Returning Nathan's hot dog eating champs keep their titles

Two competitive eating champions defended their title Thursday at New York's annual Independence Day hot dog eating competition.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

It's no secret that I love the Ark-La-Tex, but did you know former Laker Shaquille O'Neal does too? He loves it so much, he refers to Natchitoches as Shaq-itoches.

Advocates for people with disabilities visit politicians

Around the state, 15 different politicians received visits from people advocating for people with disabilities, including Senator Sherri Buffington's office in Keithville.

Ark-La-Tex ready for fireworks

While sales are up at firework stands across the Ark-La-Tex and excitement in the air for the July 4th holiday, officials are emphasizing safety first.

Boil notice issued for Keatchie residents

Residents in parts of Keatchie, Louisiana are under a boil advisory. The advisory comes after a water line break. The notice affects residents that live along highway 172 to highway 169 in the Blueberry Trail area.

4th of July "In God We Trust" Rally

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington will hold a 4th of July “In God We Trust” rally Thursday, from 1-4 p.m., at the Bossier Sheriff’s Office Viking Drive Substation at 2510 Viking Drive in Bossier City to show support for the n

Caddo SO investigates fatal crash

Caddo Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a fatal motorcycle wreck that happened Tuesday night. responded to a fatality crash Tuesday night on LA Hwy. 1 near Blanchard.

DPS graduates 108 State Troopers in Austin

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw and Texas Public Safety Commission Chair Cynthia Leon today were joined by Sen.

Jailed Facebook teen finally getting day in court after online 'joke'

A Texas teen who's been jailed more than four months for a Facebook comment he made during a video-game argument is finally getting a day in court that could let him go home.

Spurs re-sign Ginobili, Splitter for at least 2 more years

On Wednesday, via Twitter, Manu Ginobili announced he will be staying in San Antonio for at least two more years. There were rumors circling the NBA circuit that Ginobili, 35, was going to retire after this season.