Cold weather car tips

Bossier City — Cold weather can be hard on a lot of things. One of them is your car. A local mechanic in Bossier City says business has been non-stop ever since the cold weather hit. He's says....

Christmas Day Terror Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

A Nigerian man pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he tried to blow up a packed U.S. Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day.

Robbery Threat Gives NBA Players Reason to Carry Arms

Some people ask why a man who stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 215 pounds needs to carry a gun. But Washington Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas is much more likely than the average man to become the victim of a violent crime, statistics show.

Louisiana man executed

LOUISIANA — A convicted sex offender was executed Thursday in Louisiana after he admitted to murdering his 12 year old step daughter. It was the state of Louisiana's first execution since 2002.

Cops Eye Playboy Model's 'He's Trying to Kill Me' Text

The ex-boyfriend of a murdered Playboy model confirmed Friday to that she had been sending him text messages during the time she was dating her current boyfriend, and that she had expressed fear that the man was “trying to kill her.”

Alabama Beats Texas, 37-21, Capturing BCS Title

Anders forced a fumble on his blindside sack of Texas backup quarterback Garrett Gilbert with 3:02 left Thursday night to help the top-ranked Crimson Tide hold on for a 37-21 victory in the BCS title game

Study: Calorie Counts Off on Menus, Frozen Meals

A new study says food at popular chain restaurants and in the frozen food aisles can be more fattening than advertised.

IRS Eyed for Health Care Enforcer

Health care bill expected to require nearly all Americans to have insurance — and prove it on their tax returns

Team set to respond to hazardous weather

LOUISIANA - The governor's office of Homeland Security and Emergency Prepardness has activated its Crisis Action Team to monitor and respond to winter weather hazards. The team will be in constant communication with the National Weather Service, a

Publisher Renames Conrad Classic 'N-word of the Narcissus'

A Netherlands-based publisher has reprinted Joseph Conrad's 'The Nigger of the Narcissus' as 'The N-word of the Narcissus,' a blatant act of censorship, critics say.