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Bond rises to over $3 million for former priest accused of juvenile molestation

A former Louisiana priest is facing more charges today that include indecent behavior with a juvenile and sexual battery. This is his third arrest over four months, and his total bond is now nearly $3.5 million.

Louisianans react to health care ruling

In a historic decision, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Affordable Care Act, dubbed "Obamacare," will remain law. The 5-4 vote not only split the justices on the bench, but people across the Ark-La-Tex.

Law enforcement to hold safety checkpoint

Peace officers from several different agencies will be teaming up and working together this weekend to help keep the streets of Shreveport safe.

Employees of local scrap metal business arrested

Two employees of an Oil City scrap metal business have been arrested and booked on misdemeanor charges.

Bossier City fire officials urge holiday caution when handling fireworks

Beginning today, fireworks may be sold and discharged in Bossier City for the July 4th holiday period so Fire Chief Brad Zagone is reminding the public to play it safe if they choose to celebrate with fireworks.

2 seriously hurt in major wreck on Hwy 84

Earlier this afternoon, a crash involving two vehicles seriously injured a man from Mansfield, LA.

Fingerprint leads police to dollar store bandit

Authorities are working to apprehend a local man who allegedly robbed a west Shreveport dollar store last spring.

3-year-old drowns in Livingston Parish

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA — The Livingston Parish Sheriff's office is investigating the drowning death of a 3-year-old.

$2.3 Million awarded to organizations providing support to Texas veterans

AUSTIN – The Texas Veterans Commission recently awarded 11 organizations just under $2.3 million in grants from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance.

Shreveport Farmers' Market continues to draw big crowds

The summer heat didn't keep shoppers away from the Shreveport Farmers' Market Tuesday afternoon. Hundreds turned out to buy everything from fresh fruits and produce to homemade salsa and jams.