Local residents trying to return from Haiti

SHREVEPORT — Three members of a Shreveport church trapped in Haiti will reportedly try to leave the country today to return home. As of this morning one local resident still had not heard from his wife who is also trapped.

Haiti in devastating conditions

Devastation in Haiti more than a day after a deadly earthquake toppled the capital and surrounding areas.

GM plant comes to a stop

General Motors will stop its production of its Hummer Brand until the sale of the brand is complete. Officials say this will directly affect the Shreveport plant which produces both the Hummer H3 and the H3T. General Manager Otie McKinnley says

Local man struggling to contact wife in Haiti

SHREVEPORT - One local Louisianan is having trouble contacting his wife in Haiti since the tragic earthquake. George Sisson lives in Shreveport and was married in Haiti just before Christmas.

King Kin Slams Reid

Al Sharpton, NAACP and Black Caucus have expressed support for Harry Reid — but niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. calls Reid's comments 'sadly outrageous'

Crackdown Taken With a Grain of Salt

NYC mayor wants to add salt to regulations that include nutrition label displays and transfats ban | VIDEO• Restaurant Chefs Boiling Over Salt Crackdown

Mexico Opens New Year With 69 Drug Murders in a Day

Mexico opened the new year with what could be its most dubious distinction yet in the 3-year-old battle against drug trafficking — 69 murders in one day.

U.S. Calls Claims It Killed Iran Nuke Physicist 'Absurd'

The United States called "absurd" charges by Iran that it had anything to do with the Tuesday motorcycle bomb blast that killed a prominent nuclear physics professor.