'Breaking Bad' goes out on top at Emmy Awards

 "Breaking Bad" is in blue heaven.

Angry, scared and hungry: Inside the Ebola 'quarantine zone'

 A red rope guarded by police marks the "quarantine line" around the West Point slum in the Liberian capital, Monrovia.

Gaza truce reached, Hamas says

 Hamas officials said Tuesday that a truce has been reached that would end the fighting between Israel and militants in Gaza.

Massachusetts beach evacuated after great white shark spotted nearby

 More than 1,000 people were pulled out of the water and off the beach Monday after a great white shark was spotted off the coast of Duxbury, Mass

'Big Bang's' Parsons takes home another Emmy

If the winners at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards looked familiar, it's because many of them had visited the podium before -- including last year.

Junior Achievement announces 2014 Business Hall of Fame Laureates

The 2014 laureates are Grady Golden with Builder's Supply, Bobby Nichols with Eagle Distributing, and Mike Stanberry with Metro Aviation.

Proposed legislation could place heavy restrictions on solicitors

City councilman Sam Jenkins proposed legislation concerning solicitation and bringing balance between some public safety concerns back in March. 

Former Shreveport firefighter pleads not guilty to a charge of terrorizing threats

Derrick Harris, one of the former Shreveport firefighters involved in the station 8 scandal, is accused of threatening his colleagues via a facebook status in which he talks about remaking the "Django" film with the cast featuring fel

Michael Brown's funeral: Hope, tears and a call for social change

The funeral of slain Ferguson, Missouri, teenager Michael Brown was a celebration of his life, a search for meaning in his death and a battle cry to change policing in America.