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.

TX inmate sentenced to additional years for threats against President Obama

A Texas man was sentenced to federal prison on Tuesday for threatening President Obama.

Popular art gallery bans photos

A popular Shreveport Art Gallery that houses collections of American and European paintings, sculptures and decorative arts including a scenic garden is banning photographers on the property.

Devoted New Orleans teacher vanishes without a trace

Terrilynn Monette had no problem uprooting her life to help children.

ETX probation officer charged with injury to a child

A Smith County probation officer accused of injuring a child was arrested Monday morning following a lengthy investigation.

Victims of Broussard burglary arrested on drug, gun charges

Two men from California have been arrested in Lafayette Parish on drug and gun charges after police investigated their buglarized residence.

Conclave trivia: Why cardinals are locked in, popes' houses ransacked

Benedict XVI's shock resignation in February -- the first for almost 600 years -- sent experts inside and outside the Vatican rushing to consult church law to work out what will happen next.

2013 Defenders Liberty Air Show canceled at Barksdale Air Force Base

The 2013 Defenders of Liberty Air Show scheduled for May 4-5 has been canceled. The event was slated to happen if a budget agreement could be met, but due to sequestration, the Air Force suspended tuition assistance Monday.