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Fast food restaraunt robbed at gunpoint

Two men held employees at gunpoint during a robbery at Arby's Wednesday night.

Louisiana man found guilty of east Texas child pornography violations

A 66-year-old Covington, LA man has pleaded guilty to child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.  

DPS Joins Nationwide Effort to Protect Children

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is joining other law enforcement partners and advocates at various events around the state to promote “Take 25,” a public awareness campaign developed by the National Center for Missing &a

Hurricane Bud now a Category 2

Hurricane Bud strengthened to become a Category 2 storm Thursday as it churned toward the southwestern coast of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said.

“SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE” premieres tonight

New season swings into auditions in Dallas and New York.  Audition episodes continue in Los Angeles, Alanta and Salt Lake City. Las Vegas Callback Episode airs Wed., June 20. 

St. Landry Parish traffic stop turns into gunfight

Lousiana State Police detectives were called in to investigate an officer involved shooting. On Wednesday, a St. Landry Parish sheriffs deputy stopped a van on northbound I-49 for following too close.

12 ticketed at Bossier City safety checkpoint

The Bossier City Police Department conducted a safety checkpoint in the 2200 block of Shed Road yesterday, May 23, 2012 between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Gallup poll: 'Pro-choice' at a record low

The percentage of Americans who self-identify as favoring abortion rights has hit a record low of 41%, while those who consider themselves "pro-life" reached 50%, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday.

Louisiana ranks fifth for business-friendly environment

It's National Small Business Week and cities across the country are encouraging people to "Shop Small." For local residents, that means supporting thousands of small businesses across the Ark-La-Tex.

Bride who faked cancer ordered repay donors

A New York woman who pretended to have terminal cancer to pay for an extravagant wedding and honeymoon has been ordered to give back thousands of dollars she received from sympathetic donors.