Shreveport audit update

The City of Shreveport hired an independent auditor to look into its financial advisor, Grigsby & Associates, about several hundred thousand dollars of questionable charges.

4 killed after train hits truck during Texas parade saluting U.S. troops

A train rammed into a flatbed truck carrying participants in a West Texas parade saluting U.S. troops on Thursday, killing four people and leaving at least 17 hospitalized, a police spokesman said.

Alabama man scrambles entire police force to Texas home

A Tuscaloosa, Alabama man has been indicted after allegedly causing an entire Texas police force to respond to a fake emergency. On Wednesday, Stephen Sherwin Stepho, 19, was charged with making an interstate threat.

SPD catches trio responsible for up to a dozen recent armed robberies

Three Shreveport robbers didn't make it far before they were caught by local authorities. At 11:42 p.m., officers were sent to the Outback Steakhouse, located in the 8800 block of Line Avenue, to reports of an armed robbery.

Vandals burn another deer camp site

Arsonists struck another deer camp site in Plain Dealing over the weekend and burned two large deer stands to the ground, causing more than $2,000 in damages.

Missiles fired at Tel Aviv for first time since Gulf War

Several media outlets are reporting missiles have been fired at the Tel Aviv area for the first since the Gulf War. Speculators fear this may lead to all out war.

Missing Texas girl may be in Bossier City area

The San Antonio Police Department is asking for your help in locating 11-year-old Jordan Martinez.

UPDATE: Missing A&M WR Thomas Johnson has been found

UPDATE: Texas A&M University Police investigators traveled to Dallas on Wednesday November 14, 2012 attempting to locate missing Texas A&M University student Thomas Linze Johnson.

BP pleads guilty to criminal charges over Gulf oil spill

BP reached a settlement today with the federal government to pay $4.5 billion for the 2010 oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.