Local News

Fighting for decent water

Residents in Haughton’s Oak Haven community have been without working water since last Friday and now the water is back on but residents say the issue is now water pressure.

Some unhappy with Biomedical regarding LSU hospital management

In March, Biomedical Research Foundation began speaking with the LSU Board of Supervisors about managing LSU Hospital in Shreveport and also EA Conway in Monroe, leaving hospital employees on edge.

Caddo commissioner Joyce Bowman passes away

After a much publicized battle with cancer, Caddo Commissioner Joyce Bowman passed away Saturday around 9am. At the time of her passing, she was at home surrounded by her family.

Honoring Sailors

Navy veterans spent their Memorial Day today honoring fallen soldiers. Members from Branch 98 of the Fleet Reserve Association held a special tolling of the bells ceremony at Caddo Lake today.

Red Cross looking for volunteers

Hurricane season is approaching and The Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Red Cross is currently looking for volunteers, especially those who are advanced in the field of health care.

Major vehicle wreck in Bossier Parish

At 11:00 a.m. this morning, Troopers were called to a single vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 80 East of Louisiana Highway 164.

Police invesitgate a fatal stabbing, one suspect arrested

Bossier City Police are investigating a stabbing that took place at a local motel that left one man dead and another one jailed on a murder charge.

Towing safety

Every year around this time, boaters are reminded of rules, regulations and safety standards for boating, but what use are those if they can't get boats to the lake safely?

Leaping into the future

Leap test scores were released by the Louisiana Department of Education this week and one local school is ending the school year on a high note with 16% higher test scores than last year.

NSU to host water areobics classes in June

A water aerobics class will be offered June 4-28 through Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education. The class will be taught from 11 a.m.