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In protest of two bills, the Protect IP Act (PIPA) and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), many websites decided to have a 24hr blackout.  So the FOX 33 Street Tweets Team wants to know, "How do you feel about SOPA and PIPA?

Ark-La-Tex business joins in blackout protest

If you were looking for a quick fact Wednesday, Wikipedia probably wasn't much help. That's because the web encyclopedia was offline for 24 hours, protesting a controversial piece of legislation before Congress.

Ark-La-Tex business joins in blackout protest

If you were looking for a quick fact Wednesday, Wikipedia probably wasn't much help. That's because the web encyclopedia was offline for 24 hours, protesting a controversial piece of legislation before Congress.

Street Tweets

Going into this next presidential election, the FOX 33 Street Tweets Team wants to know, "What issues are you most concerned about?"  Play the video to view responses and please leave your own thoughts below.

Gun sales for 2011

According to recent statistics, more than 10.8 million guns were sold within the past eighteen months. The national shooting sports foundatioin reported that American men and woman bought a combinded total of nearly

Street Tweets

Christmas shopping online was up big-time this past year. So the Street Tweets Team wants to know, "How much shopping did you do online over the holidays?"  Play the video for responses.

Street Tweets

With the recent death of Kim Jong-iI and the likely succession of his third son, Kim Jong Un, the Street Tweets Team wants to know, "Do you think the death of Kim Jong-il opens the door for a better relationship with North Korea?" &nb

Street Tweets

The Iraq war has lasted more than eight years now but the end maybe in sight.

Street Tweets

We've been enjoying the payroll tax-cut for some time now but unfortunatly, it's coming to an end.

Some Salvation Army bell ringers go hi-tech

The red kettles of the Salvation Army are a familiar sight during the holidays. In fact, the Shreveport-Bossier area will collect enough money to adopt about 6,000 local children this year.