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Traffic stop leads to meth dealer's arrest

A Haughton man is arrested Wednesday evening for trying to sell meth following a traffic stop for driving erratically on Highway 80.

Seasonal blues setting in

For many, the holidays are the "the season to be jolly." For some Ark-La-Tex residents, however, the seasonal rush can mean a case of the holiday blues. Dr.

Allegedly impaired driver killed in wreck

A Converse man dies in a single vehicle crash in DeSoto Parish Wednesday morning.

Leader of counterfeit ring in jail after two-year investigation

A two-year investigation into a counterfeit check cashing operation in Texas and Louisiana has landed its leader in jail in Caddo Parish, said Sheriff Steve Prator and Police Chief Willie Shaw.

Springhill reserve officer arrested for sex with inmate

Charles Blanks has served as pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church for almost 6 years, but his time as a reserve officer with the Springhill Police Department only lasted 6 months.

Police need public's help finding stabbing suspect

Police are searching for a local woman wanted in connection with a stabbing that occurred in Shreveport’s Allendale neighborhood last week.

Fox 33 co-hosts "Football Camp for Women"

A large group of women packed the Clarion in Shreveport Monday night to meet football stars Darren Sharper and Lance Moore and give to a great cause...breast cancer research.

Ex-boyfriend backs Bialek's claims

Today Dr. Victor Zuckerman is a pediatrician in Ruston, but in 1997, he was dating Sharon Bialek, the first woman to speak publicly about alleged sexual harassment by presidential hopeful Herman Cain.

Princeton man gets busted with marijuana for 5th time

A Princeton man was arrested Saturday after Bossier Sheriff deputies found marijuana on him following a traffic stop, making this the fifth time he’s been arrested for the same crime over the past nine years.

Local group supports chickens in the city

As food prices rise, a new scene is unveiled in America's backyards. People are trying to live life more sustainably, says Ark-La-Tex resident Sarah Touchstone, so they're producing more of their own food.