Police: Florida felon who killed 7 relatives wasn't allowed to have gun

A man who killed his daughter, six grandchildren and then himself Thursday in a shooting in north-central Florida was a convicted felon and therefore wasn't allowed to possess the gun he used, police said Friday.

7 ways to boost your happiness

Americans will spend about $550 million on self-help books this year and more than $1 billion on motivational speakers. Obviously, many of us are on a quest for happiness.

Texas funeral home employees charged with abuse of corpse

Three El Paso area funeral home employees have been arrested and charged with multiple counts of abuse of a corpse, forgery and tampering with government records after the El Paso County Clerk's department received a government document con

Warrant issued for man accused of stealing vehicle

Shreveport investigators are looking for a man who is believed to be responsible for a recent auto theft.

Postal employee caught taking drugs from packages

A United States Postal Service employee is behind bars after narcotics agents caught him in possession of a large amount of marijuana said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Planning team come together to discuss the future of the Cross Bayou project

Day one of an intense two-day event started a little bumpy as the cross bayou planning team ran into problems with the development of the project site.

Caddo Parish Grand Jury returns indictments for suspects involved in home invasion

41-year-old Robert Lynn, 35-year-old Kinoy Singleton, and 32-year-old Shavez Taylor are all accused of killing 48-year-old William David Carroll back in July.

Australian PM: Public execution terror plot foiled

Two men were charged Thursday in connection with a terror plot that Australia's prime minister said involved plans to carry out a public execution.

Fresh act: 87-year-old felon Edwin Edwards wants back in Congress

 It's Sunday morning at the New Life Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but the man preaching to the choir is no minister.