Haz mat violation sends store owner to jail

The owner of a south Caddo Parish convenience store was arrested by deputies on Monday for the unsafe and illegal transportation of gasoline, which authorities say was to be resold at his store in Keithville, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Fight over texting gets physical

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a man and woman were arrested late Monday night after an argument got physical when the man got mad at the woman for texting and driving while traveling on I-20.  

Idol auditions come to Houston

Before daybreak on Friday, an estimated 10,000 people crowded outside Reliant Park in Houston. They were there to audition in front of American Idol producers...and grab their chance to take home the title.

Traffic stop ends in drug bust

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a man from Mooringsport was arrested this weekend after deputies found two bags of marijuana in his car.

House fire ends in arson arrest

Fire investigators with the Bossier City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau have arrested a Bossier City woman for intentionally setting her home on fire earlier this month.

More Louisiana students with associate degrees finding jobs

If you want to get a job right out of school, get an associate degree from a technical or community college in Louisiana. That's according to a recent Employment Outcomes Report.

Census shows divorce rates higher in the South

Divorce rates are higher in the South than any other region of the country, according to a U.S. Census report.

Bossier police arrest hotel manager for theft

Bossier City Police arrested the now former general manager of a local hotel for stealing nearly $50,000 from her employer over the past year.

Deputies bust Princeton meth lab

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a meth lab has been busted in the Haughton area Wednesday night, and two men have been arrested on charges of cooking methamphetamine.

Some "big box" employers may cut health coverage for employees, survey says

One in ten employers may stop offering health coverage to workers after insurance exchanges begin in 2014 as part of the health care overhaul. That's according to a survey by a major benefits consultant.