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Hummer plant's future up in the air

SHREVEPORT - Things look bleak for workers at the Shreveport General Motors plant. GM announced that a proposed sale of the Hummer Brand fell through. A Chinese company was unable to complete the deal. The plant employs 950 people. State

U.N Still Pushing for Global Environmental Control

Is the Copenhagen climate conference emerging from the grave? As U.N. bigwigs meet to discuss trillions in wealth transfers, crash investments in 'green' technology and huge cuts in carbon emissions by 2050, their plans are sounding awfully familiar.

'Snow-icane' Stalks Northeast

Old Man Winter socks the weather-weary Northeast again, packing 50 mph winds and more layers of snow

Man sentenced to over 1200 years behind bars

WACO - A Rapides Parish man has been sentenced on a variety of sex crimes. James Davis pleaded guilty to 14 various charges. He will serve 12, 99-year sentences along with 2, 40-year sentences for the crimes.

Snow Spawns Layoff Spike

Number of new jobless claims jumps unexpectedly as last week's eastern storms caused layoffs to rise• LIVESHOTS: Serrie on Where to Invest

Obama Readies Plan B

President preps backup plan if sweeping legislation fails to generate enough support at bipartisan health summit

Mardi Gras officer under investigation

LAFAYETTE - A Lafayette city police officer is still on leave after mishandling an arrest during Mardi Gras. Fox 15 has obtained video of the incident posted on CNN's You can see the officer shaking and yelling at a young girl afte

Ft. Hood Attack Finally Called 'Terrorism'

Janet Napolitano becomes first official to publicly describe deadly shootings at Ft. Hood, Texas as terrorist act

Toyota Chief 'Deeply Sorry'

Akio Toyoda apologizes for accidents and recalls during statement on Capitol Hill, vows to correct problems

Casinos struggle in January

SHREVEPORT - Casinos in Louisiana were down 14.6 percent in January. The Shreveport Times reports the Shreveport-Bossier market posted a 13 percent fall. Officials say the market is facing increased competition from indian nation casinos in Okl