GOP senator: Sequester is going to happen

Republican Sen. John Barrasso said Sunday the country should be prepared for the sequester and its massive spending cuts to kick in next month, despite Democrats' proposal last week to avert it.

Environmentalists occupy National Mall to fight climate change

Environmentalists packed several blocks around Washington's National Mall on Sunday, hoping to spur President Barack Obama to take strong measures against climate change.

G20 pledge: No currency war

Amid concerns of a global currency war, the world's biggest economies pledged on Saturday they would not devalue their money to lift their own fortunes at the expense of the global recovery.

Car blast kills 1, injures 5 in Mogadishu

A security guard was killed and five others were injured when a car packed with explosives detonated Saturday in Mogadishu, officials said.

Obama trades White House for clubhouse this weekend

President Barack Obama won't be hanging by the beach during his Florida vacation this weekend - unless he ends up stuck in a sand trap.

Lawsuit: Race-based request sidelined Michigan nurse

A nurse is suing a hospital, claiming it agreed to man's request that no African-Americans care for his baby.

Woman rams Dillard's employee with stroller carrying two children

Bossier City police arrested a Shreveport woman after she was caught shoplifting at a local store and then intentionally rammed an employee with a stroller containing two small children.

Suspected impaired driver critically injured in DeSoto Parish Crash

On February 14, 2013, shortly after 11:30 p.m., Louisiana State Police Troop G investigated a one vehicle crash on LA Highway 175 just south of LA Highway 3015 in DeSoto Parish that seriously injured a Mansfield woman.

Warrant issued for Shreveport shooting suspect

A local man is now being sought by police following a warrant being issued for his arrest in connection to a shooting that injured a teenage victim.

Event to shine light on local issues

Citizens from around Shreveport and Bossier City will get their chance to voice their opinions and concerns at a local conference that will be held in Shreveport tomorrow.