BOSSIER CITY - Bossier Parish will be cracking down on drunk driving in the near future.
Officials say they will conduct a sobriety checkpoint this Thursday night and Friday morning.
Their goal is to deter drunk driving and arrest drivers under
SHREVEPORT - Police say 12 year-old, Desoto student Justin Bloxom was lured to a taxi cab via text messaging.
Police say 34-year-old cab driver Brian Horn posed as a woman to draw the boy in.
Horn is a registered sex offender.
SHREVEPORT - The man accused of dipping his 2-year-old daughter into scalding water has been arrested.
23-year-old Troy Moore was rushed to the hospital after he told authorities he drank poison in an attempt to harm himself.
Moore's mother and
SHREVEPORT - An arrest warrant has been issued by police for a man who allegedly set a 2-year-old on fire.
Officers say almost a week ago, Troy Moore burned the body of a little girl by dipping her in hot water, then beating her with a belt.
SHREVEPORT - Shreveport-Bossier City residents are on par with the rest of the nation in turning in the 2010 census.
Reports show around 50% of the Ark=La-Tex metro has turned in the census.
New Orleans reports an extremely low turnout at 24%.
BATON ROUGE - The Louisiana House appointed it's number two person in charge.
Joel Robideaux of Lafayette won the nomination for speaker pro tem.
The pro tem often presides over house debates when the speaker is absent.
The first tenant of the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City was welcomed today with a ribbon cutting ceremony and cheers.
The 8th Air Force will be the first tenant for the architectural marvel.
Renovations and expansion, for 8th Air Force
SHREVEPORT - The First Baptist Church of Shreveport is sending aid to the victims of the Haiti quake.
The effort is called 'Soles-for-Souls', and it involves supplying shoes to the people of Haiti.
The church has already supplied over 400 pairs