Local News

Shreveport man fires into vehicle, home following dispute

Authorities have arrested a local man accused of firing shots into a home in west Shreveport last week.

Man accused of calling in LSU bomb threat pleads not guilty to federal charges

UPDATE: The man police say admitted to calling a bomb threat to LSU has pled not guilty to federal charges.

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office looking for reserve deputies

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards announces that the sheriff's office is currently recruiting qualified individuals interested in serving their community as Reserve Deputy.

Double shooting in daiquiri shop parking lot

Two men were shot in a parking lot of a Baton Rouge daiquiri shop early Thursday morning.

Bossier teens charged with 30 counts of vehicle burglary

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office charged two 17-year-old females with more than 30 counts of vehicle burglary to solve 15 cases in the Haughton area, in addition to seven cases solved by the Bossier City Police Department.

Negligent homicide: Driver who ran over 6-year-old child in driveway was distracted by cell phone

 A man who ran over a 6-year-old child in Denham Springs was arrested for Negligent Homicide after investigators learned that he was distracted by his cell phone when the incident occurred.

Young woman allegedly beaten by wanted suspects

Caddo Parish deputies are investigating an aggravated burglary that left one woman injured.

Charles Boustany holds meeting with veterans about their future plans

A special event was held at the American Legion today as Congressman Charles Boustany and Representative John Culberson hosted a meeting with veterans about their future health plans

Preparations continue for Festivals Acadiens

Setup for Festivals Acadiens et Creoles ramped up today.

LSU Board Of Supervisors approves $151 million in cuts

The LSU Board Of Supervisors approved $151 million in cuts, including nearly 1,500 people that will be laid off and out of a job at the seven public hospitals in the state while here in Lafayette, 22.4 million will be cut from the operatin