UPDATE: Pastor charged with arson in Zachary house fire

ZACHARY, LA — UPDATE: Fire investigators have confirmed Pastor Bridget Barns Steib and her sister Lucielle Brown have been arrested on charges of Arson. Her million-dollar home went up in flames earlier this week.

Penn State leaders disregarded victims, 'empowered' Sandusky, review finds

Penn State's most powerful leaders showed "total and consistent disregard" for victims of child sex abuse and failed to protect children, according to the findings of a long-awaited internal review over how the university handled

UPDATE: Drug deal gone bad leads to double shooting in Shreveport

Three men, two of whom were shot, have been arrested in connection with a shooting in west Shreveport after a drug deal turned sour Thursday.

'Loan Ranger' strikes again!

The man known as the 'Loan Ranger' has robbed yet another bank in Texas.

Trouble getting a job? Your Facebook profile could be to blame

More than 90 percent of employers in the United States are using social media to find and screen workers. That's according to a recent Jobvite survey, which monitors companies' uses of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other sites.

Inmates charged for pen stabbing to face

An inmate was victim of a pen stabbing by two cellmates, at the Doña Ana County Detention Center, investigators said.

5 children nearly drown after getting swept away by rainwater

Five children nearly drowned after being swept away by rainwater run-off  this afternoon in Shreveport's Southern Hills neighborhood..

No sign of protests outside Arkansas soldier's funeral

Pine Bluff (Pine Bluff Commercial) -- Police, counter-protesters and members of patriotic organizations said picketers from Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., didn't materialize Saturday afternoon to disrupt the funeral of Sgt.

TMZ video shows Sean Payton partying on dance floor

He won't be calling plays this year, so there appears to be time for Saints Coach Sean Payton to play the field while breaking it down.

Federal judge to determine fate of Mississippi's last abortion clinic

A federal judge will decide Wednesday whether Mississippi's only abortion clinic can continue to stay open under a temporary order or whether it should permanently shut its doors under a new state law.