Shreveport man found dead inside home

Authorities are investigating an overnight shooting that left a Shreveport man dead. Just before 7:00 p.m., on Sunday, officers responded to a home in the 3700 block of Dilg League Drive after receiving reports of a dead person.

Caddo Sheriff offers "First Gun Course” for kids

Registration is currently underway for children ages 8 to 12 to participate in the Caddo Sheriff’s Office "First Gun Course." The 4-hour class will be offered from 8 a.m. until noon on December 15 and January 5.

Wal-Mart in Houma evacuated after man ignites clorine-filled container

Deputies are currently looking for a man believed to have set off a chemical reaction in a Wal-Mart over the weekend.

Shreveport man arrested for string of car burglaries

A Shreveport man has been arrested for a rash of car burglaries that happened on Nov. 25 in the 3300 and 3600 blocks of Roy Road, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Alleged naked drunk driver rolls car on I-49, then attacks elderly woman

A Mississippi man was arrested following a bizarre crash on a stretch of Interstate 49 Sunday afternoon.

Aggies, Sooner slated for 77th AT&T Cotton Bowl

Johnny “Football” Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies are coming to Cowboys Stadium to face Landry Jones and the Oklahoma Sooners in a battle of top-ranked teams in the 77th AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.

Chick-fil-A Bowl selects #7 LSU to face Clemson on New Year’s Eve

The Chick-fil-A Bowl has selected the #7 LSU Tigers to represent the SEC against Clemson from the SEC in its 45th annual game Dec. 31 in Atlanta.

Over 7,000 jobs to be created due to largest manufacturing investment in state’s history

Today Sasol Ltd. Announced plans to invest between $16 billion and $21 billion in an integrated GTL and ethane cracker complex in Westlake. The facility is expected to create roughly 1,253 direct jobs and roughly 5,886 indirect jobs.

La. Tech snuffed out of a bowl game; fans blame school's AD

Fans of Louisiana Tech football are not happy with the school's athletic director after jockeying itself out a postseason bowl bid.

Doyline remains evacuated during removal of improperly stored explosives

A massive supply of gunpowder totaling 6 million pounds (2,700 metric tons) was found improperly stored in Louisiana's Camp Minden, not far from where an explosion occurred two months ago, authorities said.