Shreveport fire destroys family's home

A Shreveport family is without a home after a fire swept through their Boss Avenue home early Monday morning, destroying the interior. Frances Wesley, who lives nearby, says she first saw smoke shortly after 11 on Sunday evening.

Three arrested for crimes during routine traffic stops

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says three people have been charged with various crimes following stops for traffic violations over the weekend.

Harrison County deputy, wife arrested for sexual indecency with student

UPDATE: Harrison County officials are still investigating the former Harrison County deputy and his wife who are accused of sexual indecency with a child. Eddie Nichols had worked for the sheriff's department for three and a half years.

Baton Rouge woman dies of exposure to listeria

It's being called the third worst food-born disease outbreak in U.S. history. A Baton Rouge woman is dead after eating cantaloupe laced with the listeria bacteria. 15 other deaths are also reported in multiple states.

Suspected case of tuberculosis at C. E. Byrd High School

A Caddo Parrish school spokesman confirms a C. E. Byrd High School student or faculty member has a suspected case of tuberculosis.

FEMA recovery center open for Cass, Marion counties

The FEMA recovery centers are now open to help victims of the Bear Creek wildfire in Marion and Cass counties. FEMA specialists are on hand to help people register for aid, inclduing temporary housing and grants.

Routine traffic stop leads to meth arrest

A Haughton man was arrested Wednesday after deputies found methamphetamine in his vehicle following a traffic stop for speeding Wednesday morning on Dogwood Trail.

DNA on cigarette butt links robbery to man

An accused burglar is behind bars Thursday morning after DNA evidence linked him to a burglary in west Shreveport.

Shreveport man behind bars for firing shots during argument

Police detectives have arrested a Shreveport man who allegedly fired shots in a residential neighborhood Thursday night.

Ellis family wants to rebuild after Bear Creek fire

The Ellis family of Jefferson, Texas has had a presence on White Oak Road for decades. Marie Ellis's father built their home here in 1934. As the family grew, they built around it.