LRC: Disability Council to hold quarterly meeting in Shreveport

Employers, disability advocates and the public are invited to attend the Louisiana Rehabilitation Council meetings July 25 and 26.

TX man sentenced in area armored car robberies

Walter Keitric Freeman, 24, of Houston, has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction in the robbery and attempted robbery of two armored cars operating in and around Houston, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced toda

VIDEO: TX man arrested for making 'gun' hand gestures in movie theater

Police in Bryan, Texas arrested a man who they say was pointing his hand like a gun and prenteding to shoot into a crowded movie theater. The 54-year-old man now faces a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge.

Caddo police asking for help identifying woman involved in fraud investigation

Caddo police are asking for help identifying a woman involved in a fraud investigation. The woman is a black female, about 5 feet 6 inches, and is estimated to be in her late 40's to mid 50's.

Police recover stolen items, issue arrest warrant for Louisiana man

Several items were recovered after being stolen from Maude and old Crystal Springs Water Park. Investigator David Biggar has recently recovered 13 firearms, a crossbow, and a large amount of ammunition taken in a burglary.

VIDEO: Cornyn, Colleagues to Obama: Partial 'Obamacare' delay does not go far enough

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, today joined all 45 fellow Senate Republicans in sending a letter to President Obama asking him to extend the Obamacare employer mandate delay to the rest of the flawed law and to make those delays permanent.

More than 2 acres of marijuana plants discovered in Vernon Parish

The Louisiana National Guard’s Counterdrug Task Force used its experience, high-tech equipment and training to assist law enforcement agencies with a large bust of marijuana plants in western Vernon Parish, June 14.

NOAA predicting record-breaking 'Dead Zone' in the Gulf of Mexico

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a record-size “dead zone” in the Gulf this summer, stretching from South Texas all the way to Alabama.

FEMA awards nearly $48 million to TX for firefighting costs

More than $47.9 million was recently awarded to the state of Texas by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for reimbursement of expenses to fight the wildfires that burned in 168 counties and destroyed more than 1.3 million acres of l