Statewide News

Man throws homemade bomb at neighbor, allegedly threatens to burn house down

A man allegedly threw a homemade explosive at his neighbor during an argument. What investigators believe, however, is that the man intended to take things even further.

MISSING: TX woman not seen for several days after walking off alone in NOLA

A Houston woman has been missing for several days after she went off alone in New Orleans. We’re told she has a medical condition and is in need of medication.

Harrison County man sentenced for bank fraud

A 45-year-old Marshall, Texas, man has been sentenced to federal prison for bank fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales Wednesday.

Bait dogs: The unseen victims of an illegal blood sport

The gruesome world of illegal dogfighting rarely makes its way to the general public.

Louisiana police department's positive posting goes viral

Headlines about the most negative aspects of life seem to saturate daily discussions.

1 killed in fatal Pointe Coupee Parish bus crash

One person has died after a wreck involving a school bus Tuesday morning.

New license plate to benefit timber industry

A new license plate, designed by the Louisiana Forestry Association, is now available at the Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) announced recently.  

2 ETX students killed in crash

Three people were injured and two Kilgore ISD students were killed Sunday night in a car crash. It happened on Highway 259 at around 10:00 p.m.

Texas teen narrowly escapes death after smoking synthetic marijuana

Hospital staff removed Emily Bauer's breathing tube and stopped all medication and nourishment at 1:15 p.m. December 16. Only morphine flowed into her body, as the family waited by her side in her final moments.

LSU Board approves $4.3 million contract for Les Miles

The LSU Board of Supervisors has approved the contract extension of LSU head football coach Les Miles. He will now gain an annual salary of $4.3 million for the next seven years.