Warrant issued for alleged Shreveport burglar

Authorities are looking for the man accused breaking into a west Shreveport home last month. Police are searching for Matthew Mosely, 23, of Shreveport, who allegedly burglarized a house on the 1100 block of West 70th Street.

Most Wanted Sex Offender from ETX caught in New Orleans

A Most Wanted Sex Offender from East Texas was recently arrested this week in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Kidnapped Benton children recovered in Bienville Parish

Louisiana authorities have found safe two young children who were allegedly abducted from their foster home by their non-custodial parents earlier this week.

Governor Jindal issues state of emergency for all of Louisiana

As water levels already at or above flood stage continue rising in rivers in southwestern Louisiana, the weather forecast says more rain is on the way.

National Rifle Association gearing up for a fight

The National Rifle Association is gearing up to face one of the strongest challenges to its cause in many years: recommendations from an Obama administration working group on gun violence that are expected to address assault weapons and high-ca

Debt ceiling puts Obama in a trap

President Barack Obama might soon find himself in a quandary in which basic arithmetic prevents him from faithfully executing all of the laws Congress has passed.

Flu on track to be as prevalent as 2004

LSUHSC got it's first case of the flu confirmed in October, and since then the numbers have grown drastically. Thursday, about 25% of the patients in the hospital's emergency room were there with flu like symptoms.

Wireless AMBER alerts: What are they, and who gets them?

Many people may have received mobile text alerts on their cell phones when an Amber Alert has been issued in their area. We've heard from many East Texans who want to know more about them.

Rain leaves sewage problems

The rain might have left the Ark-La-Tex for now, but some local residents woke up this morning to flooded streets and backed up sewage.

Tax filing delayed

Tax season is upon us but the Internal Revenue Service announced yesterday that you might have to wait a little longer to file your taxes.