Three murders this year... what does that mean for 2013?

Shreveport Police are starting the year off in a memorable way, but not in a way they would like. After having just 20 murders in 2011 and the same in 2012, the city is already at it's third murder of the year.

Texas legislature to revisit possibility of DUI checkpoints

Since deeming it unconstitutional in 1994, Texas outlawed sobriety checkpoints. But now, 18 years later, reinstating DUI checkpoints will be on the agenda of the January legislative session.

DNA matches convicted burglar to additional crime

Thanks to modern technology, a convicted burglar has been linked to an additional crime in west Shreveport.

Day with the Doctors

More than eighty north and central Louisiana high school juniors and seniors interested in the medical field got the chance to participate in LSU Health's day with the doctors.

Free sand bags available

The Bossier Parish Police Jury is making sandbags available for all Bossier Residents. If you live in Bossier Parish you can pick up the sandbags at 410 Mayfield Street in Benton.

Panola County felon sentenced for firearms violations

A 45-year-old Carthage, Texas man has been sentenced to federal prison for firearms violations in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Repeat offender arrested for murdering mother in front of her children

A repeat offender was arrested yesterday for allegedly shooting and killing a mother in front of her children. He’s also accused of opening fire on three other individuals.

VP Biden: 'Executive action' on gun control can be taken

Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that President Obama could use an executive order to get a handle on gun violence.

Extraordinary response to an every day crisis: Woman rescued from overturned vehicle

Car crashes happen every day. We drive past them and wonder what happened, hope no one is harmed too badly, then go about our business.

Storm safety plan

With intense storms expected to arrive, the Red Cross of NW Louisiana wants to make sure that everybody knows how to stay safe during storms. 1. Have enough food, water and medicine for yourself and pets for 3 days.