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Minden Favorite Set to Open in Bossier City This Week
A favorite local Minden eatery is expanding its footprint and is expecting to open its new location in Bossier City, LA this week!. If you remember, a few months ago, Chimi V's Fajita Factory abruptly shut its doors leaving locals scratching their heads. It turned out that the owners were ready to retire, but the staff had no notice and the closing left folks feeling a certain kind of way. Soon after, we heard rumors about the folks from Habacu's Mexican Restaurant in Minden were taking over the old Chimi V's, and those rumors were true! If you've never been to Habacu's, you're MISSING OUT. I love their food and since I live smack in the middle between Bossier and Minden, we ate there often.
What Just Happened to the Belk Store in Bossier?
This Weekend I Was Out Running Errands and Made a Point to Visit Belk in Bossier. Belk is a great spot for me to just drop in and grab makeup and perfume, if you want to avoid walking through a mall for a department store this is the store for you. I needed to get more makeup and perfume and thought this trip would take only 5 minutes. My friend and I walked in and were shocked that the store was completely different. I walked outside to see if this in fact was Belk that we had walked into.
Woman arrested for resisting police
Louisiana Tech Police arrested a Bossier City woman Wednesday after she refused to leave a construction site on campus. Officers responded to a construction site near Tech’s new engineering and science building on Dan Reneau Drive Wednesday morning. Construction workers said a woman was found in a wooden box used for making sidewalk drains. Workers said something appeared to be wrong with her.
Veteran coach Ronnie Coker passes away
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) - Longtime baseball coach Ronnie Coker has passed away. Coker, a two-time state championship winning coach, battled Stage IV colon cancer. Throughout his fight, the Minden native continued to help and inspire others through his “Win the Day Foundation.”. After concluding his coaching career, he...
How BAFB played a part in WWII & continues to honor D-Day
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) - June 6, 1944, better known as D-Day is remembered for its impact on creating a turning point in World War II. Over 5,000 ships and aircrafts launched 150,000 men onto the shores of Normandy. It’s honored as a day of courage, showing that the Allies would not back down from the Axis powers.
Drug dealer sentenced in federal court
A local man was sentenced to nearly three decades in federal prison last week, concluding an investigation by the Lincoln Parish narcotics officers. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Louisiana announced Thursday that Jacque Pierre Young, 30, of Arcadia, was sentenced to 324 months (27 years) in prison followed by five years of supervised release for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime.
Bossier church, BCPD collecting fans for those in need
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) - The official start of summer is less than two weeks away, but those hot temperatures have already arrived. In the heat it’s important to have a way to cool down, but not everyone has that luxury. A Bossier church is looking to help those in need with a little help from the community.
Sister Talk: Godly Friendships - Join Us for an Inspirational Discussion Panel This Weekend!
Are you looking for a fun and inspiring event to attend this weekend? Look no further! 🎉. Join us at the Restoration Centre International Ministries this Saturday, June 10th, at 10:00 a.m. for Sister Talk: Godly Friendships. 🙏
Residence struck by lightning in Bossier City
Wear Orange National Gun Violence Awareness Rally held Saturday, June 3. A vacant home was discovered fully in flames.
Alleged suspect involved in death of Minden man surrenders self
MINDEN, La. (KSLA) - A man went missing and his body was later found buried in the woods, now his suspected killer has been arrested. On June 2, Minden Police Department announced that Cedric Stephens, a man suspected to be involved in the death of Daniel Merritt, 26, has surrendered himself to the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office (WPSO).
State troopers find $35K worth of stolen electronics in vehicle during traffic stop
BOSSIER CITY - A Mississippi man was pulled over by State Troopers in Bossier City for a traffic violation, but then was arrested when troopers saw he had thousands of dollars worth of stolen electronics in his car. According to State Police, Raymond Derks from Gulfport Miss. was driving through...
Drug conspiracy: 4 sentenced after feds intercept phone calls about mailing meth
The DEA received approval to intercept phone calls on 33-year-old Frederick C. Walker's phone.
Doctor Who Star John Barrowman Coming To Shreveport
Shreveport's comic con, Geek'd Con, is heading back to the Shreveport Convention Center. The dates this year are August 18th through 20th, 2023. Since its start, Geek'd Con has been one of the premiere comic con style events in the state of Louisiana. The event has generated millions of dollars in economic impact to the Shreveport and Bossier City area. While also bringing in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members, Star Wars icons, Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame members, and horror movie legends.
Three drug traffickers found possessing methamphetamine sentenced to federal prison
Three drug traffickers found possessing methamphetamine sentenced to federal prison
Bienville Parish man arrested for outstanding warrants
A Bienville Parish man is in a Webster Parish Jail after being stopped westbound on Interstate 20 Tuesday. According to Louisiana State Police reports, Courtney Javon Sneed, 32, of the 2600 block of Clairborne St., Gibsland, was traveling 88 in a 70 miles per hour zone, when the trooper stopped him at mile marker 47.
KTBS 3 Community Caravan heading to Minden, La.
MINDEN, La. - We're gassing up for another road trip. We're headed to Minden, Louisiana for our next KTBS 3 Community Caravan. We'll be there the week of June 5 and Rick Rowe will be highlighting what makes the area so special. Lunch will be served up at noon on...
Freedom Fridays: Madden Family Memorial in Minden, La.
MINDEN, La. - We headed east to Minden, Louisiana this week for our Freedom Fridays report with KTBS 3's Rick Rowe. We met the Madden family. They lost a son in 2006 in Iraq and have since created a memorial to him in their front yard. Remember, each Friday leading...
Get Your Groove On: Unforgettable Night of Music and Dancing at VFW Post 4588!
🎉 Hey guys, are you ready to dance the night away this Saturday? 🕺💃 If you are looking for a great place to dance and have fun, we've got just the event for you!. Join us at the VFW Post 4588, located at 1004 Jeter Street, Bossier City, LA 71111, this Saturday, June 10th at 4:30 PM for an unforgettable night of music and dancing. 🎶
Louisiana pastors searching for stolen service dog
RINGGOLD, La. (KTAL/KMSS) — Two Louisiana pastors are asking for help after their service dog was stolen from their home. The three-year-old pitbull, Cajun, is a trained and certified trauma and PTSD service dog that works with human trafficking victims and survivors. Cajun’s parents are searching for him with help from the local police department.
SWEPCO assesses damage, works to restore power after storm
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - After the June 3 thunderstorms, more than 24,000 customers lost power. On June 4, after severe storms tore through parts of northwest Louisiana, Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) is assessing the damage and working to restore power to more than 8,400 customers in Shreveport, Bossier City and surrounding areas.
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