Michael Moore: A Love Story? Not So Much

Michael Moore can dish it out. But can he take it? A cottage industry of filmmakers is looking to take him on at his own game.

Tiffany Registry Offers Gifts for the USS New York

Want to honor a loved one or see your name on a $2,800 Chippendale tray to be used on the U.S.S. New York? Well, now's your chance.

LSU to auction Box Stadium memorbilia

LOUISIANA — Tigers fans across the state have a chance to buy some Louisiana State baseball history.

Missing Va. Student May Not Be Crime Victim, Police Say

The disappearance of a Virginia college student last seen at a heavy metal concert remained a mystery Thursday as state police said they had no evidence about whether or not Morgan Harrington is the victim of a crime.

Mum's the Word for NASA's Secret Space Plane X-37B

There is an air of vagueness regarding next year's Atlas Evolved Expendable launch of the unpiloted, reusable military space plane.

'Ex-Gay' Advocates Say Schools Ban Their Books

Visit a public school library and you'll find an array of books on homosexuality.

Officers round up oustanding warrants

SHREVEPORT — Shreveport law enforcement conducted a warrant round up Wednesday. Authorities arrested 19 offenders and cleared 45 warrants.

State fair set to kick off

SHREVEPORT — The annual state fair will kick off its 103rd year in Shreveport Thursday. The theme this year is "first and forever." Officials say they believe it will bring an economic boost to the area and will be cheaper for fair-goers.

Upset citizens attend council meeting

BOSSIER CITY — People gathered at the Bossier City Council meeting Tuesday night to protest layoffs in the city's police and fire department. However, the city council denied any comments from the public at the meeting. Many citizens were

Sugar Cereals Are 'Smart Choices'? FDA Not So Sure

Ever wondered how that "Smart Choices" sticker wound up on the front of Froot Loops or Cocoa Puffs?