Illinois Senate to vote on same-sex marriage bill on Valentine's Day

The Illinois Senate will vote Thursday -- Valentine's Day -- on whether to legalize same-sex marriage.

Why 'Die Hard' is the perfect Valentine's Day movie (for guys) (SPOILER ALERT)

From the "Twilight" trilogy to the tearjerkers adapted from Nicholas Sparks novels to nearly every film where Matthew McConaughey takes off his shirt, let's face it: Most cinematic love stories are made for women.

Rocking out at the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame

Nashville may be known as the Capitol of Country Music, but the small town on Carthage can hold its own. Carthage is the home of Tex Ritter, Jim Reeves and Linda Davis. And country stars from Texas; the list is to long to even imagine.

Alert neighbors help police nab burglars

Three suspected burglars are in police custody this afternoon after a watchful neighbor brings a halt to their sordid plans.

Louisiana youth registery for 2012 Hunter of The Year Awards open

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) and the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association (LOWA) are encouraging hunters 15 years of age or younger to enter the 2012 Youth Hunter of the Year competition.

Homer to disband Police Department in March

In an unanimous vote Monday, Homer's City Council voted to disband their police department starting March 1.

Caddo Schools making steps for new search

The Caddo Parish School Board moved one step closer in preparation to hire the school systems next superintendent.

Flower Frenzy

One local Shreveport florist says this year has been the busiest Valentines Day ever since she has been in business. Millions of flowers will be given as gifts tomorrow across the country and behind every great gift is hard work.

BBB warns of Medicare phone scam targeting seniors

Seniors nationwide are reporting scam phone calls informing them that a new Medicare card is in the mail. Hang up on suspicious callers and don't fall for this attempt to obtain your personal information. How the Scam Works:

Bossier Sheriff's Office to offer handgun safety training, backs gun rights

The Bossier Sheriff's Office is showing their support the 2nd Amendment with a handgun safety training class next month.