Monroe man gets 20 years for counterfeiting

A Monroe man was recently convicted of printing and selling counterfeit money. A federal jury found 36-year-old Wilbert Ross guilty of counterfeiting after authorities found a printer and fake money in his house.

Council votes no confidence over airport director

The Shreveport City Council gave a thumbs down to Shreveport Airport Director Roy Miller. A 5-2 majority voted no confidence in Miller, who sat in the back of the room during the debate and vote.

10-year-old fighting for life after crash

Shreveport police are investigating a wreck that left a 10-year-old boy fighting for his life. Officers say a westbound SUV lost control on Lakeshore Drive and rolled over on Monday.

Authorities identify body found in lake

Police have identified the body of a man found in Cross Lake Sunday. They say there were no signs of foul play in the death of 21-year-old Shreveporter Adunus Glover. An investigation is ongoing.

Sanitation workers protest working conditions

50 Shreveport sanitation workers left their job to protest on Friday. The move was designed to show their dissatisfaction with working conditions.

Police find body at lake

Shreveport police are trying to identify a body found in Cross Lake on Sunday. Authorities were called out to the lake near Willow Point, where a boater found the body.

Jails overcrowding in Caddo Parish

Over crowding at the Caddo Correctional Center is becoming a costly problem. The length of stay for male inmates increased 10% since last year.

House passes Justin Bloxom Act

The Justin Bloxom Act unanimously passed the state House Thursday. The bill now heads to the Senate for a vote.

Bossier residents to see increase in sewer bill

Bossier residents can expect an increase in their sewer bill soon.

Monroe hires new superintendent

The Monroe city school system has hired a new superintendent. Kathleen Harris won after a narrow4-3 vote Tuesday.