The Bossier Parish School Board headed into executive session Thursday night. That makes the second time in two weeks that the panel has met behind closed doors to discuss the federal lawsuit the district faces over religious activity at school and school events.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates there could be a shortage of 291,000 welders by 2020. Now Job Corps has a new, state-of-the-art mobile welding laboratory to train workers and help meet that demand.
After 12 years of searching, the reward has been raised for information in a Bossier Parish missing persons case. An anonymous donor now is offering $100,000 for tips that lead to Clinton Nelson's remains, authorities say.
They travel the back roads of America in search of “rusty gold” buried in people’s attics, garages and barns. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz say what most people see as junk makes them see as dollar signs. Now the “American Pickers” are coming back to Louisiana.
The annual Women Veterans of the Ark-La-Tex (WVOTA) fall fundraiser will be held this Friday, September 21, 2018 from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at On the Bayou Southern Kitchen. The event focuses on connecting veterans and members of the community.
The Kansas native started his Air Force career as a B-52 Stratofortress crew chief. He now returns to the bomber community after serving as command chief of the 931st Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas.
Keeping her kids safe is Patrice Thomas’ biggest priority. So when she said she was broken into months after moving into her apartment at Willow Trace in Shreveport, she knew she had to make a change no matter the price.
It’s been nearly a year since 19-year-old Cameron Lee was stabbed in his home on Kent Street in Shreveport. Having been rushed to the hospital in a private vehicle, he later died from his wounds. His mother has since been a mom on a mission.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards says $27 million has been secured to build new living quarters at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts in Natchitoches. It will feature two 4-story towers flanking a 2-story building.
A Shreveport man says he loves using boxing to help keep young men off the streets and out of trouble. Now he says he is searching for an alternative venue for his program because the city has shut down his training facility for renovations.