U.S. beefs up security at federal buildings

 Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is ordering more security for more than 9,500 federal government buildings and their 1.4 mi

Chris Christie on possible Ebola lawsuit: 'Whatever'

 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a former U.S.

Will rocket's 'catastrophic failure' set back the private space industry?

 Orbital Sciences, which built the Antares rocket that exploded in a massive fireball Tuesday, described the explosion as a "catastrophic fai

Hawaii volcano: Lava inches closer to homes, but some might stay

 A 2,000-degree river of lava could swallow a dozen Hawaiian homes in the next day or two -- and there's nothing anyone can do about it.

Ferguson police chief expected to step down, officials say

 The police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, is expected to step down as part of the effort by city officials to reform the police department, accordi

'Pumpkinsteins' are not your average pumpkin

 There are heads growing on Tony Dighera's farm, and they're not made of lettuce.

Five local schools go to BioStart Day to learn about science

Five local middle schools spent the day at Sci-Port learning interesting facts about science.

ART the light up Dalmatian will be unveiled next week

There's a new big white dog sitting on Crockett Street and he is larger than life.

"GhostBreakers" cast hoping to launch series in Shreveport

The TV series, "GhostBreakers", is an independent television project shot right in the city of Shreveport two years ago, with majority of the cast from the local area. 

Early voting comes to an end for Louisiana residents

The polls officially closed for early voting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday evening. Ernie Roberson with the Caddo Parish Registrar of Voters Office said as of Tuesday morning they saw over 4,000 voters.