South Dakota blizzard kills, buries cows; shutdown leaves ranchers in the cold

Like in a scene from an apocalyptic parable, dark carcasses of cows and steers lie motionless in silent clusters across swaths of South Dakota.

Hannah Anderson interview

Two months after a nationwide manhunt helped authorities track down kidnapped California teen Hannah Anderson, she's revealing new details about her conversations with the man who allegedly held her hostage and killed her mother and brother

Four people found dead of apparent gunshot wounds at ETX home

our people were found dead late Wednesday night after the Paris Police Department received a call for help from a woman who reported someone was bleeding. It happened at a home on the 400 block of NE 6th Street.

Gunmen seize Libyan PM Ali Zeidan before dawn, free him hours later

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan appealed for calm Thursday in his first public comments since he was freed after being abducted by militia gunmen for several hours.

Nurses, other non-physicians can perform abortions in California

As more states pass measures tightening abortion laws, California is making abortions more accessible.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: The Red River Revel

That's feeling in the air isn't the weather changing, it's the Red River Revel. It's so huge, it has its own atmosphere. Ok, that might be an exaggeration, but you get the idea.

Public meeting scheduled about deadly amoeba

A public meeting hosted by Desoto parish officials to be held Thursday will provide the public with the opportunity to ask their local, elected and state officials about their concerns with the recent discovery of the N.

Bossier School observes Unity Day

Students at Parkway High School joined many across the country in conjunction with Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center.

Cleaning up Shreveport

Officials from Property Standards along with Community Development were out today giving citations to properties in city code violations in District B.

3 arrested at airport for attempting to smuggle 72 lbs. of cocaine

Three men are being held on million dollar bonds after they were caught with 71.8 pounds of cocaine at the Baton Rouge Metro Airport.