Would-be burglars caught in the act

Two Shreveport men are behind bars after getting caught in the act of a burglary Tuesday night.

Man stabs roomate hours after moving in together

Bossier City Police arrested a man Tuesday night following a stabbing at the Homewood Courtyard Apartments in the 700 block of Wanda Street.

Ark-La-Tex ranks low on national health survey

For the twenty-first year in a row, Louisiana scored in the bottom five on "America's Health Rankings," an annual report by United Health. The state clocked in at #49 this time, with Arkansas at #47 and Texas at #44.

Duck hunters arrested for burning down duck blinds

Two men are arrested on three counts of aggravated arson in connection with three duck blind fires.

Shreveport police nab two burglars, third on the loose

Two men are behind bars Tuesday morning and a third suspect is being sought in connection with a Monday night armed robbery and attempted business burglary in Shreveport's Country Club Neighborhood.

Drought, storms cause trees to fall

Across Shreveport Monday, trees and branches littered the roadways, remnants of the evening's storms. For some residents, though, that rain caused more trouble than it was worth.

Operation Santa Claus needs toys

If you're looking for a way to brighten a local chid's Christmas this year, Operation Santa Claus has a way to do it. Townsquare Media and Shreveport-Bossier safety departments have teamed up to collect toys for kids.

Future unclear for Mansfield factory workers

The day before the CQMS Razer factory in Mansfield was scheduled to re-open after a furlough, employees got some bad news. The plant is suspending its mining equipment manufacturing for at least another week.

Law enforcement: Be aware of thefts, scams during holiday season

We all get distracted this time of year while searching for the perfect gift or fetching those last minute groceries. But the truth is, criminals aren’t distracted.

Job market looking up for young Ark-La-Tex workers

The job market's looking up for younger workers, according to Department of Labor statistics. That follows a dent in hiring of recent college graduates from ages 16 to 24.