Louisiana state officals confirm first West Nile virus death in 2013

Louisiana officials with the Department of Health and Hospitals confirmed Friday the state's first death of 2013 caused by West Nile virus. It happened in Rapides Parish.

Overnight shooting leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

A double shooting in Shreveport's Allendale neighborhood this morning, has claimed the life of a local man and left another victim with serious injuries.

VIDEO: Shreveport PD seeking department store thief

Shreveport Police investigators need assistance in identifying a black male suspect, approximately 6'0", wearing a reddish/orange long sleeve shirt, tan hat, dark pants, who, on August 26, 2013, at 9:00 p.m., walked

Bossier Financial Crimes arrests 67 year old woman wanted for identity, wallet theft

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force arrested Jo Anne Carter, 67, of Shreveport, Thursday, on charges of identity theft and theft in connection with wallet theft.

3 East Texans arrested for attempted ATM theft in Bossier City

The Bossier City Police Department has confirmed the third suspect who was involved in the attempted theft of an automatic teller machine that resulted in a police pursuit in August has been arrested in Denton County, Texas, on w

Bossier Financial Crimes, Crime Stoppers seeking public's help in locating for gas card theft

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for assistance in locating a man wanted for making thousands of dollars in unauthorized purchases with a gas card that belonged to a former employer.

Bossier Sheriff presents check to crime victim

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington presented a check for $4,860 from the Louisiana Crime Victims Reparations Program Thursday to 20-year-old Carnellious Cooper of Shreveport who was seriously injured during hit-and-run earlier this year.

3 deaths may be tied to synthetic marijuana in Colorado

Three people in Colorado may have died after smoking synthetic marijuana, state health officials fear.

VIDEO: TX boy with rare disease gets bike stolen at rehab, friends band together to get him new one

An 11-year-old Texas boy, living with a life-altering disease, was dealt another set-back. His bike was stolen while he was doing the one thing that helps him cope with his illness, boxing.

Obama to take his case to American people on Tuesday

President Barack Obama will take his case for a military attack on Syria directly to the American people in a nationwide address Tuesday, he told reporters in Russia at the conclusion of the G20 summit.