Fresh protests break out in Northern Ireland after night of violence

Fresh pro-British protests erupted Saturday in the Northern Ireland city of Belfast, police said, hours after nine officers were injured in rioting.

Obama, Republicans foreshadow spending duels in Washington

While Republicans this week have already begun to lace up their fighting gloves for the upcoming battles over debt and spending, President Barack Obama used his weekly address Saturday to draw his own lines.

Online outrage over Ohio rape case prompts city website

Amid social media pressure and allegations of a cover-up, community leaders in Steubenville, Ohio, have launched a website to keep the community updated on a rape case that has consumed the small Ohio town.

12th Night Party

With Christmas over, Mardi Gras season can now begin. The 12th Night Party is celebrated 12 days after Christmas and marks the official beginning to Mardi Gras events.

Blood shortage in the Ark-La-Tex

What better way to start the New Year off by giving your time and a little blood. Lifeshare blood centers in Shreveport are reporting a shortage in blood and need the public’s help.

Former La. Gov. Edwards and wife to star in new reality show

Former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards, along with his 34 year-old wife Trina, will star on the small screen in a new reality show on cable channel A&E.

Inaction on Sandy by Congress leaves businesses in limbo

Congress passed only a fraction of the Sandy relief bill Friday, which means that most businesses devastated by the storm are still waiting for help.

SFD responds to 1st fire fatality of 2013

Last night, Greg Mills, 51, was the victim in Shreveport’s first fire fatality of the year.

Best car sales in five years

Strong demand from car buyers in December led automakers to close out the best year for U.S. car sales since before the recession, and the biggest one-year jump in sales in 28 years.

Forget discouraged, 3 million workers hopelessly unemployed

Employers may be hiring, but there's another big problem with the job market that isn't being tracked as closely: the hopelessly unemployed.