Texas officials urges precautions to reduce West Nile exposure

The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to take precautions to reduce the risk of contracting West Nile virus, a mosquito borne illness.

Names released in wreck that killed two in Caddo Parish

Authorities have released the names of two young men tragically killed in a one-vehicle crash Thursday morning.

Federal agents arrest owners of local business

Federal agents, assisted by local deputies and police officers arrested the owners of Mike's Auto Sales during a raid Friday morning.

U.S. Senator Cornyn opposes UN Arms Treaty

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) joined 50 Senators in expressing grave concern about the dangers posed to Texans’ Second Amendment rights by the United Nations’ Arms Trade Treaty.

Bandit robs Shreveport business, attacks clerk

Law enforcement authorities are searching for a robber who stole money, then attacked an employee at the La Fuenta Plaza Latina Thursday in west Shreveport.

Shreveport leaf blower thief caught in early morning hours

A local man is behind bars thanks to a patrol officer who just happened to spot him making off with a stolen leaf blower in Shreveport’s South Highlands neighborhood early yesterday morning.

Amber Jackson and Brandon Mitchell Eliminated On “So You Think You Can Dance”

  Episode to Highlight Fan-Favorite Pieces Choreographed by Mia Michaels from Past Seasons, Plus Ballet Boyz

Changes in store for new drivers who want licenses

If you're a new driver looking at getting your license for the first time, there are some big changes you need to know. Beginning August 1st, the minimum classroom requirements and practical experience are expanding.

Driven by personal tragedy, man builds crosses for Aurora victims, thousands of others

In a vacant lot across from the site of last week's movie theater shooting, 12 white crosses stand solemnly, their arms covered in messages of hope and the ground around them full of flowers.

ETX man arrested twice for public intoxication in 12-hour period

A Lufkin man managed to get arrested for public intoxication twice almost 12 hours apart exactly Wednesday.