Shreveport-Bossier African-American Chamber of Commerce announce festivities for annual chamber week

The Shreveport-Bossier African-American Chamber of Commerce is observing "African-American Chamber Week" with a host of festivites.

Mother wants 'Breaking Bad' figures removed from Toys R Us

 "Breaking Bad's" Walter White may have cleverly dodged authorities during his career as a drug kingpin, but his action figure hasn't dodged the wrath of a Florida mother.

Woman arrested after becoming trapped in chimney

 A woman accused of illegally entering the Thousand Oaks home of a man she went on multiple dates with was arrested Sunday after firefighters used jackhammers to partially dismantle a brick chimney she had become trapped inside.

Texas sex offender held in Indiana after bodies of 7 women found

It started with one body at a motel in Hammond, Indiana.

Military preps team for Ebola response in US

The U.S. military is forming a 30-person "quick strike team" equipped to provide direct treatment to Ebola patients inside the United States, a Defense Department official told CNN's Barbara Starr on Sunday.

Authorities find meth infused religious candles valued at $5 million during I-12 traffic stop

A traffic stop on Interstate 12 in Baton Rouge led to the discovery of 48 meth infused candles valued at $5.1 million.

At least 70 ISIS bodies dropped off at Syrian hospital, opposition says

ISIS has apparently taken a heavy hit over the past several days. The bodies of at least 70 fighters for the terror group have been dropped off over four days at a hospital in the Syrian town of Tal Abyad, a Syrian opposition group told CNN.

Shreveport man arrested for alleged murder at local motel

A Shreveport man was arrested early Sunday morning for the alleged murder of a local man and the attempted murder of a local woman.

Woman left handcuffed, shoeless in holding cell after court hearing about missed child support payments

Tara Mathis admits she couldn't pay her child support, but a recent meeting with a judge didn't end the way she thought it would.

Dallas health worker on Carnival cruise poses no health threat

A cruise ship passenger who is employed at a Dallas, Texas, hospital where Ebola patients were treated, poses no public health threat, a health authority said on Sunday in a statement.