Knives on planes

Small pocketknives and an array of sporting equipment -- banned from aircraft cabins in the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks -- will once again be allowed in U.S.

Shreveport police searching for Circle K robber

Shreveport Police Robbery investigators need assistance in identifying the suspect who, on Monday shortly after midnight, entered the Circle K at 8590 Youree Drive and once inside, pulled out a semi-auto handgun, demanded the clerk and a c

ATM thieves sought by Shreveport Police

Shreveport Police investigators need assistance in identifying the suspects who, on Saturday shortly after midnight, forcibly entered the Texaco Food Mart at 5909 Youree Drive and removed the ATM from the business.

Severe Weather Week reminds people to prepare

Happy Severe Weather Week! That's not a statement people around the Ark-La-Tex will hear often, but preparing for severe weather will make people happy when it hits the area.

Car sales up for the month of February

For people that bought cars in February, that action was followed by many,

Voluneers needed in Shreveport to build homes for veterans

The Fuller Center for Housing of Northwest Louisiana is still searching for volunteers. Set to break ground Saturday, March 9, the group still needs volunteers of all types.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dies

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died after a long battle with cancer, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said Tuesday. In a national broadcast, Maduro said Chavez died Tuesday at 4:25 p.m. (3:55 p.m. ET).

Sequester hits close to home

5 percent might seem like a small number, but for one local program that percentage totals to $500,000. A local head start program in Shreveport is joining many across the country with budget cuts caused by sequestration.

Commissioner proposes gun ban

District 3 Commissioner Michael Williams is looking to ban firearms from all public buildings in Caddo Parish.

Budget cuts affect Fort Bliss

Texas is expected to be hit hard by forced budget cuts that went into effect Friday. 85-billion dollars will be trimmed from federal budgets over the next seven months, much of it from defense spending.