Sam Jenkins and supporters rally against controversial poll results

A controversial poll conducted by two local news entities has caused an uproar in the Shreveport mayor's race, and mayoral candidate Sam Jenkins and supporters rallied to voice their concerns.

A two percent Hotel Occupancy Tax is on the ballot for Nov. 4th

Election day is next week and you will not only see candidates rallying, but also supporters of the two percent Hotel Occupancy Tax proposition.

Shreveport police arrest local man for alleged home burglary

A local man was arrested for his alleged involvement in a home burglary. Shreveport police responded to the 900 block of Thora Boulevard Sunday morning around 4:00 a.m. after receiving reports of a burglary in progress.

Shreveport man wanted for attempted second degree homicide

A warrant for the arrest of a local man has been issued for an attempted homicide. Shreveport police responded to a local hospital Saturday night after hearing reports of a welfare concern.

Man attacks mother for asking for help with the groceries

A Memphis man is in jail for attacking his mother, because she asked him to help bring some groceries in from the car. Harold Jackson is facing domestic assault charges.

Horse rescued from Arizona swimming pool

A horse is expected to be OK after being rescued from a Mesa swimming pool Saturday. It happened at a home near Val Vista and University drives.

Turn up the bass: Music to make you feel more powerful at work

If you've ever used music to psych yourself up for a big presentation, an important negotiation, or a job interview, you'll know that certain songs can evoke strong emotions.

'Ouija' tops box office and (sort of) sets a record

 "Ouija" is at the head of the class in more ways than one.

Google exec sets several world records after jumping from the edge of space

Take a look at Google's Vice President, Alan Eustace, who just jumped from the edge of space. In the process, he broke the sound barrier and set several world records.

Toddler shot in both legs during drive-by shooting

A two-year old boy is the latest child to be caught in the middle of a drive-by shooting in St. Louis. It happened Saturday afternoon a block north of Soldan High School on North Union Blvd.