Disney to ban junk food ads aimed at kids

The Walt Disney Co. says it will start to require nutritional standards for the food advertisements on its networks aimed at children.

Shreveport safety checkpoint leads to warrant arrest

The Shreveport Police Department is releasing the results of a safety checkpoint held last weekend.

Vivian man arrested for incest

A Vivian man has been arrested for aggravated incest following an investigation by the Caddo Sheriff’s Office.

New film brings money, notoriety to Shreveport-Bossier

A little bit of Washington, D.C. is coming to the Ark-La-Tex in the form of a big white house. The new Millenium Studios film White House Taken will begin filming in July.

Local non-profit in running for a new car

Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana is a finalist in Toyota's "100 Cars for Good" campaign. On June 4, 2012, it will go up against four other non-profits.

Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission shed burned in fire

CADDO PARISH: A storage shed for Zion Ridge, a ministry of the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission on Elysian Fields Road in Greenwood caught fire Monday afternoon.

Miller Co. officials look to review security after jail escapes

It started with two men escaping, but now four people are behind bars at the Miller County jail in Texarkana, Arkansas.

Veterinarians: Expect worse flea season

Ark-La-Tex veterinarians are warning pet owners. We're in for a rough flea season. That's partly because of the mild winter and high humidity.

LSU to get budget impact figures, consider new programs for Shreveport, Alexandria campuses

BATON ROUGE---LSU Board members next Friday are expected to get an update on the impact of state budget cuts on LSU System institutions.

Jurors deadlocked on five counts against John Edwards

Lawyers for former two-time Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards asked for a mistrial in his federal corruption case after jurors announced they had reached a verdict on only one of six counts against him.