Florida inmates mistakenly freed

One of two convicted murderers who allegedly used forged documents to walk out of Franklin Correctional Institution in North Carrabelle, south of Tallahassee, was ordered Wednesday held without bond on an escape charge and sent back to the pris

FDA to vets: Watch out for jerky pet treats; some linked to illness and death

If you feed your pet a jerky treat and it gets sick or dies, the Food and Drug Administration wants to hear from you.

14 year old boy held after teacher's death closes schools in Danvers, Massachusetts

The suburban Boston town of Danvers, Massachusetts, shut down all seven of its schools Wednesday after a teacher's body was found in woods behind the high school.

Texas Safe Schools Week: Districts and charters reminded of state's fingerprinting requirements

As part of Texas Safe Schools Week (Oct.

"See Something, Send Something" mobile application released

The Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange (LA-SAFE) is promoting a smartphone application called See Something Send Something.

State Fair opens this week

People from all over the Ark-La-Tex will soon visit Shreveport for the upcoming State Fair. The fair will take place this Thursday through November 10th.

$8000 camper stolen from Bossier City business

Bossier City business owners are speaking out after being hit by thieves. Owners at Brewers Quality Homes in Bossier City say that around 5:30 Saturday morning an unknown driver stole a camper off the lot.

Board of Supervisors approves Doctor of Nursing Practice degree

A Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Northwestern State University has been approved by the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System. The program will go to the Board of Regents for consideration.

Tony Romo rounds out list of America's 10 Most Disliked Athletes

Forbes Magazine has released their list of the 10 most disliked players in America. The round-up includes two NBA players, four NFL players and even a NASCAR driver. The list is a follows:

REPORT: IRS has paid out $132 billion in bogus tax credits over last 10 years

According to The Washington Times, the IRS has paid out $132 billion in bogus tax credits over last decade