Patrol officers arrest man for firing gun

A local teen has been arrested after he allegedly fired a handgun at a group of young men in west Shreveport.

Shreveport Police Chief Shaw promotes five officers

Five Shreveport Police officers will be promoted by Chief of Police Willie Shaw Friday, October 8, 2010. The ceremony will be held in the Assembly Room located on the second floor of the Shreveport Police Complex and will start at 10:00 a.m.

Regional Airport holds mock airline collision drill

Local first-responders participated in a mock aircraft collision on the run way of Shreveport Regional Airport with 500 members of Shreveport-Bossiers’ public safety authorities with volunteers acting a role players this morning on the ru

Princeton men arrested on battery charges

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says two Princeton men were arrested just before midnight on Tuesday and charged with simple and aggravated battery.

Local responders simulate disaster

Local first-responders participated in a mock aircraft collision on the runway of the Shreveport Regional Airport Wednesday morning.

Local volunteer donates award money to Sheriff's Safety Town

Shreveporter Sal Miletello is using money received as a state Angel Award winner to help Sheriff's Safety Town teach children about fire, bicycle, and vehicle safety.

Detectives investigating overnight killing

Shreveport Police detectives are working to identify and apprehend the suspect or suspects responsible for a late night shooting that claimed the life of a local man.

Shreveport Fire Department battles another fire

SHREVEPORT --- For the third time in as many days a grass fire erupted on I-220, between Jefferson Paige Rd. and Lakeshore Dr., this time around 12:30 p.m.

Two people arrested for marijuana possession

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Haughton man and woman were arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.  

Mayor's race to be decided by runoff

The race for the mayor's office is down to a runoff between incumbent Cedric glover and city Councilman Bryan Wooley. On Saturday, Glover received 46% of the votes, and Wooley collected 31%.