Suspect in prisons chief's death may have been freed 4 years early

There are indications that the man believed to have killed the head of the Colorado prison system this month may have been released from prison early because of a clerical error.

Bossier, Shreveport mayors proclaim April 7-13 Barbershop Harmony Week

Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker and Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover have proclaimed April 7-13, 2013 as “Barbershop Harmony Week” in concurrence with the 75th anniversary of the Barbershop Harmony Society. 

AIER releases top college destinations index for 2012

The American Institute of Economic Research has released its top 75 College Destinations Index from 2012. The study is based on the following categories:

Stocks: Jobs take center stage

Investors will enter the second quarter looking for fresh signs that the U.S. economic recovery is strengthening.

Louisville, Michigan round out Final Four

Check your brackets: This year's Final Four is set.

Flake calls a GOP presidential candidate endorsing same-sex marriage 'inevitable'

Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, said Sunday that it is certain that a presidential candidate from the Republican Party will endorse same-sex marriage.

Cops outnumber Klansmen at Memphis rally

A weekend rally by white supremacists in Memphis, Tennessee, saw far more cops than Klansmen on the streets.

In his first Easter as pope, Francis calls for peace in his own style

Pope Francis celebrated his first Easter Mass with departures from the style of his predecessor even as he delivered a traditional call for peace.

Man with first U.S. face transplant marries fellow burn victim

Horrific events brought them together. He was the first person to undergo a full face transplant in the United States after an electrical accident left him without a nose, eyes or lips.

Accident at Arkansas nuclear site kills man

An accident at a nuclear facility in Arkansas killed one person Sunday, a county coroner said.