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BREAKING: Federal grand jury returns 30-count indictment against Boston Marathon bombing suspect

A federal grand jury has returned a 30-count indictment against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, the U.S. attorney's office said.

Gov. Perry: TX will continue to build on our 'Legacy of Life'

Gov. Rick Perry today rallied pro-life advocates from around the country at the National Right to Life Convention. The governor has called a second special session to protect women and the unborn in Texas.

Aaron Hernandez now being investigated for 2012 double-murder

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is now being investigated in connection with a double murder in Boston's South End in July 2012, a law enforcement source close to the Aaron Hernandez Investigation said.

Target, Home Depot the latest companies to cut ties with Paula Deen

The latest retail giants to boycott Paula Deen products are Target and Home Depot. Deen has been dropped by six companies since her admission to using a racial slur was made public.

ETX man arrested for drug possession

A New Boston man has been arrested after a lengthy drug dealing investigation. Tonard Laphail Griffin, 32, was arrested Wednesday, for possession of a controlled substance over one gram and under four grams.

National Auxiliary president speaks at Girls State

The national president of the American Legion Auxiliary visited Northwestern State University to speak to 408 delegates participating in Louisiana Girls State, a weeklong program designed to educate young women about good citizenship and how ci

NSU partners with StraighterLine

Northwestern State University has partnered with an education company that makes transferring earned credit easier for online students.

Chimp Haven celebrates NIH's reducing use of chimps in research

Chimp Haven learned today that National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr.

Former New England Patriot Hernandez charged with murder

Authorities charged former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez with first-degree murder on Wednesday, hours after police arrested him and the NFL team that once gave him a $40 million contract dropped him from its roster.

After historic court rulings, what's next for gay rights movement?

For some people, Wednesday was a day to celebrate. Thursday, they get back to work.