Helping fight cancer

The American Cancer Society is looking for 500 people in the Shreveport-Bossier area to participate in a study to help find a cure for cancer. The nationwide study will follow the lifestyles of 300,000 people across 35 states.

Boil notice issued

A boil advisory has been issued if you live in the Forest Hills Subdivision in Haughton. The advisory was issued by the Village Water System after an emergency repair on the main water line.

Police investigating triple homicide in west Shreveport

Detectives are investigating the violent deaths of three people at a home in West Shreveport Thursday night. Police were called to a house in the 4900 block of Gloria Drive at 9:45 p.m. for a shooting.

Three arrested on charges for possession of drug paraphernalia, prostitution

Three people are arrested for narcotics possession in Bossier City.

Death Penalty Fast Facts

 Here's a look at what you need to know about the death penalty in the United States. Facts: Capital punishment is legal in 32 U.S. states. Approximately 3,125 inmates in 35 states are awaiting execution.

Police looking for two suspects in gold, silver scam

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force has secured criminal arrest warrants for a woman accused of selling bogus silver bars to a local business.

'In God We Trust' banners placed at Bossier substations

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington has placed three “In God We Trust” banners at each of the three substations for anyone to sign to offer their support to restore funding to the Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines program.

POLICE: 8 people held captive in Houston, some for as many as 10 years

According to CNN, eight people have been held captive in a north Houston home, and some for as many as 10 years, police said Friday.

Texas man accused of pulling gun near White House

A man suspected of pulling a pistol out of a holster near the White House on Tuesday told police "I was only going to fire a couple of shots if no one confronted me," according to court documents.

GRAPHIC WARNING: MA police photographer releases photos of Boston bomber surrendering to police

The backlash over Rolling Stone's cover photo of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev led to the release of new photos of his capture Thursday, images a police photographer said show "the real Boston bomber."