Law enforcement strictens boot law

SHREVEPORT — Shreveport officials have lowered the number of downtown parking tickets before the vehicle can become impounded. Currently, vehicles with license plates connected to three or more overdue fines can get booted. Soon, cars and

FAA Slow to Alert Military of Wayward Plane

The Federal Aviation Administration violated its own rules by taking more than 40 minutes to alert the military after losing communication with a Northwest Airlines flight last week, according to officials.

Radical Islamic Group Leader Killed in FBI Raid

Federal authorities say a leader of what they describe as a nationwide radical fundamentalist Sunni Islam group has been fatally shot during an FBI raid in the Detroit area.

Plane skids off runway

SHREVEPORT — A private aircraft ran off the runway this morning at Shreveport regional airport. Officials say the plane went into a grassy area next to the runway. The fire department was called to the scene at around 11:30 this morni

Obama Signs Defense Bill With Hate Crime Measure

President signs $680B bill that includes controversial measure adding coverage of gays to hate crimes law

Police to Public: You May Know Killer of Girl in Landfill

Police in Florida urged the public Wednesday to be suspicious of changes in behavior and appearance among the people they know — because one of them could be 7-year-old Somer Thompson's killer.

High speed chase ends in arrest of kidnapper

An early morning car chase ended in a crash leaving hundreds of residents and one school without power. The Shreveport Times reports the chase happened after a suspected kidnapping and robbery. Londell Gilliam faces two counts of armed robbery

12 Killed in Taliban Attack on U.N. in Kabul

Gunmen with automatic weapons and homicide vests stormed a guest house used by U.N. staff in the heart of the Afghan capital early Wednesday, killing 12 people — including six U.N. staff.

Federal Agencies Raise Alarm About Cruise Sewage

Environmentalists tell Fox News wastewater dumping is all too common for the cruise industry

Official: CIA Didn't Tell Whole Truth

Intelligence official says agency failed to inform Congress about some spying activities during Bush administration