Bossier City grandmother rolled over by her own car

Emergency crews were called to a local grocery store Wednesday morning on reports of a person who had been run over by a vehicle.

Texas AG: Congress passed our problems along to future generations

The so-called "Fiscal Cliff" offered Congress a chance to make real changes and address our country’s looming debt crisis.

Louisiana official's message resonates with state

The Louisiana State Department's top ranking state police official released a message via Facebook that is resonating with people  across the state.

6 local businesses busted selling to minors on New Year's Eve

The Caddo Sheriff's Office performed an undercover review New Year's Eve on multiple businesses who were possibly selling to minors in the area.

Feds: Four Texas officers guarded cocaine shipments

The investigation continues into the four law enforcement officers who allegedly escorted drugs for money.

Aggie student raising money for K-9 Kevlar

A local student is raising money to help protect the animals that help protect the public.

Stocks rally into 2013 following fiscal cliff deal

U.S. stocks surged into the New Year, after U.S. lawmakers reached a last minute deal to avert the fiscal cliff.

Syria death toll jumps past 60,000, U.N. says

The death toll in devastated Syria has now surpassed an estimated 60,000 people, the United Nations said Wednesday, a dramatic figure that could skyrocket if the all-out civil war persists.

Shreveport Police Officer placed on leave

A Shreveport Police officer has been placed on administrative leave this evening by Chief of Police Willie Shaw following allegations of alleged policy violations.

Volunteers needed year round, not just on the holidays

During the holiday season, people are filled with holiday cheer and come to volunteer at places like the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission. But when the holiday season leaves, so do many of the volunteers.