Multiple award-winning director Mike Nichols dies at 83

 Mike Nichols, the award-winning director and pioneering comedian who was one of the few people to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony awar

Grand jury decision on Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson could come Friday

 A tense Ferguson is awaiting to hear whether a St.

Move over, Barbie! Make room for 'average' Lammily doll

 It began for Nickolay Lamm as a question: What would Barbie look like if she had the dimensions of an average woman?

3 shot at Florida State University before gunman killed by police

 Gunshots rattled a peaceful, packed Florida State University library early Thursday, with three students getting hurt as hundreds more huddled be

Gregory Young endorses Rose McCulloch in City Council District A runoff

The runoff race for Shreveport City Council District A is heating up as incumbent Rose McCulloch runs a tight race between opponent, William Bradford, as she vows to keep her seat.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Holiday Market Pop Up

The Pop Up shops downtown are back for one last time this year. So for I Love the Ark-La-Tex Jay Whatley and I had to check them out before they end on December 20th.

Benton Elementary students remember classmate through shoebox memorial

A local school turned a tragic death of a student into a day of stuffing boxes full of items to give to children in need.

Marshall teen charged in shooting that injured 1

Police took a Marshall teenager into custody following reports of shots fired inside city limits.

Perry: 'Real possibility' Texas will sue Obama over executive action

President Barack Obama may have a phone and pen, but outgoing Gov. Rick Perry of Texas says he has the grounds for a lawsuit if he uses either.