Teen cancer patient awarded honorary diploma

4 long years, Sterlen Shepard has hit the books, studying hard while enrolled at Booker T. Washington High School in Shreveport, looking forward to graduating with friends and classmates.

Caddo takes superintendent search online

Any student, parent, employee or community member wishing to give their input on the search for the new superintendent search can now do so online.

Local Business helping Oklahoma

Bossier Power Equipment is collecting items for the victims of the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. Donations will be accepted now through Tuesday, June 11th.  

Nacogdoches native on TX Sports Hall of Fame ballot

According to Smoaky.com, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee, comprised of media members around the state and chaired by Denne Freeman, has set the final ballot of nominees to be voted on for the Class of 2014.

BREAKING: 2 dead in ETX trailer fire

Two people are dead after a trailer fire in Shelby County. The Shelby County Sheriff's Office and Center Fire Department responded to a trailer fire on County Road 4293 around 5:30 Thursday morning.

Esther Williams, star of film and swimming, dies at 91

Esther Williams, whose success as a competitive swimmer propelled her to stardom on the silver screen in the 1940s and 1950s, died Thursday in California, her spokesman said Thursday. She was 91.

NBA FINALS: San Antonio Spurs VS Miami Heat

Game one of the 2013 NBA Finals will be played Thursday night in Miami. One of the most anticipated Finals in recent history, places the veteran San Antonio Spurs against the younger Miami Heat.

Cops: Cheerleader pimped out her teen teammate

An 18-year-old Minnesota cheerleader is accused of pimping out a 16-year-old teammate with a developmental condition by posting an online ad about the girl and allegedly taking her to meet potential customers, according to a criminal complaint

Triceratops trio unearthed in Wyoming

There were three of them, one of them probably a child, and at least one met a gruesome end at the hands of a terrifying predator.

Judge in hot water: Allegedly said minorities are prone to violence

Civil rights groups filed a complaint this week against a federal judge in Houston after she allegedly said during a lecture that some minorities are prone to violence.