Carson: Race relations have gotten worse under Obama

Ben Carson, a black conservative activist and neurosurgeon considering a 2016 presidential run, said Tuesday that race relations "have gotten worse" because President Barack Obama puts too much emphasis on race.

Possible reprieve for Louisiana family's beloved pit bull

A Louisiana family may have won a reprieve in its fight to protect its beloved pit bull from a local "vicious dogs" ordinance.

Thanksgiving by the numbers

  2 -- The ranking of Thanksgiving on the list of America's favorite holidays. Christmas is No. 1. 2 -- The maximum number of days the U.S. Department of Agriculture suggests keeping a fresh turkey before cooking it.

Romney tops a crowded GOP field of potential 2016ers

 Mitt Romney has said he has no plans to run for president a third time -- but that isn't stopping voters from wanting him to hit the campaign trail again.

Shreveport Police offer holiday safety tips

Thanksgiving and Christmas are the times when people carry more cash on them than usually and Shreveport Police have some holiday safety tips to help people not be a victim of crime.

Local lawmakers speak out about early voting rights

Concerns about a shorter amount of days in this early voting period has state officials taking action to make their voices heard.

Texarkana man arresed for alleged theft of vehicle

A Texarkana man was arrested for the alleged theft of a vehicle. Around 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, Texarkana police responded to the 2800 block New Boston Road after receiving reports of a stolen vehicle.

Area corporations give thanks through donations to 12 area nonprofit organizations

Area corporations spreading some holiday cheer with their "Giving Thanks During Thanksgiving" campaign.

Bossier City Police arrest man and woman for alleged kidnapping and armed robbery

A local man and woman were arrested for the alleged robbing and kidnapping of a Bossier City man at knife-point.

High school student uses social media to run prostitution ring

 A bust at a high school in Venice, Florida has left students stunned. Isabel Mascarenas reports a student was using social media to run a prostitution ring.