Teacher mistakenly kills son after neighbor reports robber

A Connecticut grade-school teacher accidentally shot his 15-year-old son during what he apparently thought was the attempted robbery of a neighbor's house, police said Friday.

2012 Heroes Barbecue Cook-off results in

The results of the 2012 Heroes Barbeque Cook-Off are in!

'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' hits ratings high

TLC is probably pretty pleased right now.

Man injured in North Shreveport shooting

Police are searching for a suspect who goes by the name of Little Nick Nick for his potential role in a shooting that occurred last night in the 600 block of Seneca Trail in Shreveport.

Bossier SO, PD form joint task force to combat drugs

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office and Bossier City Police Department are joining efforts Oct. 1 by forming the Bossier Combined Narcotics Task Force to combat illegal drug activity throughout the parish.

Authorities looking for alleged Shreveport bandit

Shreveport police are looking for a man who is accused of robbing a local convenience store last week.

Bringing the spa experience to Sutton Children's Hospital

If you tried to go to Children's Escape Spa in the Pierre-Bossier Mall Thursday night, you would have seen it was closed.

Employers looking to hire a hero

If a company is looking to hire a new employee, why not hire a veteran? That was the reasoning behind Thursday's military only career fair put on by Recruit Military.

Warrant obtained for Shreveport man in connection with murder

Police detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for a local man in connection with a homicide that occurred earlier this year.

Texas AG backs Kountze cheerleader's who used religious banners

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today sent a letter offering assistance to Kountze ISD Superintendent Kevin Weldon in response to the Freedom From Religion Foundation's recent letter incorrectly claiming that Kountze High School cheerlea