Sex offender for crimes against children gets 120 years in jail

LAKE CHARLES, LA — A Louisiana man was sentenced to 120 years in prison for sex offenses against juveniles that spans decades.

Hit-and-run suspect turns self in to Shreveport police

The man police believe struck and killed a pedestrian this morning in east Shreveport has surrendered to authorities.

Summer 2012 is BPCC's highest summer enrollment

Bossier Parish Community College’s summer 2012 enrollment reached 2,851, an increase of 4.6% over summer 2011, and marks the 4th consecutive “summer” with record enrollment in the school’s history.

Suspects being questioned in case of dismembered woman

NEW ORLEANS, LA  — UPDATE: The two suspects were identified and brought into custody this morning. They are Margaret Sanchez, 28, and Terry Speaks, 39, both of Kenner.

Career criminal back behind bars in Eunice

EUNICE, LA (NBC33) — A Eunice man with a laundry list of prior misdemeanor and felony arrests is back behind bars yet again.

East Texas man stabs friend over $7 dispute

Waskom — A petty cash argument left one person with a large stab wound in Harrison County.

Officials identify Shreveport hit-and-run victim

Authorities are still searching for the vehicle that struck and killed a man early this morning in east Shreveport.

Remaining charges dropped against John Edwards

The Justice Department has formally dismissed the remaining charges against former presidential candidate John Edwards.

Pew survey: Doubt of God growing quickly among young Americans

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The percentage of Americans 30 and younger who harbor some doubts about God's existence appears to be growing quickly, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey.

'Some success, some failure' in Colorado wildfire fight

Hundreds of residents ordered out of their homes as a massive wildfire advanced on the suburbs of Fort Collins, Colorado, may be allowed to return Wednesday evening, fire officials said.