Officials still seeking Many man who was allegedly kidnapped by a LA police officer

A Many man is still missing after being kidnapped by a Natchitoches police officer. Officials with the Sabine Parish Sheriff's Office are looking for Tony Procell, 25.

DOTD launches "Way to Geaux" smartphone application for real-time travel information

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced today the launch of "Way to Geaux," a new hands-free, eyes-free smartphone application providing Louisiana travelers access to around-the-clock, real-time tra

Number of technology-ready school districts increases sevenfold in one year

The Louisiana Department of Education today released its third semi-annual Louisiana Technology Footprint, indicating that the number of technology-ready Louisiana school systems has increased by a factor of seven since July 2012.

TX Lieutenant Governor caught on tape making effort to get niece out of jail

Texas Lieutenant Governor, David Dewhurst, is catching flack for a call he made to a local police department in an effort to spring a relative from jail.

Caspari Hall, SSC dedication September 4

Northwestern State University will host a dedication and grand opening for two buildings in the heart of the university’s campus. Gov.

Shreveport PD seek location of man wanted in connection with August shots fired incident

Shreveport Police authorities are actively seeking the whereabouts of a suspect wanted in connection with a shots fired incident that occurred earlier this month.

Hasan declines to give closing argument in shooting of Ft. Hood soldiers case

Army Maj. Nidal Hasan, who admitted killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in November 2009, declined to give closing statement at court-martial on Thursday.

1 tip leads to 2 arrests in cigarette theft

Shreveport Police and Caddo Crime Stoppers have once again teamed up and placed two suspects behind bars.

Bossier Financial Crimes Unit seeks identity of woman who used stolen debit card

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with identifying and finding a woman who stole a lady’s wallet from a local business this week and then withdrew money from an ATM with the

U.S. Department of Justice to file lawsuit against Texas over voter-ID law

The Department of Justice announced today that it will file a new lawsuit against the State of Texas, the Texas Secretary of State, and the Director of the Texas Department