Shreveport-Bossier see tourist boost

According to officials, tourist numbers were up by 3 percent compared to this time last year. The Shreveport-Bossier gaming market also played a significant part in the increase bringing in almost half of the business.

Bossier PD arrest man for aggravated batery on a police officer, drug possession

Bossier City police arrested a disorderly man Sunday after he refused to leave a local hotel but not before he became violent toward officers and was taken into custody with the use of a less-than-lethal beanbag shotgun.

LA CORONER: Kraddick died from cardiac disease

Beloved Texas radio host Kidd Kraddick died from "cardiac disease" says the Jefferson Parish Coroner's Office in Louisiana.

6 LA children recovered in nation-wide operation targeting underage prostituion

During the past 72 hours, the FBI; its local, state, and federal law enforcement partners; and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) conducted

Louisiana sales tax holiday is this weekend

Most retail purchases are exempt from the four percent state sales tax during the 2013 Louisiana Annual Sales Tax Holiday Friday, August 2, and Saturday, August 3.

Shreveport PD investigating weekend shooting

Shreveport police are investigating a weekend shooting that left two people injured near west Shreveport.

Shreveport Police seeking convicted burglar

Shreveport Police investigators are seeking the whereabouts of a convicted burglar who is wanted for numerous other burglaries in the Shreveport area.

Indiana bus crash kills pastor, pregnant wife, chaperone on teen trip

A youth pastor and his pregnant wife were among the three people killed when a bus overturned Saturday afternoon in Indiana, a deacon from the pastor's church said Sunday.

McCain honors passing of cellmate from Vietnam War

Retired Col. George "Bud" Day was the "bravest man I ever knew," Sen. John McCain said Sunday of the war hero with whom he shared a cell as a prisoner in North Vietnam.

Body of best man believed to be found after Hudson River crash

A body believed to be the second victim of a boating accident involving a wedding party was recovered in the Hudson River, authorities in Piermont, New York, said Sunday.