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Water main break causes evacuations at Willis-Knighton extended care center

At approximately 1:30 this afternoon, a 16-inch water main broke near Fortland Ave. near the Willis-Knighton extended care center. As a result of the break, 23 patients were evacuated.

Bossier City takes another step closer to new casino

Bossier City took another step forward in the fast-moving process to build a fourth riverboat casino on their side of the Red River.

Teen charged in home invasion now accused of murder

A teenager arrested for attempted first degree murder in connection with a home invasion robbery on Rightway Avenue has now been charged with the shooting death of a man in Shreveport's Highland neighborhood.

Caddo School Board approves budget

The Caddo Parish School Board approved a $492 million budget for the 2011-2012 school year Tuesday evening.  That budget includes the layoffs of over 100 staff members and the cut of another 100 vacant positions.

Detectives identify suspect in downtown stabbing

Police are searching for a Caddo Parish man wanted in connection with a stabbing outside of a downtown Shreveport nightclub early last Sunday that left a man fighting for his life.

Witness leads police to metal thieves

Bossier City police arrested three people overnight for stealing metal from the KCS rail yard in the 800 block of East Third Street after officers caught them fleeing the scene.

Water main break caues low water pressure in Bossier City

The Bossier City Utilities Department is working to repair a break in a major water transmission line that serves much of north Bossier City.

Benton man arrested for domestic abuse

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Benton man was arrested Monday for domestic abuse battery (child endangerment).

Man behind bars after screwdriver attack

Police have arrested a male suspect after he allegedly attacked another man with a screwdriver last night in Shreveport's Stoner Hill neighborhood.

BC police need your help finding buglars in video

Bossier City Police are asking the public for help in identifying and catching the individuals responsible for stealing more than $40,000 worth of tires and wheels off of trucks at two local businesses.