I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Battle of the Gumbo Gladiators

Lets just say that since moving to Louisiana, I haven't met a gumbo I didn't love.

Fort Bliss warns against phone app

Fort Bliss officials are warning all military and federal employees about a free Thrift Savings Plan iPhone app, called "TSP Funds." "The application is not an official offering of the Thrift Saving Plan," said Maj.

Gov. Jindal: ‘Tax reform is my top priority this session’

Governor Jindal presented more details regarding his proposed tax reform plan to a joint committee at the State Capitol this morning.

Texas ranks 7th highest in identity theft cases

In the latest Consumer Sentinel Network (CSN) report issued by the Federal Trade Commission, Texas ranks seventh in the nation for the most reported cases of identity theft per 100,000 residents.

Alleged car jacker caught after leading police on second chase

Authorities have taken into custody a Shreveport man accused of car jacking a driver last month in east Shreveport.

McDonald's to launch egg-white McMuffin

In a bid to reach health-conscious consumers, the iconic fast food franchise McDonald's is going to try and bolster its faltering sales with a lean, new egg-white sandwich.

DNA match leads to charges in multiple business burglaries

Shreveport Police have charged a local man whom they is responsible for committing multiple business burglaries in south east Shreveport over the past months.

Alleged workplace killer declared competent

54 year old Robert Earl Walter of Shreveport is accused of killing his former supervisor, 32 year old April Fulghum of Greenwood, on October 10, 2012.

New council appointed for Shreveport murder suspect

Accused murderer, 28-year-old Stacey Blount-Juneau, was in court Wednesday morning to be appointed a new lawyer for her second degree murder charge. Her new attorney is Richard Goorley.

Bossier City teen reported missing

Local law enforcement is requesting help in finding a teenager who reportedly ran away from home last weekend.