Local News

Man arrested for reporting fake robbery

Shreveport Police detectives have arrested a local man after he allegedly filed a false police report.

Two Caddo Parish women arrested for beating siblings

Two women are in jail for beating four siblings with an extension cord and other items, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Bossier City youth soccer registration open

Registration is underway for the 2011 Bossier Parks and Recreation Youth Spring Soccer season for boys and girls ages 4 to 14. The season is scheduled to begin April 4, 2011. The deadline to register is February 19, 2011.

Emergency shelter opens as extra escape from cold

The Summer Grove Baptist Church opened up an emergency winter weather shelter to help anyone hoping to get out of the freezing temperatures and into the warmth.

Bathtub burglars behind bars

Three local men have been arrested by Shreveport police after a concerned citizen notified authorities of a burglary in progress.

SporTran to roll out new CNG buses

'Compressed natural gas' is a common phrase heard around the Ark-La-Tex, and the transit system for Shreveport and Bossier City is finally getting in on the act.  SporTran will soon roll out new environmentally-friendly buses in th

Shreveport police arrest three involved in shooting

At approximately 7:22 p.m. on Sunday, Shreveport police patrol officers were sent to a shooting near the intersection of Mabel Street and Greenwood Road.

2-month long investigation leads to arrest

A two month long undercover investigation into the sale of illegal narcotics resulted in the arrest of a Bossier City man and seizure of marijuana, crack cocaine and thousands of dollars in cash.

Bossier City house damaged by weekend blaze

The Bossier City Fire Department responded to a fire Sunday morning in the 3100 block of Stockwell Road that heavily damaged a house. Firefighters were called to the scene at approximately 5:15 a.m. and found flames coming from the structure.

Louisiana colleges learn proposed program cuts

The Louisiana Board of Regents announced on Wednesday that more than 450 academic programs could be terminated due to low-completion rates at certain public universities.  These cuts could affect the only four-year university in the Shreve