Teen with cerebral palsy walks at his school's pep rally

Driven by termination and months of practice, a teen with cerebral palsy gives his classmates an incredible and inspiring surprise! "The biggest day of my life."

Obama admin funding cops in schools

Nine months after the Sandy Hook school shooting tragedy, President Barack Obama is putting millions of dollars into funding armed police officers in schools across the country, an idea not too far removed from an National Rifle Association pro

Phase two of BP trial begins on Monday

The second phase of the BP oil spill trial will begin on Monday.

House GOP leaders gather for showdown over shutdown

With a possible government shutdown looming, top House Republicans gathered Saturday to try to work out a spending plan acceptable to tea party conservatives who demand that it must hurt Obamacare in some fashion.

Texas abortion law challenged in Planned Parenthood lawsuit

A federal lawsuit filed Friday seeks to overturn portions of Texas' new abortion law, considered among the most restrictive legislation in the nation, just weeks before it takes effect.

Police cracking down on uninsured drivers

Out of 3.3 million vehicles registered in Louisiana, about 26% of them aren't insured. That equates to about 869,000.

Board member rewards student from coming off AUS list

Dottie Bell kept her promise. The Caddo District 12 board member promised students at Huntington High that she and eir principal would do the "wobble" if the students tested out of being academically unacceptable.

DHS confirms 2nd West Nile death this season

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has confirmed the state's second West Nile virus death this season. The death occured this week in Ouachita Parish. The state's first death was last month in Rapides Parish.

Statewide blood drive tomorrow

Lifeshare Blood Centers is partnering with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for a statewide blood drive to take place across the State of Louisiana.