Bossier City megachurch still smoldering after a huge morning fire

Fire crews kept a watchful eye on smoldering debris well after sunset at the scene of what was a raging fire at a Bossier City megachurch.
  Cara Center offers free training to educate public on child abuse
  Victims identified in deadly Natchitoches Parish fire
  Man dies following gunshot wound to face, police investigating
  Two teenagers accused of killing BAFB airman indicted on murder charges


  Shreveport’s Chief Administrative Officer steps down
Brian Crawford has resigned from his position as Chief Administrative Officer of Shreveport.
8-year-old battling cancer given free trip to see LSU play in Fiesta Bowl
Drake had two Christmas wishes - to hunt a deer, and see LSU football play
‘Jocks in a Box’ spend a week in box to collect toys for holidays
Could you live in a box for an entire week? Well, two radio personalities have been doing just that — but it’s all for a good cause.

10-year-old runaway found safe

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office has located a 10-year-old who was reported as a runaway from the Mandeville area.

Saints outscore the Bucs 25-0 in the second half, clinch NFC South

Saints record improves to 11-2
  9-year-old girl killed in fatal wreck on Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
Louisiana launches website to help first responders facing trauma
  SFD extinguishes fire at Queensborough home


  Victim identified in fatal East Texas shooting
  East Texas organization is making spirits bright for kids in need
  Wiley College takes on the UNCF national title

  Two fugitives wanted in Titus County for burglary

Misty Nichole Mohr, 43 and Christopher John Stephens, 52, have active warrants for Burglary of a Habitation.

New effort in East Texas to help hundreds get back to work

An effort is underway in East Texas to put hundreds of people back to work who were laid off by one of the Texarkana’s largest employer.


  Overturned: Case against convicted child killer moves forward

  Handicap parking abuse on the rise

Zurik: State senator’s sick time use is ‘criminal,’ law expert says

  Nuclear fallout: $15.5 billion in compensation and counting

Thousands of nuclear weapons workers are seeking compensation from a federal program that has ballooned far past initial projections - and some say they're being denied based on incorrect information.


  Shreveport’s Chief Administrative Officer steps down

Shreveport City Council gets three new members


Boil Advisory lifted for Benton Water System

  5 ways senior citizens can stay safe from cyber scams

How senior citizens can avoid scams