Bossier City proposes 2011 budget

Bossier City unveiled its proposed 2011 operating budget at $46.3 million. The budget must be passed before it can go into effect at the start of the city's fiscal year, which begins January 1.  

Man arrested in triple homicide of brothers

Sheriff Steve Prator says a man allegedly murdered three brothers late Monday night in southwest Caddo Parish because of a “video gaming box”.

Gueydan fire chief indicted on child porn

The Gueydan fire chief pleaded innocent to three counts of child porn.

Three people found dead in truck

Three people were found dead in a truck in southwest Caddo Parish Monday night. Police say it happened around 10:30 p.m. in the 9600 block of Keatchie-Marshall Road.

New text law goes into effect

A new law will go into effect this week, changing the way people communicate on the road.

Man steals from girlfriend to buy her engagement ring

A Shreveport man was arrested for stealing a credit card from his girlfriend's purse and using the card to purchase her engagement ring, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Early morning fire damages house

A house fire on Monday morning is currently under investigation. The Shreveport Times reports it happened just after midnight in the 3000 block of Sandra Drive off Jefferson Paige Road.

Bossier police catch credit card thief

Bossier City police are asking the public for help with identifying a man caught on video using a stolen credit card at a local business.

Senate candidate campaigns in Lafayette

Charlie Melancon is campaigning across the state as a candidate for the U.S. Senate. Mr. Melancon was in Lafayette Wednesday morning at Quality Equipment Company on I-49 to discuss his job creation plan.

New law school to open in Shreveport

Louisiana College will open a law school in Shreveport. An extensive study showed that northwest Louisiana is the perfect location for the new school.