Shreveport woman lacking pre-natal care

Shreveport is the state's leader in the number of woman who lack pre-natal care, as well as the infant mortality rate.

Hurricane Earl threatens Jersey shore

Nervous business owners line the New Jersey shore right now, all because of Hurricane Earl.

Man charged with battery after shooting neighbor

Officials say Leon Warren has been charged with aggravated second-degree battery after shooting his neighbor in the head Tuesday night.

Small trial postponed until mid-September

Sentencing for Satonia Small has been postponed until September 13. A Caddo Parish jury convicted Small of second-degree murder in the death of her 6-year-old daughter back in 2008 from smoke inhalation.

Standard and poor’s raises Bossier City’s bond rating

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has announced that it has raised the City of Bossier City’s bond rating one notch to 'A+' from 'A' based on the city's strong financial position citing the city’s willin

Caddo Sheriff to host on-line hunter ed classes

Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator is hosting a class to teach adults and children how to take the Hunter Safety Education Course on-line in the convenience of their own home.

Woman to be sentenced for death of child

Satonia Small, who was convicted last week of second-degree murder, will be sentenced Wednesday. Small faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Caddo Sheriff to offer training for concealed weapons permit

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office is offering state-required training for anyone wanting to obtain a concealed weapons permit, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

CSO seeks participants in next Citizens' Academy

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently taking applications for the next session of the Caddo Sheriff’s Citizens' Academy.

Bossicer City offices closed for Labor Day

City of Bossier City administrative offices will be closed Monday, September 6, 2010 in observance of Labor Day. Residential trash collection in Bossier City will also be suspended on Labor Day.