Ark-La-Tex Most Wanted

For this week's Ark-La-Tex Most Wanted, a woman is wanted for forgery and theft of assets of an aged person.

Army to launch 'blimp' that detects cruise missiles

 The U.S. Army plans to launch two stationary "blimps" at 10,000-feet in the air next week to better protect the Washington, D.C. area from cruise missiles and other possible air attacks.

Gruesome discovery: Small bodies inside abandoned storage locker

  When Regina Zimmer bid $40 on an abandoned storage unit in Colfax, California, near Sacramento, all she did before the purchase was look at the unit from the outside and hope to find something valuable.

Shreveport Police arrest three in human trafficking bust

A prostitution investigation conducted in west Shreveport has resulted in the arrest of three alleged suspects, one of whom was a 14 year old female found to be an out of state runaway.

Mayor Glover host groundbreaking on new SporTran facility

Several public figures including the the new mayor broke ground today for a new passenger-friendly public transportation system.

No 'The Interview,' and no 'Team America' either

After Sony canceled the release of its comedy "The Interview," one Texas theater planned to screen "Team America: World Police" instead. That is, until studio Paramount shut that down, too.

'Reinvest in Caddo' bond proposal includes closing 6 schools, building 3 new schools

A bond proposal presented by Caddo Parish School's superintendent could result in major changes across the district.

Volunteers of Renee's Run donate $40k to help fund cancer research

Volunteers of Renee's Run made a $40,000 donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PANCAN) on Thursday afternoon. The funds were raised through a six month project consisting of a gala event and a 5k run.

What would make a baseball hat be worth $300,000?

 (CNN) -- A baseball hat Babe Ruth wore during his 1934 tour of Japan just sold for $303,277 on the site Grey Flannel Auctions.

U.S. will respond to North Korea hack, official says

 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. government officials are preparing to publicly blame North Korea for the Sony Pictures hack -- but haven't yet decided how to respond to the attack.