Armored car guard arrested for stealing $60,000 deposit bag

An employee of a local armored car company was arrested by Caddo sheriff's deputies for stealing a $60,000 deposit bag, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Texas A&M University posts record year for fundraising

Texas A&M University has raised a record $740 million-plus within the past year, over $300 million more than in any previous 12-month period—and it now ranks among the nation’s top fundraising institutions in higher education, p

Caddo Sheriff's Office to accept bids on two horses

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office will accept bids from 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, September, 19 on two horses picked up off Domino Drive in Caddo Parish. Up for sale are a 3- year-old sorrel mare and her 6-month-old bay filly.

VIDEO: Good Samaritan honored after turning backpack full of money in to police

A Good Samaritan was awarded a special citation today by the Boston Police Department. On Saturday night, Glen James approached officers saying he found a backpack outside of a store in Dorchester.

S&P near record after Summers' withdrawal

The S&P 500 is once again close to a record high, as investors welcomed the withdrawal of Larry Summers from the race to become next chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Ben Affleck on 'Batfleck' backlash: I'm tough

The sustained hatred for Warner Bros. recent Batman casting was hard to miss -- particularly for the actor who landed the part.

Why Occupy Wall Street fizzled

It's been two years since the launch of Occupy Wall Street, the New York-based social movement that quickly spread to encompass headline-grabbing protests around the globe.

Winklevoss twins: Bitcoins better than gold

Tyler Winklevoss, one half of the duo known in popular culture as the Winklevii, thinks that the cybercurrency Bitcoin may be a better long-term bet than gold.

Man arrested for 4th DWI, prior charges include vehicular homicide

A 39-year-old man from Lake Charles was arrested for his 4th DWI after he nearly caused a crash while he was speeding.

Five years later, a distracted president struggles with the economy

It's been five years since the banking and credit crisis rocked the U.S.