BATON ROUGE — Hundreds turned out for a memorial service yesterday at the state capitol to remember former Louisiana Governor David Treen.
Friends and relatives of the late governor called him a statesman and a very important part of lo
UNDATED — Governor’s races today in Virginia and New Jersey have been anticipated as barometers of next year’s midterm congressional elections. A U.S. House race in upstate New York may prove more meaningful.
A British Army explosives specialist who became a legend by risking his life to defuse more than 60 Taliban roadside bombs was killed in Afghanistan during his final mission before he took leave, the Times of London reported Tuesday.
SHREVEPORT — Area officials have issued an evacuation advisory for people below Highway 154 to the Loggy Bayou bridge and west to the Red River.
Officials have set up emergency sandbagging operations and a command center at the intersection
The former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in southeast Texas says she had a "change of heart" after watching an abortion last month and she quit her job and joined a pro-life group in praying outside the facility.
Bossier City— Governor Jindal flew over the area this weekend and says he will ask for federal help to cope with the flooding and storm damage.
Jindal was at the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness in Bossier City Sunday t