Family sues school over alleged bullying incident

The family of a Georgia middle school student has filed a lawsuit claiming Atlanta Public Schools did nothing to address bullying and a brutal attack that could have killed their son.

Julianne Moore joins 'Hunger Games' franchise

"The Girl on Fire" is getting a flame-haired co-star: Julianne Moore has joined the cast of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay," and will appear in both installments of the two-part conclusion.

Ben Affleck's Batman is going to be 'tired'

Depending on your definition of "seasoned superhero," that phrase could either mean an accomplished pro, "tired and weary," or some combination of both.

Shreveport man in jail after a late nigh argument ends in stabbing

An argument between two mens ends in a stabbing Friday night. It happend just before 8:30 p.m., Shreveport Police were called to the 3200 block of Alabama Avenue for a stabbing.

University of Alabama sorority accused of racism

A sorority at the University of Alabama is accused of racism for denying membership to an African-American student.

Dallas Police falsely link man to series of rapes

Mistaken for a suspected serial rapist. Last week, Alan Mason was named a person of interest in a series of nine rapes across Texas and put in jail. Then, this week, a DNA test linked a different suspect to the crimes.

U.S., Russia agree to framework on Syria chemical weapons

Russia and the United States announced Saturday that they have reached a groundbreaking deal on a framework to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons, after talks in Switzerland.

Where have all the hurricanes gone?

Call it a meteorological mystery: Forecasters warned that there would be at least six Atlantic hurricanes this season, but so far we've seen only one.

California school district hires firm to monitor students' social media

A suburban Los Angeles school district is now looking at the public postings on social media by middle and high school students, searching for possible violence, drug use, bullying, truancy and suicidal threats.

Shreveport water not at risk for deadly amoeba

According to Shreveport Director of Water and Sewerage, the city's drinking water is not at risk of harboring the deadly amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, making sure chlorine levels are at an adequate level to kill off the amoeba.