Next-generation video game consoles: Which should you buy?

As the cold, hard reality of the holiday shopping season dawns in earnest, literally millions of shoppers will be considering video-game consoles when they hit the stores (or stay warm shopping online) this week.

Giving thanks: Rituals for remembering

One day after Thanksgiving last year, my mother, brother, cousin and I gathered in my 87-year-old grandmother's room at the nursing home. We knew it would be one of the last times we would see her alive. She knew it, too.

Disgusted shoppers threaten to boycott Black Friday Thursday

Black Friday has morphed into Black Thursday, and a lot of shoppers aren't happy. They're lashing out at major retailers online, threatening to boycott stores that are opening early on Thanksgiving.

Secrets from America's longest-married couple

John and Ann Betar were married on November 25, 1932, in the midst of the Great Depression, before World War II and the first animated full-length film, far before the invention of the PC or the popularity of television.

Roadkill for Thanksgiving? Montana approves

If the citizens of Montana find turkey to be boring fare for Thanksgiving, they can now spice things up by legally serving roadkill to their loved ones.

CPSO investigating fatal crash

The Caddo Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal traffic accident that occurred Tuesday night, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Lafayette couple wanted for child sex trafficking

Louisiana State Troopers are asking for the public’s help locating two people wanted for charges relating to child sex trafficking.

Shreveport Police investigate death of 13-month-old baby boy

Shreveport Police are working to determine how a little boy died early this morning in west Shreveport.

Community Thanksgiving at Peaceful Rest Missionary Baptist Church

Serve and protect. That's what fire fighters and police do in the community. However, today, at Peaceful Rest Missionary Baptist Church's Community Thanksgiving, they and other volunteers, focused simply on serving.

Suspect arrested in Olive Street Bistro fire

Shreveport Fire Department Investigators, along with the local Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms made an arrest in regard to the September 30 blaze that destroyed the Olive Street Bistro.