Man sentenced to life in prison leaves ETX courthouse during trial break

Authorities issued a warrant for a Dallas man's arrest Thursday after he skipped out on a life sentence.

Why we celebrate International Women's Day

The calendar is overflowing with occasions to mark. It seems like there's a special day for almost everything.

ETX man found murdered in home

East Texas law enforcement officers are investigating a murder after they responded to a 911 call early Friday morning.

ARTini 2013 to celebrate its 4th anniversary Saturday

Have a martini and a great time to help out local children and art programs. That's exactly what will happen at the Bossier Arts Council's 4th annual ARTini fundraiser.

F-150 ranked #1 for thieves in Texas

Pickups are not only popular among Texas drivers; they are also top targets for Texas vehicle thieves. The Texas Department of Public Safety released its final report on the top vehicles reported stolen in Texas during 2012.

Organization reaches out to young immigrants

Catholic Charities in Shreveport is helping undocumented young immigrants apply for the federal government's deferred action for childhood arrivals program.

Sales of alcohol to the underage results in several arrests

Sales of alcohol to the underage results in several arrests. Bossier City Police Department conducted an undercover operation Wednesday night targeting illegal sales of alcohol to people under the age of 21.

Local business loses $70,000 in credit card scheme

A Shreveport man is in jail accused of stealing $72.000 in merchandise from a local tire store. LaDarrius Taylor, 22, purchased tires from Moore's Goodyear 18 times over a two week period from February to March.

20 fun and useful new mobile apps

With a flood of new mobile apps seemingly hitting the market every day, it's sometimes hard to keep up with everything that's out there.

Study links gun laws and lower gun mortality

States with the most gun laws experienced a lower overall mortality rate from firearms than did states with the fewest laws, researchers in Boston reported in a study published Wednesday.