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New Years business up

Tons of people were looking for a good way to ring in the new years and celebrate new years day even with bad weather and according to one local ark-la-tex business, they said sales this new year’s eve were actually better than last years

A happy New Year's Eve for Louisiana State Police

New Year's Eve is over, and Louisiana State Police are very happy with how the night turned out.

Kid Friendly New Year's Eve Party

New Year's Eve isn't generally thought of as a kid friendly holiday, but Sci-Port's event today changed that. They decided to hold a New Year's Eve celebration at noon instead of midnight, so kids of all ages could attend.

Over the limit, under arrest

With LSU playing Monday night, and New Year's Eve festivities, Louisiana State Police know drinking in inevitable, but they are demanding that people be responsible about it.

Man who died during ATM robbery possibly linked to another robbery

In the early morning of December 20, Shreveport Police were called out to an alleged robbery at an ATM at the Regions Bank in the 1600 block of North Market.

Caddo Sheriff's Office holds first gun class for kids

Giving a kid a gun for Christmas could be thought of as a recipe for disaster, but it doesn't have to be. In fact, guns are very popular holiday presents for kids. 

New details emerge in Christmas Day house fire

The Shreveport Fire Department wants to put the fire out to rumors alleging they did not respond in a quick manner to a house fire call on Christmas Day.

ETX murder suspects appear before judge Friday

Two of the three suspects accused of killing a Longview man in early December appeared before an Upshur County judge Friday morning.

Religion on the gridiron

The day before a big game, you wouldn't think athletes would be taking time to go to a breakfast celebrating their religion, but that's exactly what players from the University of Louisiana at Monroe and the University of Ohio did, alon

Overtime for Camp Minden

After taking the holidays off, Louisiana State Police's Hazmat team is back to work moving the more than 6 million pounds of illegally stored explosives at Camp Minden.