The Zimmerman trial: What you need to know

Opening statements begin Monday in the trial of George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain accused of fatally shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder.

Bossier City man arrested for stabbing brother with a roofing knife

A Bossier City man is behind bars after stabbing his brother. Bossier City Police were called this morning for a man who had stabbed his brother with a roofing knife during an altercation.

Obama to tackle climate change in speech

President Barack Obama will announce his plans to "reduce carbon pollution" in a climate change speech next week, the White House announced Saturday.

Stunt plane crashes in Ohio; 2 dead

A stunt plane crashed at an Ohio air show on Saturday, killing two people, organizers said. A wing walker was performing on a Stearman biplane when it plunged to the ground, FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford said.

Police asking drivers to avoid I-10 for traffic congestion

Louisiana State Police are asking you to avoid I-10 near the LA/MS line. Traffic is backed up because of a vehicle on fire just twi miles into MS. At this time no lanes are blocked, but traffic is congested.

Snowden on the run, seeks asylum in Ecuador

Ex-National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has asked for asylum in Ecuador, the South American country's foreign ministry announced Sunday as the United States urged countries to rebuff the leaker.

Woman arrested and faces murder charges for stabbing her boyfriend

Shreveport Police have charged a local woman in a stabbing death that claimed the life of a Shreveport man this morning.

WikiLeaks: Snowden arrives in Moscow

The global cat-and-mouse hunt for Edward Snowden took a dramatic turn Sunday when the man wanted on U.S. espionage charges fled Hong Kong and reportedly arrived in Russia.

High court poised for a week of high-stakes rulings

Inside the marble walls at the Supreme Court, the last days of June are called the "flood season," a frantic push to finish its work for the summer.

Texas A&M Equine Center collapses injuring four people

The Texas A&M Equine Center barn is now a pile of wreckage after beams on the building collapsed. Right before 11:00 a.m. Saturday, the Texas A&M Equine Center fell apart.