Oscar Meyer Wienermobile visits Shreveport

If you saw a hot dog driving around the streets of Shreveport, your eyes weren't playing a trick on you.

Bossier Council on Aging received donation of new car

The Bossier Council on Aging received an extremely valuable donation on Thursday.

Chimp Haven set to almost double in size

110 chimpanzees are looking for a place to retire, after working hard their whole lives, at a research facility in New Iberia. And the place they have their hearts set on, is Keithville's Chimp Haven.

Bookkeeper Arrested for stealing from employer

After collecting evidence for almost a year, the Caddo Sheriff's Office arrested 48 year old Theresa Robinson of Bossier City.

Louisiana State Police sent local officers to help in New Jersey

On Sunday, a caravan of about 24 members of the Louisiana State Police, even some from the Bossier City office, started the long trek to New Jersey.

Authorities asking public to be on lookout for missing teen

The Shreveport Police Department needs your help to locate a runaway juvenile who has not been seen or heard from for almost a week.

Supreme Court to tackle key voting rights provision

The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether the key enforcement provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 should be scrapped as a constitutionally unnecessary vestige of the civil rights era.

Authorities searching for hospital card thief

Shreveport Police Department investigators need assistance in identifying the suspect featured in a department store video. This suspect is seen using credit cards stolen from an office employee at Schumpert Hospital on October 26, 2012.

CIA director David Petraeus resigns over extramarital affair

David Petraeus stepped down as the director of the CIA on Friday, citing an affair.

Nestle Chocolate Nesquik Canisters Recalled

Nestle is recalling more than 200,000 canisters of its chocolate drink mix Nesquik because of possible contamination of salmonella.