Suspect wanted for conspiracy to murder 2 FL judges captured in Bossier City

A suspect wanted in Florida on state criminal charges, including conspiracy to commit murder of two judges,was captured Thursday night at a local hotel.

DCFS awarded more than $8 million in child support enforcement incentives

The Louisiana Department of Children & Family Services' (DCFS) continued efforts to improve child support collections have been rewarded with more than $8 million as part of a federal Child Support Enforcement Incentive award.

911 caller: Oklahoma killing may be gang-related

As an Oklahoma town comes to grips with the apparent senseless killing of an Australian baseball player on their streets, one man is offering a possible motive.

Arrest made in Spokane beating death of WWII vet

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1 dead in Thrusday morning HWY 527 wreck

On Thrusday, at 7:42 a.m., Troopers assigned to Louisiana State Police Troop G responded to a two vehicle fatal crash on Louisiana Highway 527 east of Louisiana Highway 157 that took the life of a Doyline woman.

TX AG: Days after USDJ arrests TX woman for voting 5 times in 1 election, Obama administration is suing the state

On Thursday, the United States Department of Justice announced that it will file a new lawsuit against the State of Texas, the Texas Secretary of State, and the Director of the Texas Department of Public Safety over the voter photo identif

Golf practice facility to open in Shreveport

A new golf academy will open soon in Shreveport. PGA golfer David Toms, is building a golf academy that is expected to open towards the end of 2013.

Officials still seeking Many man who was allegedly kidnapped by a LA police officer

A Many man is still missing after being kidnapped by a Natchitoches police officer. Officials with the Sabine Parish Sheriff's Office are looking for Tony Procell, 25.

DOTD launches "Way to Geaux" smartphone application for real-time travel information

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced today the launch of "Way to Geaux," a new hands-free, eyes-free smartphone application providing Louisiana travelers access to around-the-clock, real-time tra

Number of technology-ready school districts increases sevenfold in one year

The Louisiana Department of Education today released its third semi-annual Louisiana Technology Footprint, indicating that the number of technology-ready Louisiana school systems has increased by a factor of seven since July 2012.