Sandy's trail of devastation: 16 dead, millions in the dark -- and it's not over

The destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy mounted Tuesday morning as electrical fires and record power outages added to the misery of devastating flooding in the Northeast.

Keeping kids safe this Halloween

Halloween might be the time of ghostly ghouls and creepy goblins, but Shreveport's own Special Victim's Unit of sort is making sure that they are all the other worldly sort, and not scary people, looking to prey on children.

LSU Medical Center Children's Wing celebrates Halloween

LSU Medical Center put aside all thought of budget cuts and possible privatization to put on a Halloween Spectacular for the Pediatric Floor and Pediatric ICU patients.

Man missing since 2008 linked to bones discovered in St. Amant

Officials believe the bones discovered by hunters in St. Amant on Sunday belong to a man who was reported missing in 2008.

Ft. Worth-area pastor beaten to death with electric guitar

A pastor of a church near Fort Worth, Texas is dead after a bizarre incident Monday morning.

Crane partially collapses, dangles over New York street

A crane atop a luxury Manhattan skyscraper under construction partly collapsed Monday, leaving its arm precariously perched and hanging over West 57th Street.

Sandy could bring 'catastrophe,' affect 60 million

Hurricane Sandy's outer bands pummeled the Eastern Coast on Monday with howling winds, torrential downpours and storm surges that authorities warned could bring devastation unlike anything anyone has seen.

Deer camp vandals cause $100K in damages over past 2 years

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office and Bossier Crime Stoppers is asking the public’s help in finding the person(s) responsible for causing nearly $100,000 in damages to various deer camp sites in northern Bossier Parish over the past two

Ponchatoula woman dies in early morning mobile home fire

A woman died over the weekend in an early morning fire at her home in Ponchatoula. Investigators say that although her home was equipped with smoke detectors, none had batteries in them.

U.S. sailor found dead at train station in Japan

A U.S. Navy sailor has been found dead with a head injury at a Japanese train station, local police said Monday.