SPD looking for credit card thieves

Shreveport Police investigators need assistance in identifying two suspects who, on January 11th, entered the Circle K in the 9000 block of Youree Drive and used a stolen credit card taken from a vehicle in the 200 block of Johnnie Street earli

Staying safe on icy roads

During icy weather and roads Tuesday, law enforcement advised people to stay off the roads if they didn't have to be on them, but many people had no choice but to get on the dangerous roads. 

Norton gaining support for gun law changes

Just days after the Sandy Hook shootings, District 3 State Representative Barbara Norton introduced her idea to make guns safer.

Obama to announce gun control plans Wednesday

A package of gun control proposals, including a ban on assault weapons, will be unveiled on Wednesday by President Barack Obama in response to the last month's Connecticut school massacre, the White House announced.

Slidell man uses bucket as robbery disguise

A former employee of a local seafood business in Slidell carefully planned his night of crime, but had one fatal flaw in his plan: a very bad disguise.

Officials to bury newborn found dead in Cen-Tex Walmart bathroom

Officials will be burying 'Baby Jane Doe,' the newborn found dead in a Killeen Walmart back in December, on Thursday, January 17.

Suspect charged with early January double homicide

Shreveport police charged one person Monday afternoon in connection with a double homicide that occurred back in early January.

Current road closures in Shreveport-Bossier area

Here is a list of road closures in the area. We will update this story as new information comes in so check back often. CLOSED

Intoxicated driver runs car up utility pole guide wire

An alleged intoxicated driver crashed his vehicle in a most unusual way. When emergency responders made it to the scene, they found the vehicle suspended in the air along a utility pole guide wire.

New York to pass nation's first gun control bill since Newtown shooting

Lawmakers in New York are poised to pass a new set of gun laws intended to fortify the state's assault weapons ban, limit the number of bullets in ammunition magazines and strengthen laws that keep the mentally ill from firearms.