Twitter launches emergency notification service

A new service from Twitter allows government agencies and non-governmental organizations to send emergency messages directly to users' phones during natural disasters or times of crisis, the company announced Wednesday.

Authorities searching nationwide for man sexually assaulting child for 8+ years

Local authorities have joined other law enforcement agencies across the nation in the search for a mysterious man who is sexually assaulting a child and using her for pornographic images.

Rangers looking for more after sweeping Astros

The Rangers will take a step up in class to finish the season with four games against the Los Angeles Angels, who are 23-9 since Aug. 23.

Authorities searching nationwide for man sexually assaulting child for 8+ years

Authorities have joined other law enforcement agencies across the nation in the search for a mysterious man who is sexually assaulting a child and using her for pornographic images.

Obamacare open enrollment: Here's everything you need to know

Amy Braun-Gross is counting the hours until October 1. It's not her birthday nor her anniversary. October 1 is the day that marks the first time ever she will be allowed to buy health insurance.

KNWD presents 'Unplugged' free concert

Northwestern State University’s student radio station, 91.7 FM KNWD The Demon, will present a free outdoor concert featuring singer/songwriter Alexandra McCullough from 8-10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27 at Iberville Field.

Former President George H.W. Bush witnesses same-sex marriage

George H.W. Bush was an official witness to a same-sex marriage this past weekend in Maine, a spokesman for the former president told CNN.

What's the deal with the new Army tattoo rules?

In this day and age, tattoos have become commonplace.

Paul Oliver: Latest in a string of NFL suicides

Paul Oliver, a former defensive back for the University of Georgia and the San Diego Chargers, was found dead this week, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot.

Civil rights activist Evelyn Lowery dies after stroke

Civil rights activist Evelyn Gibson Lowery, who with her husband the Rev. Joseph Lowery participated in the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery march in Alabama, died Thursday morning at her Atlanta home, a family spokeswoman said.