Athens boy living with cystic fibrosis

If parents could have one wish for their children, many of them would pick health. That's the case for Casey and Holly Liles of Athens; but for them it's not as easy.

2 arrested in East Shreveport shooting

Shreveport Police have arrested two men; after a dirty look in a fast food restaurant led to shots fired.

Guns, drugs, cash seized in Shreveport raid

Agents with the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit investigating a complaint have seized a substantial amount of methamphetamine ice, some marijuana, and a weapon.

Judge allows Texas cheerleaders to hold religious signs

After a recent controversy, some tough cheerleaders won a small victory in court. A Texas judge extended a temporary restraining order allowing them to display religious signs at football games.

Free legal clinic for veterans

The Shreveport Bar Foundation is offering free legal advice to veterans. No appointment is needed, and they will help with any type of law.

Bossier City man charged with girlfriend's murder

Bossier City police have arrested a man in the shooting death of his girlfriend last month.

Actress Daryl Hannah arrested protesting ETX pipeline

A Hollywood star was arrested today by Wood County authorities protesting the Keystone XL pipeline.

Former Texas youth minister pleads guilty to child porn charges

A former Lower Valley youth minister has plead guilty to child pornography charges. Joe Tapia III changed his plea from not guilty to guilty this morning in Judge Frank Montalvo's court room at the El Paso Federal Courthouse.

Great Strides Walk for cystic fibrosis on Saturday

Cystic Fibrosis is an illness that over 30,000 children and adults suffer from in the United States alone, including Cade Liles of Athens, Louisiana (pictured).

Obama accuses Romney of dishonesty in debate

A day after losing the first presidential debate to Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama and his campaign accused the Republican challenger of dishonesty over tax policy and other issues.