Russia slams U.S. on Syria chemical weapons deal as U.N. report due

The world is expected to learn details Monday of what happened the day as many as 1,400 people were allegedly gassed to death outside the Syrian capital of Damascus.

Texas Governor Rick Perry presents Star of Texas Awards

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LDWK holds public hearing to discuss salvinia control on Lake Bistineau

Giant salvinia, an invasive aquatic weed, continues to be a serious problem on Lake Bistineau, despite extensive control efforts initiated by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

Teleperformance announces 740 new jobs at Shreveport center

Governor Bobby Jindal and Teleperformance Executive Vice President of Operations Travis Coates announced the company will create 740 new direct jobs at its Shreveport customer contact center in the next two years, bringing total employment at t

Delta Kappa Epsilon to Kent State: ‘We apologize to your entire community for the banner’

The LSU chapter of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity issued an apology to the Kent State community. The letter is in response to a sign its members posted on its house during Saturday’s home game.

Summers withdraws name from Fed Reserve consideration

Lawrence Summers has withdrawn his name from consideration as chairman of the Federal Reserve, according to a statement released Sunday by the White House.

Police investigating fatal shooting in Cedar Grove neighborhood

Police are seeking answer to a fatal shooting in Shreveport.

Man suing Hernandez says there's no reason to delay suit

The man suing ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez for shooting him in the face has responded to Hernandez's request for a delay in the lawsuit until his murder charges in Massachusetts are resolved.

Obama on Syria criticism: Washington grades on style, not substance

President Barack Obama has responded to critics who disagree with his handling of the situation in Syria, saying he's more concerned about the end goal - no chemical weapons in Syria - than about "style points."

Obama charges Republicans want to 'accelerate' income inequality

President Barack Obama positioned himself as a president fighting against income inequality, while accusing some Republicans of wanting to "accelerate" a trend that shows the wealthiest Americans reaping most of the benefits in the sl