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Baker Police officer arrested for illegally soliciting funds for DARE program

A former Baker Police Officer was arrested yesterday for allegedly soliciting funds illegally from schools for the DARE program.

Caddo Sheriff's Office launches new website

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office has launched a new version of its website at www.caddosheriff.org.

BCFD to teach children fire safety at Bossier Central Library

The Bossier City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau will teach a life saving lesson to children and their parents at Bossier Central Library next week.

Bossier Sheriff's Office releases 2011-2012 crime stats

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington releases 2012 crime statistics which reflect a decrease in violent crimes and an increase in property crimes, while total calls for service with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office slightly decreased last year.

Mardi Gras: then and now

Like much of history, Mardi Gras is ever evolving. It started out as a religious holiday, and now it's much more than that.

Horse owner sought

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is looking for the owner of a black horse that was picked up while running loose on Johnson Koran Road in south Bossier Parish.

Woman arrested for stealing from employer

The former officer manager for a local animal hospital was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing over $100,000 from her employer.

Shreveport Police seeking armed robbery suspects

Authorities need your help in identifying and apprehending two suspects who robbed a west Shreveport convenience store early this morning.

Shreveport man in critical condition after alleged assault

Just after 4pm on Monday, Shreveport Police were called to the 9200 block of Cade Drive in South Shreveport.

Car seats save lives, and it's against the law not to use them

When Sarah Sutton and her 6 week old son Layton were hit head on by a semi, police say that, in part, the reason Layton is still alive is because he was properly strapped in his car seat.