A cell phone application that will help illegal immigrants find water and key landmarks as they cross into the United States is an inappropriate use of taxpayer funds and an irresponsible use of technology, critics say.
SHREVEPORT - An overnight warehouse fire damaged a business in north Shreveport.
It happened around 2 a.m. Tuesday morning at Professional Waterline, a local oil field service company.
The cause remains under investigation.
Daniel Angerer is used to getting attention over the food that comes out of his restaurant Klee Brasserie, but the New York chef is making more headlines than ever over a new dish that instead comes out of his fiance's brassiere.
A Pennsylvania woman has been charged in federal court with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country, making false statements to a government official and attempted identity theft.
SHREVEPORT - Harsher punishments for drunk drivers could be in the pipeline.
The District Attorney's Association issued recommendations to adopt tougher DWI laws.
The law would allow judges to confiscate cars of repeat offenders whose licenses