Shreveport authorities investigating theft from parking meter

Police need assistance in identifying a suspect who, on September 20 in the early evening, defeated a parking meter on Louisiana Avenue and stole an undetermined amount of money, then fled the scene.

LSU student arrested after allegedly firing gun several times at mother

A 19-year-old LSU student was arrested yesterday for Attempted First-Degree Murder after she allegedly fired a gun several times at her mother.

VIDEO: Texas firefighters revive dog

Cell phone video shows firefighters in Texas carrying out a dramatic rescue, battling to save the life of a fire victim. But, the victim wasn't human, it was a beloved family pet.

Record skydive attempt from stratosphere aborted

A skydiver's historic free-fall from the stratosphere was aborted Tuesday after being delayed earlier due to weather concerns.

Boil advisory lifted for most of Dogwood South Subdivision

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health has completed their testing on the water for the Consolidated Waterworks/Sewerage District No.

Shreveport officials searching for missing elderly woman

The Shreveport Police Department needs your help to find an elderly woman who apparently drove away from her Southern Hills home and has not been seen or heard from since.

Man dies after bug eating contest

A 32-year-old man downed dozens of roaches and worms to win a python at a Florida reptile store, then collapsed and died outside minutes later.

Will downtown festivals bring people back to downtown?

Downtown Shreveport was a bustling hotspot over the weekend. There was the Louisiana Film Prize, plays, museums, charity walks, and of course, the Red River Revel.

City of Shreveport sued by rape victim

It's not everyday that the city of Shreveport is compared to the Bush Doctrine, but that's exactly how attorney Joel Pearce sees it.