Police name suspected gunman in Shreveport shooting

Police detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for the suspect they believe shot a local man during a dispute earlier this week in west Shreveport.

Mudbug Madness underway in Shreveport

It's mudbug madness in Shreveport this weekend, as thousands flock to the downtown area for Cajun cuisine and music as part of the 29th annual festival. Up to 100,000 people are expected to attend this year.

UPDATE: Bicyclist dies two days after getting hit by truck

UPDATE: Kevin Michael Mouser died Thursday at LSU Hospital in Shreveport from injuries he received in Tuesday night’s crash.

Suspect still at large after a stabbing at a Shreveport night club

A man is hospitalized with several stab wounds after a fight in downtown Shreveport. Police responded to a reported stabbing at a local hospital at about 5:10 a.m.

Baby spinach recalled over salmonella concerns

(CNN) — Consumers need to check their refrigerators because some organic baby spinach is being recalled after random testing found possible salmonella contamination in a finished package of spinach, according to a recall alert published o

Dispute over money ends in a hit and run

A man is in the hospital with serious injuries after he was run over because of a dispute over money.

Money dispute leads to stabbing in Shreveport

A Shreveport man was stabbed several times Wednesday evening during an argument over money. It happened around 6:20 p.m. in a Ceder Grove house on the 200 block of West 86th Street.

Fast food restaraunt robbed at gunpoint

Two men held employees at gunpoint during a robbery at Arby's Wednesday night.

Louisiana man found guilty of east Texas child pornography violations

A 66-year-old Covington, LA man has pleaded guilty to child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.  

DPS Joins Nationwide Effort to Protect Children

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is joining other law enforcement partners and advocates at various events around the state to promote “Take 25,” a public awareness campaign developed by the National Center for Missing &a