Shreveport Olympian departs for London

Met by family and friends at his departure, Kendrick Farris, a weightlifting Olympian from Shreveport, left for the London games Thursday afternoon from the Shreveport Regional Airport.

Caddo Sheriff's Office offers safety course for college-bound students

Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator is offering a one-day safety course for college-bound students ages 17-21.

Parents arrested after child found walking down Gretna expressway alone

UPDATE: Gretna police have arrest the parents of a young boy who was found walking alone down the Westbank Expressway this morning.

Shreveport man arrested for stabbing his aunt

A Shreveport man was taken into custody Thursday after he allegedly attacked his elderly aunt with a knife.

Shreveport officials looking for runaway 16-year-old

Shreveport Police detectives need your help in locating a teenage girl who has apparently run away from home.

First four contestants eliminated on “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE”

On the first So You Think You Can Dance performance and results show, the ten couples performed again with brand-new routines.

‘Swamp People’ to hold open casting call in Baton Rouge

The folks behind the hit show "Swamp People" are looking for new Cajun characters to follow around on the bayou, and they're headed to Baton Rouge!

Investigators look to more cold cases for connections to accused Lafayette murderer

Brandon Lavergne, 33, has been indicted for two homicide cases, but investigators say that may not be the end to this story.

Texas AG obtains relief for Texans scammed by auto service contracts

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today issued a joint announcement with Attorneys General of Washington, Ohio, Missouri and eight other participating states on the bankruptcy liquidation plan for U.S.

Authorities one step behind sex offender accused of assaulting child

The Northeast Texas Area Crime Stoppers tells KMSS they have received a couple of tips on Michael Joseph Gray, but he has stayed one step ahead of them.