Shreveport woman linked to multiple burglaries

A Shreveport woman is behind bars after tipsters lead authorities to his doorsteps.

Gun Talk host has an issue with some of Obama's gun law proposals

According to "Gun Talk" radio host Tom Gresham, owning a gun is a right that Americans should be able to have.

Murder suspect indicted on 1st degree murder charge

A grand jury has indicted 28 year old Stacey Blount on a charge of first degree murder.

Burglar suspects found

A local man and woman now face burglary charges following their arrests in connection with a residential burglary in south Shreveport that happened on Monday.

Mardi Gras brings more than just fun to the Ark-La-Tex

People all around the world know the fun that Mardi Gras brings, but what they might not know is the added bonus it brings for businesses.

2013 Jazz Fest headliners announced: Billy Joel, Maroon 5, Willie Nelson

Billy Joel, Maroon 5, Willie Nelson, Fleetwood Mac and Daryl Hall and John Oates are among the acts headlining this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

The great reset: Will Obama's second inauguration let America turn the page?

On the eve of the inauguration, President Barack Obama's second term may also be America's second chance.

Teacher arrested for showing "R" rated movies to class

ST. LANDRY PARISH, LA — A teacher in St. Landry Parish was arrested for allegedly showing his students movies that contained “nudity and profanity.”

Exxon's big plans for offshore drilling on East coast

Two hundred miles southeast of Newfoundland, not far from where the Titanic sank, ExxonMobil is spending $14 billion to drill one of the biggest oil fields in the North Atlantic.

'Universal background check:' What does it mean?

In an effort to stem gun violence across the United States, President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed 23 executive actions, which don't require congressional approval -- some of which called for tougher enforcement of existing laws and req