Shreveport police say the arrests of six teenage boys has closed more than sixty open cases, and investigators expect to arrest one more person for a string of car burglaries. More>>
Over two dozen people were put behind bars over the weekend, after police busted up a party at a Bossier City hotel. More>>
The Salvation Army Shreveport says the need for Angel Tree adopters is still great. Around 500 angels are still available in the Shreveport area. That tallies up to around a need of $8,000. More>>
The fight against blight in Shreveport continued Wednesday. Operation T-BONE went to work once again. Shreveport Department of Property Standards inspectors took to streets around Hattie Perry Park. More>>
An afternoon collision in south Caddo Parish sent three people to the hospital, one driver with critical injuries.
The Shreveport Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a teen who has not been seen or heard from in more than 24 hours. More>>
Donations are lagging this year for the Salvation Army Kettle Drive and Angel Tree Program in Texarkana.
LSU Health Sciences Center is hoping to help prevent drunk driving this holiday season with a real eye-opener. More>>
The suspect at the center of an investigation into cruelty of the puppy Braveheart, was in court Wednesday. More>>
The MagnoliaReporter.com is reporting that new details are emerging following the arrests of two South Arkansas men for the illegal manufacture and distribution of anabolic steroids and human growth hormones More>>
Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson says no decision has been made about the future of Longhorns football coach Mack Brown. More>>
University of Texas System regents say they're planning to discuss the employment of Austin campus President Bill Powers, who has sparred with lawmakers and critics over his job in recent years. More>>
Bossier City Police say that 48 year-old Machel Smith Long, who was reported missing, has been found safe.
A fired Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission agent has been sentenced to six months in jail for improper recording of a female relative at a Fort Worth home. More>>
The Lafourche Parish Council reaffirmed its original intentions for the parish's 2014 budget by overriding all nine of Parish President Charlotte Randolph's vetoes of about $845,000 in projects Tuesday night. More>>
Your morning commute could take a little longer if you drive down Interstate 220. More>>
The identity of Shreveport's 7th fire fatality in 2013 has been initially identified as 73 year old male Lawrence Grant. More>>
With rumors swirling about Mack Brown's future, a close friend of the Texas head coach has told KTBS 3 Sports that Brown will resign. More>>
The explosions that happened at camp Minden back on October, 16th 2012 knocked over a train and created a black crater. More>>
It's the end of a journey for Shreveport's Cole Vosbury. The 22-year-old singer is one of two performers eliminated from the singing competition The Voice Tuesday evening.
More business owners try to learn the ins and outs of the Affordable Care Act. The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at LSU-S hosted a seminar for its clients Tuesday morning. More>>
With the lack of El Nino or La Nina, NOAA's Winter forecast was quite challenging. More>>
City leaders wrapped up a meeting where they discussed everything from fairness in the workplace to next years spending. And it was standing room only at Government Plaza because dozens of tax payers showed More>>
City officials met to discuss the dog park issue today. A dog park committee was formed a few weeks ago and all parties came to the table to hash out ideas regarding moving the location to Stoner Beach. More>>
The Shreveport area has five teams playing for state championships in New Orleans this weekend. More>>
Christmas will be a little brighter for a deployed airman's family in Bossier City. More>>
Operation Santa Claus is moving forward with making the Christmas holiday a little brighter for our area youth. More>>
A fire sends one person to the hospital in Texarkana, Texas.
Christmas came early for nearly 60 kids thanks to local law enforcement.
When a business closes, it can hurt a neighborhood but when a neighborhood loses a school, a hospital and another hospital announces it's closure, the effect can be wide reaching. That's exactly what happened in Highland. First it was Doctor's More>>
A Texas woman has pleaded guilty to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg. More>>
Voters in Little Rock are considering a proposal to pay for up to $73.5 million in renovations to the city's Robinson Center Music Hall. More>>
Shreveport firefighters battled an early morning blaze in the Highland neighborhood. More>>
Bossier Parish School authorities make changes to building security in the year following the Sandy Hook shooting. More>>
Shreveport firefighters are trying to find out what started the fire that damaged three apartments at the corner of Cornwell and E. Olive St around 8:40 Monday night. More>>
Dylan Blaine, 16, died at University Health today from injuries received when he was hit by a Toyota while walking on Providence Road. More>>
Shreveport's seventh fatal fire took place early Monday morning on Kenneth Avenue, and the fire department does not want to see anybody die in a fire. That is why they have prevention programs in place, such as the smoke alarm give away. More>>
Shreveport City Council members are moving closer to adopting next year's budget. More>>
While Tony Procell's alleged killer is behind bars in Sabine Parish, his family wants more justice. More>>
Memorial service held Sunday for Natchitoches deputy killed in the line of duty a year ago. More>>
Justin LeJeune, a former employee of Nacogdoches ISD, has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography. More>>
More than 100 new jobs could soon be coming to the Texarkana area.
Shreveport Police tell KTBS 3 News that 18 year-old Marquise Williams has been found safe.
Bossier Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help in finding a suspect wanted by the Bossier Narcotics Task Force and the United States Marshal's Violent Offenders Task Force More>>
Portion of I-20 westbound that was shutdown after a multi-vehicle accident, is now reopen.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people of fraudulent websites that illegally steal the BBB logo and imply they are legitimate sites. More>>
The Shreveport Fire Department have confirmed that one man is dead and a home is destroyed after an early morning blaze. More>>
Retired state workers could see an increase in their pension checks for the first time in five years. More>>
After a computer glitch caused tornado sirens to accidentally sound off this week, the City of Texarkana, Texas is considering upgrading their system.
Shreveport fire crews spent Sunday evening battling a house fire in southwest Shreveport.
An elderly man died in a house fire located outside Hughes Springs, Texas in the early morning hours Sunday. More>>
Songs of the Season, a Christmas musical Extravaganza, has been a Ark-la-tex tradition for 37 years. The Broadway style production and wowed audiences with it's spirited and powerful depiction of the true More>>
A man is behind bars after attacking people with a hatchet in an East Texas Walmart. Christopher Hamilton, 27 has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. More>>
Sunday was the 38th CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier NICU Christmas Reunion. Dozens, united through the struggle of premature birth, met at the hospital to catch up and spend time those who saved them. More>>
According to the National Sleep Foundation, more than 18 million people in America suffer from it. More>>
Bossier Parish Community College hosted a very special guest this afternoon. Santa Claus himself flew in for a visit. More>>
Texarkana, Texas Fire Department worked a serious fire at the intersection of Spruce Street and Broad in downtown Texarkana. More>>
Those based at Pearl Harbor knew war was just around the corner. Navy Veteran Jackson Davis, one of few alive today who witnessed this attack, says no one suspected the Japanese would go this far. More>>
A major roadway is closed in Texarkana, according to highway officials. More>>
Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover and other city leaders met for an update on the Shreveport-Caddo 2030 Master Plan Saturday. More>>
Cold temps are closing in on the Ark-La-Tex. Among it, there's a possibility of freezing rain and sleet. DOTD isn't taking a chance with roadways. More>>
The highest bidders made off with what's left of Explo Systems Saturday morning. On Monday, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Stephen Callaway ordered Explo's movable assets be sold at public auction. More>>
A person has died after a pickup truck went off of an icy Interstate 35 bridge and into Lake Lewisville in North Texas. More>>
With the possibility of winter weather reaching north Louisiana, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced today that department staff is prepared to deal with winter weather and icy road conditions. More>>
Nelson Mandela personally impacted thousands, including right here in Louisiana. The human rights icon visited the state back in spring 2000. More>>
E-cigarettes are here and they are gaining in popularity everyday. More>>
When it rains the flood potential goes up in one neighborhood in Shreveport. They're on the list for upgrades to a ditch to keep them dry, after the 2011 bond sale but now, the city of Shreveport has More>>
Criminal charges will not be filed against the mother of a young girl who died after being left in a hot vehicle for several hours. The incident happened at a home in Shreveport in July 2013. The Caddo More>>
Funeral services were held Friday for a Hall Summit man who lost his life in a work-related accident. More>>
As the ArkLaTex braces for a winter storm, some school districts are already getting a jump start on canceling classes or delaying them for the safety of students and faculty. More>>
(AP) -- South Africa's president says Nelson Mandela will be buried on Sunday, Dec. 15. President Jacob Zuma also said Friday that a memorial service in a Johannesburg stadium will be held for the anti-apartheid More>>
(AP) -- An ice storm in North Texas has knocked out power to more than a quarter of a million homes and business, canceled almost 1,000 flights and contributed to a fatal wreck. The National Weather More>>
(AP) -- More than 37,000 homes and businesses are without electricity as a wintry storm hits the state. Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative of Ozark reported about 12,000 outages Friday morning, while More>>
The Homer town council voted to fund its police department through the end of the year. The city will loan the department approximately $80,000 to cover its salaries and expenses through Dec. 2013. More>>
On Wednesday, U. S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Stephen Callaway issued a court order for movable assets of Explo Systems to be sold at a public auction this Saturday. More>>
Robinson's Rescue celebrated a huge milestone Thursday. The five-year-old free or low cost spay and neuter clinic performed it's 25,000 surgery. More>>
Folks that live along or around Dawson Road took the Caddo Commission's Thursday meeting to air their grievances. More>>
New hurdles for the people signing up for healthcare in Texas. More>>
A New Boston, Texas middle school student has died after being diagnosed with meningitis. More>>
A Shreveport Fire Department employee is facing felony charges after an alleged hit and run accident. More>>
(CNN) Nelson Mandela, a revered world statesman who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead South Africa out of its dark days of apartheid, has died, President Jacob Zuma has announced. He was 95. More>>
An exercise at Barksdale Air Force Base Thursday afternoon prepares airmen and women for a possible nuclear emergency. More>>
Right now it's just a field of grass and weeds at the corner of East 70th Street and Fern Avenue, but Read King developers said that will change in a little more than a year's time. More>>
As the frigid weather moves into the Ark-La-Tex, many residents will be looking for ways to stay warm. But that often means exposing themselves to that silent killer - carbon monoxide. More>>
Caddo Sheriff's deputies are investigating a fatal crash that occurred tonight on Hwy. 3132 between Walker Road and West 70th Street, according to Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator. More>>
Texarkana Texas Fire Department is battling an apartment blaze near the downtown area of the city. More>>
A lawsuit against the city of Shreveport is dismissed. KTBS 3 News has confirmed that a federal judge recently dismissed a civil suit filed by the woman who claimed she was raped by former Chief Administrative More>>
December 3rd is the 35th anniversary of the deadly 1978 Bossier City tornado. Here's a look back in this ArkLaTex In-Depth report. More>>
It was back on March 30th, 2010 when DeSoto Parish Sheriff Deputies found a little boy's body floating face down in about a foot of water near some woods offU.S I-71 in DeSoto Parish. More>>
82-year-old Harris Teel became the second victim to die following last week's stabbing at Longview's Good Shepherd Medical Center. More>>
Governor Jindal was in town Wednesday. He flew into the town of Minden for a special ribbon cutting ceremony at Camp Minden. More>>
Public invited to give and receive feedback on Master Plan A public forum to provide an update on the Shreveport-Caddo 2030 Master Plan will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Shreveport Convention Center. The More>>
In addition to setting agricultural policies and spending on feeding programs for the poor, you might be surprised to learn that the federal Farm Bill plays a role in conservation and protecting wildlife.
After 45 minutes of waiting, Homer Mayor Alecia Smith had no choice but to call it a night. The town council needed three members to show up to reach a council meeting quorum requirement. They got one. More>>
Police arrest a woman wanted in connection to a shooting death in Texarkana, Arkansas.
The campaign for the 2014 senate seat in Arkansas started with a series of attack ads, but as the holiday season is in full swing, both sides are changing their tune.
First responders are on the scene of a major accident on I-20 E & La 3132. Shreveport Fire officials tell KTBS 3 News that the head-on collision occurred just before 5:30p.m. Wednesday. Officials say More>>
Budget talks went awry at Tuesday nights meeting for Caddo Parish Commissioners. Most of the budget was approved, but one issue is holding the rest hostage. Dawson Road in West Shreveport is the issue More>>
Shreveport Police detectives are investigating a stabbing that claimed the life of a local man. More>>
Classes for C. E. Byrd have been canceled for Friday, December 13 because of the 8:30 p.m. state football championship on Thursday, December 12. More>>
Thankfully no one was injured after a pick-up truck caught fire at a local repair shop. More>>
The Pentagon is considering closing all U.S.-based commissaries, as part of way to reduce spending in their 2015 budget. More>>
A Michigan man is in custody, accused of raping two Caddo Parish girls. More>>
LSU athletics officials confirmed today that Zach Mettenberger will not play the Tigers' bowl game due to his knee injury. More>>
Some of the darkest hours of Hurricane Katrina are coming back to life in a New Orleans courtroom. More>>
The City of Natchitoches Utility Department says a local scam has been targeting residential and commercial utility customers. More>>
Grambling State University President Frank G. Pogue and Athletic Director Aaron James announce the selection of Gramblinite legacy Broderick Lee Fobbs as the next head coach of the university football team. More>>
A cashier at a local store was arrested for allegedly stealing $2,700 from the registers where he was worked. More>>
They're tough jobs, but someone's got to do them - we're talking about dangerous occupations. More>>
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday nothing but ghosts of Christmas shopping past, charities hoped to cash in on this year's #GivingTuesday, but officials say you should research before you give. More>>
Talks of splitting the Caddo-Bossier Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness gained more support at the Bossier City council meeting. More>>
First it was Shreveport, now Bossier City residents will see a sewage rate increase. The city council voted 4 to 2 in favor of adopting a $15.00 hike Tuesday. More>>
The latest now on the tug-O-war over a dog park in Shreveport. City officials had a meeting, Tuesday afternoon that was intended to find resolutions to the dog park issue that's been facing the city for More>>
A Caddo Parish road extension was at the center of a heated debate during Tuesday's Caddo Commission budget meeting. More>>
"Roofing rock from the Meadowview school came through my bedrooom window and landed on my face and crushed every bone in it and left me blind." More>>
A wreck on I-20 west in East Texas had traffic backed up for miles earlier.
A local man is facing criminal charges for his alleged role in the burglary of a Shreveport business last month. More>>
Several law enforcement members gave blood Tuesday afternoon as well as other residents in the public. More>>
A Shreveport man is behind bars accused of being involved in the theft of a woman's credit card.
One person is dead following an early morning accident in north Caddo Parish.
The Bossier Sheriff's Office is looking for the thief responsible for stealing a laptop computer from a local auto dealership. More>>
A Harrison County man is behind bars accused of trying to burn his step-mother.
Marshall, Texas, is all aglow with the spirit of the season. Rick Rowe broadcast live from Marshall Monday night to shine the spotlight on the annual Wonderland of Lights Festival. More>>
By Sunday afternoon, Kari Rene Dunn was dead, and officials say her estranged husband, Brad Allen Dunn, was on the run from the Baymont Inn and Suites on SE End Blvd. in Marshall, TX. More>>
A fire destroyed a home in Shreveport's Martin Luther King area Monday night. It happened in the 2400 block of Jennie Lane between Pearl Ave. and Freddie Streets just before 9pm. More>>
A community is joining together after a Thanksgiving morning house fire that left three children injured. More>>
The Bodcau Gate at Barksdale Air Force Base officially opened on Monday following a ribbon cutting ceremony. More>>
The 20-year old partnership Bossier City had with Shreveport to pick up its trash is officially over. The contract with the new solid waste firm, Republic Services, began Monday. More>>
A camp for the homeless community is without water in Texarkana, Texas, after the city shut down their water services last week.
Shreveport and Bossier City Police Departments and the Caddo, Bossier and Webster Parish Sheriffs Offices have joined together to hold blood drives in honor of Minden residents, Jean and Harmon Drew. More>>
Louisiana Connections Academy is making headline thanks to the creative work of one of its elementary school students, Natchitoches resident Veronica Sturman, 10. More>>
A boil advisory has been issued for some customers on the Sligo Water System. More>>
Alasundria Avery pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday in Caddo District Court. More>>
Two people are behind bars accused of being involved in a carjacking last week. More>>
Authorities in North Texas say one woman was killed in a house explosion that flattened the property and was felt far as several miles away. More>>
The Bossier Sheriff's young marines are feeling the love this Thanksgiving holiday. More>>
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