Hope for debt limit deal rises while shutdown standoff remains mired

House Speaker John Boehner and fellow GOP lawmakers meet to discuss the government shutdown Friday, a day after the Republican leader reportedly told fellow legislators that he won't allow the United States to default on its debt.

Kentucky Muhammad Ali awards

Appearing very frail, boxing legend Muhammad Ali made a rare public appearance Thursday at an event in his hometown to pay homage to others for their humanitarian work.

Shutdown hurting more than just government employees

It's been 3 days since almost 900 civilian employees at Barksdale Air Force Base were put on furlough, and it doesn't look like there is an end in site with the battle continuing in Washington D.C.

Learning with Legos at Sci-Port

Starting Saturday, October 5, castles will take over Shreveport in a new exhibit at Sci-Port.

CPS Case Worker arrested for alleged child sexual assault

The El Paso Police Department's Crimes Against Children unit arrest a man after he allegedly sexually assaults a teen girl in a West El Paso motel room.

Democratic senator Wendy Davis announces bid for TX Governor

Democratic Senator Wendy Davis, 50, who made a name for herself with a 13-hour long filibuster before the Texas Senate, has announced her bid for the office of Texas Governor.

Centenary in Paris

Imagine going to college and being able to go to class in Paris during the first week. Centenary College in Shreveport is looking to make that a reality for their incoming freshman class next year.

TX man charged with attempted murder after high speed chase

Bossier Sheriff's deputies arrested a Texas man, Wednesday, evening following a multi-parish high speed pursuit in a stolen vehicle that lead to attempted murder of a peace officer and other charges.

On air with KNWD the Demon

Two weeks into the fall semester found Daniel Thiels and his staff at KNWD 91.7 FM the Demon coordinating radio show schedules, training new DJs and settling into their renovated studio, a space that feels double the size since massive shelves

Federal shutdown does not affect The Alamo

Despite a slapdash and erroneous online news report, the Alamo remains open for business during the partial shutdown of the federal government.