Bossier City man arrested for cyber crime
Suspects sought in convenience store armed robbery
AG Caldwell seeks delay in implementing new EPA regulation
SBA disaster assistance available; local outreach center opens today
Ironman world champion Dave Scott to appear at 35th River Cities Triathlon
LSU ranked No. 13 in preseason Coaches’ Poll
Bossier City All-Stars win Little League Baseball 8-9 state title
Haughton wins Dixie O-Zone state baseball tournament in dramatic fashion
Willard: Protect your home from the wolf in contractors clothing
Library: Gale interface updates
History: 1861 editor of the Bossier Banner
Get It Growing: Reduce pest problems
Opinion: Governor’s race to begin in earnest
Opinion: What a wonderful year
Opinion: Gatti runs for La. Senate
Opinion: The LSU legis report card
Stick a fork in it
June 3, 2014
2014 Louisiana session wraps up The Louisiana legislature adjourned Monday evening, after almost three months discussing educational and social issues as much as state spending...
Battles left to fight on final day of session
June 2, 2014
As the seconds tick away on the last day of the 2014 Legislative Session today, local legislators are toiling away to solve the most...
I-Bowl funding bill passes legislature
May 29, 2014
The new hotel-motel tax increase that would further fund local tourism and sports organizations, such as the Independence Bowl, made it to the goal...
Bill that would close most of state’s abortion clinics passes
May 22, 2014
BATON ROUGE — A bill recently passed in the legislature would cause all abortion clinics south of Shreveport-Bossier to close. Rep. Katrina Jackson's bill would...
House passes budget, now on to senate
May 12, 2014
The House approved Thursday Gov. Bobby Jindal's nearly $25 billion budget for next year. The budget includes proposals for new spending on health care,...
Will Common Core go away?
May 6, 2014
As discussion continues in the state legislature about Common Core State Standards, the clock is ticking on the 2014 session. And there remains much...
Most La. residents oppose Obamacare
April 4, 2014
Statewide survey finds 58 percent aren’t favorable towards the Affordable Care Act BATON ROUGE – The 2014 Louisiana Survey finds that the majority of Louisiana...
Adley warns Midla pipeline
March 31, 2014
Tens of thousands of Louisiana families and businesses in the eastern part of Louisiana from Ouachita Parish in the north to East Baton Rouge...
Jindal presents first Governor’s Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence to Duck Commander
March 3, 2014
Gov. Jindal stopped by the Duck Commander headquarters in West Monroe last week to present the inaugural Governor’s Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence to Duck...
State higher ed. to get $141 mill funding increase
January 24, 2014
Higher educational institutions can expect a $141.5 million funding increase next fiscal year. The funding hike represents a 6.66 percent increase over the budget for...
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