No state aid for libraries this year

Libraries in Louisiana will have to make do with about a million dollars less in funding this year. That's after the state legislature and Governor Bobby Jindal stripped the money from this year's budget.

Bossier City man allegedly rapes one-year-old while babysitting

A Bossier City man is charged with raping a one-year-old Saturday Night.

9/11 family group decries banning politicians from commemoration

A small group of 9/11 victims' families is contesting the 9/11 memorial's decision to bar politicians from speaking at this year's commemoration ceremony on the anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks.

Texas man finds his car 42 years after it was stolen

It was a reunion more than four decades in the making. Almost 42 years after Robert Russell' s prized 1967 Austin-Healey sports car was stolen, he has it back, thanks largely to his own detective work.

Rollover blocks traffic in Bossier City

UPDATE: The scene has been cleared and traffic has returned to a normal flow. ORIGINAL REPORT: Bossier City police are on the scene of a three-vehicle crash in the 3900 block of Benton Road.

'7 Habits' author Stephen Covey dead at 79

Author Stephen Covey, whose "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" sold more than 20 million copies, died Monday at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said. He was 79.

Slidell mother accused of stabbing her son's girlfriend to death

A mother is behind bars for allegedly stabbing her son’s girlfriend to death while the victim’s two children were sleeping in the other room.

Less than half of renters carrying insurance

We insure lots of things: our cars, our health, even our lives. However, when it comes time to insuring our possessions, more than half of renters in the United States fall short.

Wanted Shreveport man caught during domestic dispute

A local man is behind bars facing serious charges in connection with a domestic dispute as well as a shooting that occurred earlier this year.

U.S. Navy ship fires at small boat, kills one in Persian Gulf

A U.S. military supply ship fired Monday at a small boat in the Persian Gulf after it came too close, apparently killing one person on board, two U.S. officials said.