Crime in Shreveport one of lowest in 40 years

Overall crime in Shreveport is at one of its lowest points in 40 years according to the Shreveport Police Department. Shreveport Police say last year was the 3rd lowest year in overall crime since the department started keeping record.

Haughton man arrested on multiple charges

A Haughton man was arrested on a slew of charges in Bossier Parish, including shoplifting, theft, battery and assault.

Reward offered for Most Wanted fugitive gang member

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Antwain Alexander, 43, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive list, and a $7,500 cash reward is now offered for information leading to his capture.

BPCC to break enrollment records

Bossier Parish Community College once again reports the highest spring enrollment in its 45-year history. With 7,710 students, BPCC enrollment increased 10.25% over spring 2012.  

Kaufman Co: Assistant DA killed at courthouse, search continues for shooter

East Texas authorities are on the look out for two people officials say were involved in a shooting at the Kaufman County courthouse on Thursday morning. The courthouse is on lockdown.

Baker Police officer arrested for illegally soliciting funds for DARE program

A former Baker Police Officer was arrested yesterday for allegedly soliciting funds illegally from schools for the DARE program.

BCFD to teach children fire safety at Bossier Central Library

The Bossier City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau will teach a life saving lesson to children and their parents at Bossier Central Library next week.

Bossier Sheriff's Office releases 2011-2012 crime stats

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington releases 2012 crime statistics which reflect a decrease in violent crimes and an increase in property crimes, while total calls for service with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office slightly decreased last year.

Standoff drags into third day as man holds boy in underground bunker

Somewhere underneath this red Alabama dirt is a little boy. A kindergartner, snatched from the safety of his school bus by a gunman and stashed in an underground bunker; A boy who needs daily medication;

Loaded language poisons gun debate

  It's the biggest, fiercest debate taking place across America. But it's poisoned from the get-go by a Tower of Babel predicament.