Shreveport Police investigate weekend shooting

Shreveport Police detectives are investigating a weekend shooting that has left a local man fighting for his life.

Gold! $250K in centuries-old coins found

 "Constantly searching for a needle in a haystack" is what Brent Brisben says he does for a living, and on days like Saturday, the payoff makes the work worthwhile.

Marked man? Zimmerman fears for life, could face new charges

His GPS monitor has been cut off and George Zimmerman is free -- but only legally.

Zimmerman verdict reactions ring out in protests, calls from pulpit

 Just steps away from the courthouse where a jury decided George Zimmerman's fate, demonstrators vowed that their fight wasn't over.

5 political stories to watch in the week ahead

A clash in Congress over Obamacare and a nasty filibuster fight over the president's nominees will make headlines in the week ahead, and two state capitals are in the national spotlight because of developments in the divisive battle over ab

Obama says Martin's death a tragedy, asks nation to respect call for calm

 President Barack Obama called on Sunday for "calm reflection" following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Perry defends strict abortion law in Texas

The bill placing new curbs on abortion that passed the Texas legislature last week isn't anti-women, Gov. Rick Perry argued Sunday.

Attorney General Greg Abbott launches campaign for governor

Declaring that he both literally and figuratively has a spine of steel, Attorney General Greg Abbott announced his candidacy for governor Sunday.

J.K. Rowling revealed as secret author of crime novel

"Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling donned an invisibility cloak of her own for her new novel.

West Nile Virus Fast Facts

West Nile virus is an illness spread by infected mosquitoes. More than 1,400 people have died of West Nile virus in the U.S., since it was first detected in New York City in 1999.