NSU Chamber Choir to perform Tuesday

The Northwestern State University Chamber Choir will celebrate the 100th birthday of composer Benjamin Britten in its fall concert on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free. The public is invited to attend. Dr.

DHH emphasizes importance of safe sleep environment for infants during SIDS Awareness Month

In Louisiana, approximately 80 babies die each year from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which is the broad medical term for sudden, unexplained deaths of infants before they reach their first birthdays.

Shreveport man shoots himself while toying with gun then is arrested for outstanding warrants

Shreveport Police arrested a man on outstanding warrants after conducting a traffic stop to find he had shot himself.

Federal workers back after Obama signs shutdown-debt ceiling bill

Mini coffee cakes from the vice president. Hugs from colleagues, along with eye-rolls about their "vacation" due to the partial government shutdown.

Police: Knife-wielding man held, children safe after Arkansas bus hijacking

A man with a knife hijacked a school bus in central Arkansas Thursday morning, taking 11 elementary school students on a wild detour that police ended after a roughly 10-mile chase, authorities said.

2 convicted murderers mistakenly freed from Florida prison

The state of Florida is asking for help in locating two former prison inmates that they realized should still be current inmates.

Man lands in hospital after accidental shooting, next stop jail

A Shreveport man who found himself in a local hospital after an accidental shooting will soon find himself behind bars.

VA plans to fund grant application for Northeast LA Veterans Cemetery in Rayville

The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs (LDVA) announced that it has received a letter of intent from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) stating it plans to provide grant funds to establish the Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery in

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Mansfield Female College

A child of the 90's, I'm familiar with the idea of Girl Power, but girl power started long before the Spice Girls. In 1855, the Mansfield Female College opened.

VIDEO: Nearly 2,000 pound pumpkin wins farmer almost $13,000

Check out this giant gourd! California farmer, Gary Miller, grew a record-breaking 1,985-pound pumpkin. It won the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin weigh-off in Half Moon Bay on Monday.