After the big Obamacare apology: where things stand

President Barack Obama's apology to Americans whose health insurance is being canceled over the Affordable Care Act raises questions about how to fix that problem -- even as his administration scrambles to overcome a shaky website slowing d

UPDATE: Names released in two-vehicle crash

Two are dead in a two-vehicle wreck Friday night. It happened at 9:52 p.m. in the 4000 block of Hilry Huckaby Highway just east of Interstate 220.

Ted Cruz makes his late-night debut

 Sen. Ted Cruz is no longer limiting his speaking engagements to friendly GOP events and marathon talks on the Senate floor, appearing for the first time Friday on late-night television.

14-year-old college freshman attends classes in Las Vegas

Though some teens his age are just starting high school, a 14-year-old in Las Vegas is already attending college.

11 indicted in bikers clash with SUV driver

 A grand jury indicted 11 bikers, including an undercover New York City police detective, in connection with a well-publicized clash with an SUV driver, according to the Friday indictment.

Shreveport Police looking for missing teenage girl

Shreveport Police are looking for a missing juvenile girl that has not been seen or heard from since earlier this month.

Teen arrested in Friday night shooting

One man is in jail after shooting a man Friday night. It happened at a home in the 2000 block of Ford Street in Shreveport. Police were called to a the home in regards to a shooting.

UPDATE: Bossier City Police arrest man in connection to homicide

Bossier City Police Department is investigating an overnight homicide at a local gas station.

David Raines Community Health Center gets $758,333 thanks to the Affordable Care Act

Though the Affordable Care Act, the David Raines Community Health Center was given a grant of $758,333 toward expansion.  David Raines CHC plans to expand into the West 70th Street area in Shreveport.

Thirty-eight homeless men and women graduate from financial planning program

Through a partnership with Capital One Bank, homeless men and women residing at Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission have participated in an intensive financial counseling, education, and savings program this fall.