Univeristy of Texas students to host 'Catch an illegal immigrant' game

conservative student group at the University of Texas in Austin is organizing an event Wednesday called "Catch an Illegal Immigrant," where participants will be rewarded with $25 gift cards for "catching" students wearing &q

CaddoFest at NSU moved due to expected rain

CaddoFest 2013, a combination music festival, pep rally and tailgate party at Northwestern State University, has been moved to the Friedman Student Union due to expected rain. The event will begin Friday, Nov. 22 at 2:30 p.m.

BAFB Aircrew specialist receives Bronze Star from Army

What does Barksdale's Master Sgt. Donald Treglia have in common with Chuck Yeager, Oliver Stone, Ernest Hemingway and Audie Murphy?

Gov. Jindal: Obama administration backs off school choice lawsuit

In a ruling Monday regarding a motion to intervene in the suit against the Louisiana Scholarship Program, United States District Court Judge Ivan Lemelle stated the Department of Justice has abandoned its previous request that the Court permane

Gov. Perry and Dr. Laffer highlight successful policies to create jobs, opportunity in Texas

Gov. Rick Perry and economist Dr.

Wal-Mart store's food drive for its own workers

One Wal-Mart store in Ohio is collecting canned food to help its workers feed their families a Thanksgiving dinner.

Selfie named word of the year for 2013

The most esteemed guardian of the English language has bestowed a prestigious honor upon debatably the most embarrassing phenomenon of the digital age: the selfie.

Caroline Kennedy, Japan, and JFK's legacy

Caroline Kennedy on Tuesday stepped before an emperor and into a new global limelight, along a path paved by her father.

Methodist jury convicts pastor for officiating son's same-sex wedding

A Pennsylvania minister was found guilty in a church trial on Monday for officiating his son's same-sex wedding, according to church officials.

John Edwards goes back to practicing law

Former presidential nominee John Edwards of North Carolina will return to the practice of law, CNN affiliate WRAL reported Monday.