Florida man allegedly kills wife, posts confession, photo of body on Facebook

People confess to a lot of things on Facebook: their frustrations, bad habits, secret longings and new loves. A Florida man allegedly confessed to a slaying Thursday on the social media website, that of his wife, whom he told police he shot dead

Bossier City firefighter civil service test applications being accepted

The Bossier City Fire Department is now accepting applications for the entrance firefighter civil service test to be administered on October 22, 2013 at the Bossier City Public Safety Training Center, 5850 Shed Road.

Ten Caddo Parish schools removed from academically unacceptable status

The Louisiana Department of Education released the Academically Unacceptable Schools (AUS) list on Tuesday and Caddo had 10 schools that were removed from the AUS list.

Airmen create lasting legacy, enrich tradition

Airmen will have a chance to take part in the design of Air Force Global Strike Command's Order of the Sword, a military tradition dating back to Europe in the early twelfth century.

Study shows Louisiana among top states for charter school gains

Governor Bobby Jindal and Superintendent John White announced today that a recent 26-state study by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University found that Louisiana is a national leader in student achievement at

After babies' deaths, more scrutiny for Kentucky surgeon

The University of Florida's health system is reviewing the application of a heart surgeon from Kentucky who came under scrutiny after a CNN investigation into the deaths of babies in his care.

Florida man allegedly kills wife, posts confession, photo of body on Facebook

People confess to a lot of things on Facebook: their frustrations, bad habits, secret longings and new loves.

Hybrid car will make a huge difference for non-profit

Every day, hunger is a bigger and bigger problem for the people of Northwest Louisiana, and it’s one that the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana try to combat, but state wide budget cuts to non-profits are making that harder and harder.

Shreveport fire fighters save kitten while battling 2 fires in the heat

The Shreveport Fire Department responded to two fires today with heat nearing the triple digits. The first fire was dispatched at 9:55 AM in the 400 block of Abilene Street.

Shreveport's Fire Station 8 saves building

The Shreveport Fire Department was dispatched at 9:07 PM Wednesday night t for a reported building on fire in the 5000 block of Hearne Avenue.