Baby shot dead in stroller; 2 Georgia teens charged with murder

Two teen boys in this coastal city were charged with murder Friday, accused in the fatal shooting of a 13-month-old boy who was in a stroller being pushed by his mother.

Senate passes its first budget proposal in four years

The Democrat-controlled Senate passed its first formal budget proposal in four years early Saturday after hours of non-stop voting that started Friday evening.

FBI seeks possible links in Texas, Colorado killings

Days after he led police in a wild car chase that ended in a hail of gunfire, authorities are investigating the driver's links to two Colorado killings. And whether he has ties to a third shooting, in Texas, earlier this year.

WARNING GPAPHIC: TX mother charged in alleged burning of toddler's hand

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Banking on Shreveport

The City of Shreveport is looking to jump into the banking arena. City officials say 11% of residents don't have an active bank account and that’s why they will soon be launching a new initiative.

ETX school to host hog hunt for scholarships

Union Grove ISD is hosting its first annual scholarship foundation hog hunt. The hunt will begin Friday, March 22 at 4:00 p.m., and end on Sunday, March 24 at 2:00 p.m.

2 Ark-La-Tex airports on list of control towers to close

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday the list of airport control towers closing due to sequestration, which includes the Shreveport Downtown Airport and Texarkana Regional-Webb Field.

WANTED: Woman accused of printing fake money out of camper in Henderson, LA

Deputies are seeking a woman after they discovered equipment used to make counterfeit money and printed bills in her home.

Feds reap a projected $1.2 billion from oil, natural gas leases in Gulf

The federal government sold off oil and natural gas drilling rights Wednesday for swaths of the Gulf of Mexico, bringing in an expected $1.2 billion as part of what President Barack Obama's administration calls its "all-of-the-above en

FAA to close 149 regional airport control towers, spare 40 others

The FAA on Friday announced it will close 149 regional airport control towers because of forced spending cuts -- sparing 40 others that the FAA had been expected to shutter.