Witnesses rescue one occupant of fatal 18-wheeler crash

Two people died after an 18-wheeler drifted off the road, hit several trees and became engulfed in flames. One person did survive due to the quick assistance of passing motorists.

Bandit makes off with more than $6,000 in alcohol, cigarettes

Police are currently searching for a man who was caught on camera burglarizing a convenience store Tuesday night in west Shreveport.

Twin Peaks plans to expand into Shreveport

Twin Peaks has announced Wednesday they will expand into several new markets, including Shreveport

Obama: Proposals to address gun violence due by January

The nation will have a set of recommendations to address widespread gun violence within weeks, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday.

Gas prices declining in the Ark-La-Tex

The national average price of gasoline has dropped to a fraction of a penny under $3.25 a gallon, according to the American Automobile Association. That's the lowest average in almost two years

INVESTIGATION: Deputy shoots woman during hostage situation

A deputy shot a woman yesterday after she held a man at gunpoint, then turned her weapon on the officer.

Reward offered in Bossier City convenience store robbery

Authorities are now offering a $240 reward on information leading to the arrest of the man responsible for robbing a Bossier City business.

Quitman man killed in collision with tree

An elderly Quitman resident has died following a one-vehicle wreck on LA Highway 147 Tuesday evening.

Boehner places new bet in high stakes fiscal cliff negotiations

In the high-stakes poker of the fiscal cliff negotiations, House Speaker John Boehner is playing a game that could be called "Taxes Hold 'Em."

First-responders recount initial chaos of school massacre

  Amid the chaos that first-responder Ray Corbo witnessed on Friday, there is one image that he will never forget.