Shreveport-Bossier City Barbecue Restaurant to Close Permanently
This BBQ joint got it's start in Shreveport in a gas station on Flournoy Lucas Road, and after a few years eventually made the move to Bossier. Port City Bar-B-Que, on Airline Drive is known for having amazing food, including pork-belly mac and cheese, creative burgers, and other great BBQ fair announced that the restaurant has been sold, and the new owners will not continue with the brand.
Shreveport Teen Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter and Robbery
One of two area men accused of robbing and killing one man and wounding another pleaded guilty in Caddo District Court on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. Dontreal Damon Quayce York, 19, of Haughton pleaded guilty to manslaughter and armed robbery before Caddo District Judge Don Hathaway, Jr. Tuesday morning during jury selection.
Shreveport Man Arrested for 1st Degree Rape
SHREVEPORT, LA- Shreveport Police Sex Crimes Unit makes arrest in First-Degree Rape Case. The Shreveport Police Sex Crimes Unit has arrested 37-year-old Christopher Christaw on one count of first-degree rape. The arrest follows a thorough investigation into a reported crime against an elderly female. Christopher Christaw now faces serious charges,...
Top 10 Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator Moments
SHREVEPORT, LA - I have known Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator for more than 30 years. To say he has been a force in law enforcement in Shreveport and Caddo Parish is an understatement. But he is no longer Sheriff. He retires as of today. Prator Will Always Support Law...
Louisiana Could Soon Outlaw Speed and Redlight Cameras
SHREVEPORT, LA - Many Louisiana cities have camera systems in place to enforce speed zone laws. Others use the cameras for redlight enforcement. Shreveport has cameras in place in many school zones. Violators get tickets sent in the mail. But one state senator wants these camera systems banned. Alan Seabaugh...
Is Shreveport Getting a 2nd New Movie Studio?
There has been a lot of excitement about the transformation of the old Millenium Studios into the new G-Unit Film & Television Productions Studio. The City of Shreveport finalized the deal with Curtis Jackson last December. We all know that success fosters success. That's why economic development is so critical....
New information sought for the missing persons case of David Yeager
Yeager went missing in Shreveport in 1971. The case remains open through the Shreveport Police Department. It was picked up by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
NOBODY KNOWS HER SORROW: What happened to Ann Brewster?
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) — Ann Brewster was a civil rights leader known in and around Shreveport. She worked closely with figures such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy and used the beauty salon she worked at as a means to covertly pass along information about the Civil Rights Movement.
Group of Women Wanted for Bossier Bath and Body Works Theft
The Bossier City Police (Property Crimes Division) needs the Public’s assistance in identifying individuals. On 02-09-24, a group of unknown black females entered 2960 Meadow Creek Drive (Bath and Body Works) and committed a Theft. If anyone knows the identity of these persons or any information on the case, please contact Crime Stoppers or the Bossier City Police Department.
Shreveport Police Union speaks out on HB 42
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - The Shreveport Police Union has released a statement in connection to House Bill 42. The bill was introduced in the 2024 regular session. The passage of HB 42 would allow municipalities the option to withdraw from the Louisiana Municipal Police Employees Retirement System. “Provides that employees...
Construction on Popular Bossier Road To Slow Traffic For Weeks
It almost reads like another Dickens novel. It was the best of news, it was the worst of news. The good news is that once again we are being informed that the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is working to better the driving experience in Bossier Parish. The bad...
Visit Shreveport-Bossier Announces Exclusive Dining Experiences for 318 Restaurant Week 2024
Shreveport-Bossier, LA – Locals and visitors of Shreveport-Bossier know 318 Restaurant Week gives them the best deals on breakfast, lunch, dinner and more during the month of March. Now, Visit Shreveport-Bossier is unveiling the all-star line-up of local chefs and restaurants providing exceptional culinary experiences that are exclusive to this foodie week of fun. These dining experiences are set to tantalize taste buds from March 17 – 23, 2024.
This X-Files and Sons of Anarchy Star Is Coming To Shreveport
Shreveport's comic con, Geek'd Con, is coming back to Downtown Shreveport this August. The 2024 Geek'd Con will take place August 16th, 17th, and 18th, at the Shreveport Convention Center. The event has hosted tons of celebrities over the last 9 years from all types of entertainment. From movie stars to Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members, with viral internet celebrities and professional wrestlers mixed in as well.
Unsolved crime: Shreveport’s St. Rest Baptist Church bombed during Civil Rights Movement
To understand the circumstances surrounding the firebombing of St. Rest Baptist Church, Shreveport, in 1961, we must first understand the events that led up to it.
A Culinary Voyage: Shreveport's Top 3 Seafood Dining Spots
In this article, we will be exploring three seafood restaurants in Shreveport. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Shreveport Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, the place of Shreveport experienced a total of 5 reported crime cases according to the provided data. The crimes were diverse in nature, with a majority being shootings. Specifically, 3 out of the 5 cases were classified as shootings, making it the most common crime reported. The remaining cases were split between assault and theft, each accounting for 1 case. The data suggests a concerning prevalence of violent crimes, particularly shootings, in Shreveport over the past week. The incidents occurred at different times and dates, indicating that these crimes are not confined to a specific time frame. This highlights the need for continuous vigilance and proactive measures by the local law enforcement to ensure the safety of the Shreveport community.
Caddo Sheriff’s Office to Hold Women’s Firearm Course for 2024
With the seemingly constant rise in violent crime, fears of becoming a victim are all too common. The need for a personal firearm as well as the need to properly and safely use it seems to be at an all-time high. Gun violence is all too prevalent in Caddo Parish,...
Shreveport Police Collaborate With ATF to Combat Gun Crime
The Shreveport Police Department hosted a comprehensive training session on February 27, in collaboration with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). The training aimed to enhance law enforcement's ability to identify and respond to regional and national trends in gun-related crimes. Led by ATF experts, the training...
Shreveport police break ground on 2nd substation
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - The Shreveport Police Department broke ground on the new West Substation at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28. The 13-acre property is at the corner of Monkhouse and Interstate Drive. The station will serve as a hub for the Shreveport Police Traffic Bureau and other operations focused on public safety.
Winter Jam Tour Spectacular Rocks Shreveport's Hirsch Coliseum with Month-Long Music Celebration
Music lovers and concert-goers in Shreveport, brace yourselves for a thrilling experience as the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular sets its stage at the iconic Hirsch Memorial Coliseum - George's Pond. Known for its dynamic history of hosting diverse events, from ice hockey games to Miss USA pageants, the venue is once again gearing up to buzz with live music energy.