Controversial halftime show at Texas HS game stirs debate

A Texas high school is facing intense criticism after a halftime show in which a person dressed like Mitt Romney was punched in the face by someone depicting Big Bird.

African painted dogs kill young boy at Pittsburgh Zoo

A group of African painted dogs killed a boy who fell into their exhibit Sunday at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Barbara Baker, the zoo's president, said the child was around 3 years old.

New York faces 'massive housing problem' after Sandy, governor says

Kevin Cordova's family tried cooking hot food to stay warm. They wore their winter coats inside and buried themselves under blankets.

Rick Seaton and City of Shreveport respond to lawsuit

Even from prison, Rick Seaton is causing trouble for Shreveport's Mayor Glover. Seaton was convicted of forcible rape, from a December 2010 incident where he took a girl to the Mayor Glover's office and raped her.

Louisiana State Police use State Fair to reach public

Some people are taking advantage of the fair for more than fun, food and games. The Louisiana State Police Department is spreading awareness about their message to keep people safe.

11-year-old boy arrested for calling in fake bomb threat

An 11-year-old boy was arrested for allegedly calling in a bomb threat at a pharmacy in Assumption Parish.

Coushatta man killed in rollover crash on Highway 371

One person is dead after a rollover crash threw the driver from his vehicle Friday afternoon.

Alleged murderer caught in West Monroe to be extradited to ETX next week

James Calvert, the man who allegedly kidnapped his son and murdered his ex-wife this week, is expected back in East Texas next week.

Shreveport bus driver, student arrested following pencil stabbing

A Caddo Parish School bus driver and student were both cited after they allegedly attacked one another.

LSU system restructuring

With over 6,000 employees, LSU Heath Sciences Center is one of the largest employers in the area. But the possible restructuring could mean a lot of changes for LSUHSC employees, even possibly losing their jobs.