Child kidnapped from Center convenience store found safe

A kidnapped 11-year-old child was found safe early Friday morning by Center police.

Preparation is key for missing people

Like many emergencies, it's best to hope for the best, but plan for the worst. That's especially the case with missing people.

Organization helping "back to school" kids

Kids will soon be heading back to school next month and one local organization is looking to help parents with some much needed school items.

Shreveport water woes

District G Councilman Sam Jenkins is continuing to push an amendment that would exclude seniors age 65 and older that are on a fixed income from a potential water and sewer rate increase.

Planned Parenthoods closing immediately as Abortion Bill takes effect

With the signing on the abortion bill by Governor Rick Perry on Thursday, Planned Parenthood began closing its doors in Texas towns.

Air Force will discharge sexual assault offenders

Airmen who commit sexual assaults will be discharged, and senior commanders must review actions taken on sexual assault cases under new Air Force initiatives that took effect recently.

Bead Town press conference Wednesday

The Cane River National Heritage Area and the City of Natchitoches will hold a press conference to reveal the concept for Bead Town Natchitoches, a 48-foot mural that will commemorate the city’s 2014 tricentennial.

First B-52 departs to depot for CONECT upgrade

The first B-52H Stratofortress departed Barksdale July 16 and headed to the depot at Tinker AFB, Okla., for the Combat Network Communications Technology upgrade.

Planned Parenthood responds to Abortion Bill signing

On Thursday, Texas Governor Rick Perry signed wildly unpopular legislation that could virtually end access to safe and legal abortion in Texas.

'Loan Ranger Bandit' strikes in Central Texas

The "Loan Ranger Bandit" struck again, this time in Central Texas.