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Investigators closing in on Shreveport convenience store robber

Shreveport detectives are working to identify and catch a man who allegedly robbed a west Shreveport convenience store this morning.

Game warden kills man in self-defense

One person is killed after a game warden shot a man in self-defense Thursday afternoon.

Deputies investigating possible double homicide in Campti

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s deputies, along with personnel with the Natchitoches Parish Coroners office, are investigating what now appears to be a double homicide in Campti, LA.

Keeping your pets safe in cold and flu season

This time of year, we're making a lot of trips to the pharmacy for that extra bottle of cold and flu medicine. However, that's potentially dangerous for one member of the family...your pet.

Shreveport Officer arrested for soliciting a prostitute

SHREVEPORT-- Shreveport Police officials have charged a Shreveport officer with several crimes in connection with a complaint received by the department.

Law enforcement searches for woman passing forged check

Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigators are seeking information on a suspect who is forging and passing checks taken during a burglary on January 1.

Downed trees damage Minden home

Crews are currently working to clean up debris from a house that was heavily damaged by storms Wednesday afternoon. It happened around 1 p.m. when a storm blew trees down onto the house on Buchanan St., behind the Minden library.

Authorities ask public to help identify credit card thief

Bossier City Police and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with identifying and finding a man suspected of using another person’s credit card account information to make thousands of dollars in unauthorized purchases.

Louisiana Boardwalk burglar behind bars after chase, struggle with police

Bossier City Police chased and arrested a suspect Tuesday afternoon after he was seen trying to break into vehicles parked at the Louisiana Boardwalk.

Tenaha "highway robbery case" will move forward

The civil case against members of the Tenaha Police Department and City Hall will move forward. That's the ruling from the fifth circuit district court, which last week cleared the path for the class action suit.