

Voters approve tax renewals

Two local school systems’ are celebrating after Saturday’s special elections. Tax renewals were approved by voters for the both Caddo and Bossier Parish School Systems on Saturday.

Update: Boil notice lifted

The boil notice that was issued for the Dogwood Subdivision in Bossier Parish over the weekend has been lifted. Residents were without water after a power crew stuck a waterline in the area early last week.  

Free car seat check event at Kohl's

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children. It is estimated that approximately 3 out of 4 child restraint systems are being misused.