Homeless shelter in Shreveport forced to throw out 1,600 pounds of deer meat

An annual donation drive in Shreveport ended with controversy after the Department of Health and Hospitals forced a shelter to throw out a huge donation of meat.

Amnesty week in Shreveport

If you have an active warrant or fines in the city of Shreveport, there might be a possibility for a second chance.

Knowing your medical history

One local organization held its first health fair for 2013. The Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Red Cross was out today in full force.

Texas officer accused of framing ex-wife as meth dealer

A Madisonville police officer was indicted Monday for allegedly plotting to place methamphetamine on his ex-wife.

ETX woman searches to find photo's rightful home

An East Texas woman is on a personal mission to help return an item that she found at a Goodwill store to its rightful home.

TX firefighters find burning body in dumpster

Beaumont police are investigating the discovery of a body in a dumpster Tuesday morning.

Planned closure of ETX processing plant to shift more mail to Shreveport

A date has been finalized for the closure of an East Texas mail processing center.

Texarkana man faces budget cut blade

When Raymond Wyrick loses his job next week, he will be among the first casualties of the $85 billion federal budget cuts that hit March 1.

Shreveport hotel robbed at gunpoint

Authorities are searching for a man who robbed a west Shreveport hotel Monday afternoon. At 1:46 p.m., officers were called to a reported armed robbery at the Days Inn hotel on the 4900 block of West Monkhouse Drive.

Authorities bust 5 Caddo Parish businesses selling to minors

Caddo sheriff's deputies checked 31 businesses on Friday for compliance with laws governing the sale of alcohol to underage persons. Employees of five businesses were found in violation, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.