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

Jobs Bill Clears Hurdle

Senate passes pared-down bill aimed at boosting jobs with tax breaks to businesses that hire unemployed

Teachers' Lap Dance Video Sparks Uproar at High School

Two teachers' performance of a dirty dance at a Canadian high school rally has led to their suspension without pay, The Globe and Mail reported.

Firefighters battle two fires within a block

SHREVEPORT - Shreveport firefighters were on scene this morning at two vacant house fires within a block of each other. The fires were on Willie Mays Street and Peach Street in the Martin Luther King Jr.

Apologies — But No Sure Fix

Toyota execs face sharp questioning from federal lawmakers on recalls, but admit they lack all the answers

Abortion Snags Health Care

Pro-life groups say language in health care proposal does not explicitly ban use of federal funds for abortions

Louisiana fails children's dental care

UNDATED - Louisiana received a failing grade in a new report on the state of children's dental care. A new study shows one in five children in the U.S.

McChrystal Apologizes to Afghans for Civilian Deaths

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan took his apology for a weekend airstrike that killed civilians directly to the Afghan people Tuesday

Officials: Natalee Holloway Suspect's Confession 'Fantasy'

Joran van der Sloot, the main suspect in the 2005 disappearance of American Natalee Holloway in Aruba, has made a second confession, according to Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.