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Gaming shop offers Barksdale airmen a healthy distraction

A local store is giving Barksdale Airmen a healthy distraction from the weight of defending the nation. The Dragon’s Lair War-Games...

Be aware of Census scams coming this spring

The United States census happens once every decade, and April 1, 2020 is National Census Day. This year, census takers will be...

Barksdale Family Housing community manager receives prestigious property management award

The Shreveport-Bossier Apartment Association (SBAA) has awarded Dreamer Dowden, community manager of Hunt Military Communities’ Barksdale Family Housing neighborhood, with its Property...

Sheriff announces scholarship opportunity for Bossier students

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington is now accepting applications from Bossier Parish students for a $500 college scholarship with the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Scholarship...

Gingerbread House honors BSO detective, two others

Det. Debra McKay is like most of the detectives with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office – she is steadfast in her efforts to...

Bossier City resident killed in Keithville accident

A Bossier City resident has been named by the Caddo Parish Coroner's office as the man who died following an incident near Keithville early...

Robert Mills sworn in as new Dist. 36 state senator

Louisiana Senator Robert Mills was sworn Monday, Jan. 13, in Baton Rouge to serve the 36th Senate District.

Bossier Sheriff helps tornado victim

Twenty-seven-year-old Tracey Jefferson not only lost his great-grandfather in the tornado that ripped through the Haughton area nearly two weeks ago, he...

Arrest made in Bossier City murder

Bossier City Police arrested a suspect in the shooting death of a woman. Terrence Ted Brown, 32, of Burchett...

New phishing scam making the rounds in Bossier

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force is warning residents about a trend in text scams recently reported in Bossier Parish.