Homeless TX vet ticketed for digging through trash

A homeless veteran in Texas was ticketed by police for searching through a garbage can for food. The case has sparked outrage from activists who say it's a waste of resources.

TX students lobby for official state pie

Most states have an official food, an official tree and even an official bird. But some Texas first-graders felt something was missing from that list-- an official state pie! So they went to state leaders to make it happen.

Pajama bandit knocks victim out cold in Walmart bathroom

Local law enforcement is asking for the public's help finding a thief who robbed another man at Walmart.

New Iberia, LA and El Dorado, AR chosen as top "comeback" towns

Everyone loves a good get-back-up, Rocky-style story. But inspirational tales don't always have to star a guy in shiny shorts -- or a big city like Philadelphia.

Teen tragedy: 5 die in fiery collision with tanker truck in Texas

At the intersection of the two country roads, charred debris lies strewn haphazardly. The earth around it is scorched.

Additional charges in “Chop Shop” bust

Shreveport Police investigators say a man arrested last week during an alleged chop shop discovery now faces additional charges after more dismantled vehicles were located in a west Shreveport warehouse this morning.

Man arrested for allegedly firing shots at home

A Shreveport man is behind bars tonight following his arrest for allegedly firing multiple shots at a east Shreveport home this morning.

Festival season brings more than just fun

From Cork to Mudbug Madness to Holiday in Dixie and all the other upcoming events, spring festivals are a way of life in the Ark-La-Tex.

Residents push for new park

Shreveport City Councilman Sam Jenkins is pushing for a new community park to be built in the lakeside community. The project has been approved by the council but the City has stalled on acquiring the lot for the park.

Texas woman using Facebook to search for her biological parents

A Texas woman, who was born in Tyler and adopted by a Dallas couple, is using Facebook to find her birth parents. So far, more than 4,000 people have shared Jessica Miller's Facebook post for help.