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Senator David Vitter running for governor in 2015

After months of speculation, Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter told supporters he will run for Louisiana governor in 2015. The announcement came in an email...

Simple Church takes generosity south of the border

The Simple Church has taken their kind hearts and generosity south of the border. A missions team from the Bossier City-based church hit the road...

BPCC’s Henderson named as finalist for LCTCS president

BATON ROUGE - BPCC Chancellor Dr. Jim Henderson has been named as a top candidate for the System President for the Louisiana Community and...

Two men who robbed businesses in Bossier City found guilty

SHREVEPORT – United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that a federal jury found Myles W. Robinson, 20, and Halston M. Smith, 22, both...

Parish crime dropped last year

The 2013 crime statistics for the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office shows a slight decrease in crime. There were a total of 898 major crimes in...

Bond pleads not guilty in wife’s murder

A Bossier City man accused of killing his wife and leaving her charred remains at a site in Webster Parish pled not guilty on...

DA gives money to BSO

The Bossier/Webster District Attorney’s Office presented a this week to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office in the amount of $11,408.21 as part of an asset...

Provision to protect programs with voluntary religious activities included in funding bill

WASHINGTON – A provision authored by U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., to protect programs, like the Young Marines in Bossier City, that permit...

Teen honored for saving grandfather’s life

A Bossier City teen was honored by the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office Tuesday for saving his grandfather’s life. Eighteen-year-old Airline High School senior Cameron Mattison...

25 years of Gemini

It was 1989 when Bossier City got its first taste of Mardi Gras. The idea came from a conversation between Bob Taylor, the Chamber of...