Court rules Texas can ban Planned Parenthood from health program

A federal court has ruled in favor of Texas, which wants to ban state funding for Planned Parenthood affiliates participating in a health program for low-income women because the family planning network performs abortions.

3-vehicle wreck sends 2 to hospital, shuts down bridge temporarily

The westbound span of the Shreveport-Barksdale Bridge closed for a few a short time this morning after a three vehicle wreck.

Government asks court to allow Fort Hood murder case to continue

The government has asked an appeals court to allow the trial against Maj.

Louisiana man found guilty of dealing meth in East Texas

A 35-year-old Zwolle, LA man has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Only Four Chefs Remain on "Hell's Kitchen"

  Clemenza Caserta Eliminated from Competition

Six-year-old accidentally shot in the face by older brother

A six year old boy was accidentally shot in the face last night after his 12 year old brother was playing with a gun.

West Nile outbreak largest ever in U.S.

The recent West Nile virus outbreak is the largest ever seen in the United States, according to new numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Lou Holtz postpones speaking engagement in Shreveport

Legendary college football coach Lou Holtz has postponed his scheduled speaking engagement Monday for the 2012 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl kick-off luncheon.

Caddo School Board employee uses school truck for personal work

An employee in the Caddo School Board’s Buildings and Grounds Department was arrested for theft for using School Board supplies to complete a personal job.

Louisiana woman armed with cooking pot fends off robber

A woman working at a restaurant in Iberia Parish fought off an armed robber with a pot.