Arkansas teams search for missing wildlife officer, two women

Arkansas authorities continued a search Saturday for a wildlife officer and two women who have been missing since Friday's flood when the officer tried to rescue the two women, officials said.

Residents encouraged to pre-apply for Disaster Food Assistance as hurricane season begins

Hurricane season officially begins June 1, and the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is encouraging residents to prepare by pre-applying online for Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits (DSNAP), f

Frozen fruit mix suspected in hepatitis A outbreak

A frozen fruit mix commonly used in smoothies is suspected in a hepatitis A outbreak that has affected five Western states, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The latest on the severe weather in the Midwest

Tornadoes tore through the Oklahoma City and St. Louis, Missouri, areas Friday, ripping up homes and sending thousands scrambling for cover.

IRS on defense over employee dance video

A newly obtained video has the IRS running damage control on a new front, as the embattled agency prepares for the release next week of an inspector general report that will be critical of how money was spent on staff conferences.

In El Reno, a tornado 'looking at us dead in the eye'

David Stottlemyre was inside an oil field repair shop in El Reno, Oklahoma, when he saw a tornado "looking at us dead in the eye." The lifelong Oklahoman said he and two coworkers stayed inside as the building took a direct hit -- the

Shreveport man arrested in connection with shooting

UPDATE (5/31/2013 4:51 p.m.): Lucas Taylor, 30, has been arrested in connection with a shooting that injured a Shreveport man on May 20th.  

Swepco: Beware of scam

Southwestern Electric Power Company is alerting customers in its service area to a telephone scam involving demand of payment by prepaid money cards to avoid disconnection of service.

Camp Tiger

First year and incoming medical students have been putting on a camp for 55 area children with physical and intellectual disabilities all week.

Former owner of Rayville personal care agency pleads guilty in Medicaid fraud case

The former owner of a Rayville personal care services agency pleaded guilty on Thursday to defrauding the state’s Medicaid program, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.