Paul Elio talks employment opportunities

In one of his first public appearances since the January 3 announcement, Paul Elio of Elio Motors was back in Shreveport letting the public know the progress that has been made his plans for the old GM plant.

Authorities investigate weekend shooting

A weekend shooting has left a Dallas Texas man recovering from minor injuries as a result of a weekend shooting in Shreveport.

Yahoo earnings: Mayer still has much to prove

Former Googler Marissa Mayer shocked the world last summer by taking the CEO spot at Yahoo, a brand marred by tumultuous CEO tenures and waning relevance.

Premier League Liverpool suffers cup humiliation at minnow Oldham

Liverpool, the 18 time league winner and five-time champion of Europe, was humiliated by third-tier Oldham 3-2 in the FA Cup, the most famous domestic cup competition in world football.

Feinstein 'would love' a Clinton run in 2016

Hillary Clinton has brushed off the idea of a 2016 presidential run, but Sen. Dianne Feinstein isn't listening.

Boeing keeps building Dreamliners it can't fly

Nobody is allowed to fly them. But Boeing can't stop churning them out.

NATO: Patriot missile battery operational on Syrian border

The first of six Patriot missile batteries intended to protect Turkey from Syrian threats is operational along the countries' shared border, NATO said Saturday.

Sen. Harkin, Iowa Democrat, won't seek 6th term

Sen. Tom Harkin, a Democrat who has represented Iowa in the U.S. Senate since 1984, will not seek re-election in 2014.

Gun control advocates march as nation reels from school shootings

Thousands of demonstrators rallied Saturday in Washington to demand tougher gun control laws, many describing themselves as first-time capital marchers who've had enough of gun violence.