High gas prices change local driving habits

Here in the Ark-La-Tex, many drivers are being forced to make changes in their everyday driving habits just to make it by.

Caddo deputies need public's help finding suspect

Caddo sheriff's deputies need the public's help in locating Chase Randle Hicks of Shreveport who is wanted for forgery.

UPDATE- Triple shooting leaves 3 dead

UPDATE- New information on the gunman responsible for the homicide in Shreveport. Officials now believe that he may be a light-skinned black male, hispanic, or dark-skinned white male. The motive is still unknown.

Bossier police arrest man who allegedly had gun outside school

Bossier city police officers have arrested a Bossier man who is suspected of trying to enter Plantation Elementary school with a gun.

Deputies looking for man wanted on attempted murder charge

Caddo sheriff's deputies are searching for the man they suspect pistol-whipped his ex-girlfriend at her apartment on Roy Road early this morning.

Annual rabies and pet dipping event this weekend

Bossier City Animal Control and Hand-in-Paw will hold their annual rabies vaccination clinic and pet dipping event Saturday, April 16, 2011 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Bossier City Animal Control, 3217 Old Shed Road.

Local victim shares her story of support

Local law enforcement agencies will commemorate Crime Victims' Rights Week throughout this week.  One local woman shared her story of putting her life back together after suffering the tragic death of her daughter.

Shreveport man arrested in connection with shooting

Authorities have arrested a local man in connection with a shooting yesterday that left a west Shreveport home riddled with bullets.

Lung cancer patients keep "lighting up"

A new study reveals nearly 20-percent of lung cancer patients keep smoking, even though it may jeopardize their recovery. Researchers report nearly one in five diagnosed with lung cancer continue to light up.

Government shutdown breakdown

It can be difficult to understand all the rumors surrounding a government shutdown. KMSS contacted Congressman Louie Gohmert's office to seperate fact from fiction.