Newtown police chief withdraws request to fire officer with PTSD

 The Newtown, Connecticut, police chief has withdrawn a recommendation to fire an officer diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and haunted by the horrific images of the mass shooting at an elementary school there.

Kentucky 'Santa' brings smiles to kids in need around the world

You could call Clyde Fogle the Kentucky "Santa."

Remarks about gays prompt suspension of 'Duck Dynasty' star

Is this man simply expressing his beliefs or spewing bigotry?

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: Louisiana Country Music Museum goes Christmas

On its own, the Louisiana Country Music Museum at Rebel State Historic Site in Marthaville is pretty cool... but add in Christmas and it goes to a whole other level.

Helping foster kids for Christmas

Volunteers for Youth Justice's Casa Program is still in need of gift donations. The organization helps kids entering the foster care program with gifts during Christmas time.

RRWC meets about dog park location

Shreveport's elusive dog park is one step closer to happening.

Caddo Sheriff's Office to donate clothing for Christmas

Caddo Sheriff Deputies along with various city and state law enforcement have been collecting clothes to donate to the Salvation Army.

Shreveport woman to face charges in husband's death

A Shreveport woman now faces murder charges in the stabbing death of her husband earlier this month. On December 4, Shreveport Police patrol officers were called to a mobile home park located in the 7400 block of Glen Leaf Lane relative to a medi

Insurers ease deadline to pay for Obamacare policies

Health insurers announced Wednesday they will give people buying coverage under Obamacare more time to make the first payment.

White House to release independent report on NSA spying

An independent assessment of National Security Agency surveillance ordered by President Barack Obama following classified leaks by Edward Snowden will be released Wednesday, White House spokesman Jay Carney said.