Most child abuse incidents are kept secret

Every year, authorities in the Ark-La-Tex investigate dozens of child abuse cases.  Earlier this year, the death of little Anna Celeste in Caddo Parish was just one of more than 1500 deaths that will occur in our country this year because

Law enforcement issues warrant for suspect after threatening woman

Shreveport Police Investigators and Crime Stoppers are seeking information as to the whereabouts of a suspect wanted for Felony Theft and Domestic Abuse Battery.

Pilot killed in Caddo Parish plane crash

Drivers witnessed a scary sight just north of Shreveport Wednesday afternoon as a small, private airplane crashed near a home killing the pilot.

'Dangerous' Dog Bill up for vote in Texas Senate

Dog lovers could face serious time in prison if their pet kills an infant or an elderly person.

UPDATE: Authorities identify man killed in plane crash

The pilot of a Europa experimental aircraft that went down just north of Shreveport today has been identified as David Williamson, 71, of Bossier City.

Elm Grove man arrested after slamming girlfriend's head through wall

Bossier deputies arrested an Elm Grove man after he allegedly pushed his girlfriend's head through a wall during an argument.

BCFD filling the boot for MDA this weekend

Members of the Bossier City Fire Department will be out this weekend asking folks attending the Barksdale Air Show to join them in the fight against neuromuscular disease.

Two juveniles arrested for arson fire at vacant school

Two juveniles, who should have been in school, were caught setting fire to a vacant school Tuesday.  It happened in Shreveport's Allendale neighborhood just before 11 a.m.

Traffic flow to change following Liberty air show

In an effort to help minimize traffic congestion when vehicles exit Barksdale Air Force Base at the conclusion of the 2011 Defenders of Liberty Air Show on May 7 and 8, traffic flow adjustments will be put into effect at the Shreveport Gate (al

Local firefighters deployed to Tuscaloosa, AL

Nearly a week after storms ripped through parts of the South, more than 300 people were still missing in Alabama as of Monday.  Now, emergency responders and search crews need all the help they can get.  Early Monday morning, the Urba