LSU employee asked to stay home after returning from Liberia

The assistant director of The National Center For Biomedical Research at LSU has agreed to stay home for 21 days after returning home from a mission to Liberia.

Breast Cancer van stops in Shreveport to spread awareness

On Wednesday you might have seen a giant bus with a pink ribbon on it at Panera Bread in Shreveport. Feist-Weiller Cancer Center's Partners in Wellness parked the van to spread awareness about breast cancer screenings.

Blanchard Utilities takes over East Cove Water System

After years of battling dirty water residents that live on a street in Mooringsport might soon find some relief.

Mayor's proposal to fix city streets killed by city council vote

Another year goes by that the streets in Shreveport will continue to worsen, this comes after the city council rejects the mayor's plan to fix the city streets.

11 arrested in Baton Rouge during multi-agency human trafficking bust

Law enforcement arrested eleven individuals in a multi-agency task force operation focused on human trafficking on October 9, 2014. The operation was part of ongoing efforts targeting human trafficking and prostitution throughout the state.

2 injured following overnight shooting in Shreveport

 Shreveport Police are investigating a shooting that left two people injured in west Shreveport overnight.

Police: Baby dies after left alone in crib for 16 hours

 A 9-month-old Virginia baby died after she was left alone in her crib for 16 hours while her parents drank, police said.

Keithville man wanted for domestic abuse

A Caddo Parish man is wanted by authorities for an alleged abuse that took place at his home.

Bossier Sheriff's seek runaway child

Bossier Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s assistance in locating an 11-year-old boy who has apparently run away from home in northeast Bossier Parish.

U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

 In an unprecedented move to protect U.S. troops that might be exposed to Ebola, U.S.