Community leaders deliver meals to residents

Local Shreveport resident Elizabeth Alexander received a nice surprise today. Her Mayor and Sheriff visited her personally to deliver her daily meal that is provided by the Caddo Council on Aging.

Cardinals meet Monday; could set date to elect new pope

The race to replace Pope Benedict XVI could get under way Monday, just four days after the 85-year-old pontiff vacated the papacy, citing ailing health.

Governor delcares Problem Gambling Awarness Week

Problem gambling is one of Louisiana's most serious health issues. It affects not only the addict; it affects that person's family, friends, co-workers and society as a whole.

2 Texas A&M students, 1 other killed in possible drunk driving wreck

It was a grisly scene after a crash that killed three people, including two freshmen from Texas A&M University.

Shreveport clerk seriously injured in violent robbery

A Shreveport Family Dollar employee was hospitalized Sunday night after he was shot during a robbery at the store.

Judge: Jindal’s teacher tenure revamp is illegal

Baton Rouge Judge Michael Caldwell says Governor Bobby Jindal’s revamp of teacher tenure laws is illegal because it was included in legislation that had too many other items.

MISSING: Authorities looking for Keithville man

Authorities have asked for the public's help in finding a Keithville man who was first reported missing over the weekend.

One dead and three injured after late night shooting

One man is dead and three others injured after a late night shooting in west Shreveport.

Burglars steal cars from dealership, take ATM from gas station

Shreveport police are on a manhunt this evening looking for at least three men they believe are responsible for burglarizing a business early this morning.

Stocks: Spending cuts and jobs

Investors will continue to lock their eyes on the state of the U.S. economy, which has taken on a new sense of urgency after the forced federal spending cuts were triggered on Friday.