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Authorities searching for hospital card thief

Shreveport Police Department investigators need assistance in identifying the suspect featured in a department store video. This suspect is seen using credit cards stolen from an office employee at Schumpert Hospital on October 26, 2012.

Shreveport woman hospitalized after being shot multiple times

Update: Neighbors who did not want to go on camera, said they were surpised to hear of this. They also said they didn't know the woman who was shot, and that they were asleep when the shooting occurred. Original:

Haughton man admits to torching his own home

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office arrested a Haughton man Thursday afternoon after he allegedly set his house on fire.

Arrest made in kidnapping, beating and sexual assault

Update: Shreveport Police believe they have caught the correct suspect, but according to 53 year old, Carl Scott's brothers, they don't have the whole story.

What is the true cost of the last drink of the night?

One last drink can be the perfect ending to a night out on the town. But while that $10 price tag can seem like a deal at the time, it may not seem that way after the State Police see a car driving irregularly and stop it to investigate.

Teen in serious condition after bicycle collision with cop car

Authorities are investigating a Tuesday evening crash involving a Shreveport patrol unit and two children riding a bicycle.

12-year-old fighting for his life in Shreveport shooting

UPDATED: One person is in police custody and a child is fighting for his life following a shooting in east Shreveport Tuesday night.

Shreveport man accused of defrauding elderly in area

A Shreveport man is in police custody for allegedly defrauding elderly citizens in the area.

Caddo Parish man accused of hurting 3 young children

Caddo Parish deputies are searching for a man who allegedly hurt three of his friend's young children.

Shreveport hosts Global Strike Command Challenge

Deterring America's enemies from attacking is hard work for the 23,000 members of the Air Force's Global Strike Command, so it's no surprise they would want a chance to have some fun.