Christus Schumpert Emergency Room closing at midnight

As part of their consolidation to Christus Highland, the emergency room at Christus Schumpert in Shreveport will close at midnight.

Bossier PD, U.S. Marshals arrest murder suspect

A combined law enforcement effort took a dangerous murder suspect off the streets of Bossier City today.

Cowboys lose another DL due to shoulder injury

The Dallas Cowboys injuries keep on coming. According to ESPN Central Texas, defensive lineman, Ben Bass is expected to miss two to four weeks after suffering a dislocated shoulder in practice.

Shreveport man arrested for scamming businesses to further gambling habit

A man who moved to Shreveport only six months ago said he opened accounts at eight local banks and credit unions to scam money to further his gambling habit.

Fixing Shreveport streets

City street crews are currently working on some much needed street repairs on Lakeshore Drive and Jewella Avenue in District G.

Organization looking to expand

The Shreveport Bossier Rescue Mission is looking at some major expansion. Although still in the early stages, the organization is looking to purchase the Hamilton Terrace Learning Center.

How do residents feel about Syria

With Syria being the hot topic of the country and the world, we wanted to know how do Ark-La-Tex residents feel about the United States getting involved.

Shreveport’s DDA, DSDC Contribute $50,000 in funds to help finish New Cohab Facility

CoHabitat Foundation announced, Thursday, it has been able to finish renovations to its new coworking facility in the newly revitalized Red River District under the Texas Street Bridge thanks to $50,000 in finishing funds contributed by Shrevep

BAFB airman helps deliver daughter, deploys the same day

 Airman 1st Class Timothy Pledger was scheduled to depart for his six month deployment Aug. 30 in the early hours of the morning, but an aircraft malfunction pushed back his departure.

Arkansas legislators to address rising cost of teacher health insurance

The Arkansas Senate Committee on Education will meet in joint session with the Senate Insurance and Commerce Committee, beginning on September 9, to explore ways to hold down spiraling costs of teacher health insurance.