Judge: Governor Jindal’s voucher program cannot continue

Judge Tim Kelley ruled today that Governor Jindal’s school voucher program cannot continue. The ruling came this morning after hearing testimony over the past two days and closing arguments.

Facebook Powerball ticket a phony

A ticket of a fake winning Powerball ticket has been circulating on Facebook since Thursday.

'I knew I had to help,' cop says of charity act gone viral

New York police Officer Larry DePrimo's gift of boots to a barefoot homeless man on a cold November night warmed the hearts of America when a candid photo of the act spread on the Internet.

Man dies in Caddo Parish crash

Thursday afternoon, 34 year old Terrell Brian Weems of Bradley, Arkansas, was driving north on Hwy 3049, when his car ran into a tree.

Authorities seek armed robbery suspects

Authorities are seeking the identities and whereabouts of two men who allegedly robbed a Shreveport business last night.

Stop taking recalled cholesterol drug, FDA advises

  The Food and Drug Administration advised concerned consumers Thursday to stop taking a popular cholesterol drug that may be contaminated with specks of glass if the pills came from one of 41 recalled lots.

Will the winning Powerball ticket holders please step forward?

  The new parlor game gripping two cities a thousand miles apart -- "Who Won the Powerball" -- ramped up Friday amid rumors, speculation and tantalizing clues.

Doyline residents angry about explosive material

Now that the shock of having more than a million pounds of illegally stored explosives as a next door neighbor has worn off, the residents of Doyline are angry that the situation was even allowed to happen.

Car accident paralyzes one and sends 2 others to hospital

Just before 11pm on Wednesday, Shreveport Police and Fire Departments were called to the 3200 block of Fairfield Avenue, where a car had run into a tree.

Camp Minden update: Doyline evacuations

Louisiana State Police along with the Webster Parish Sheriff's Office plan to start moving more than a million pounds of illegally stored explosives early Saturday morning.