Concealed handgun licenses offer some security

It was a packed range for the Caddo Sheriff Office's concealed carry licensing class. Many students were taking the class for the first time, but for some, it was a renewal course.

Natchitoches' Fall Tour of Homes tickets now on sale

Experience the charm of Louisiana’s original French colony during the 59th Annual Fall Pilgrimage on October 11-13, 2013 in Natchitoches Parish.

Job fair to bring 400 jobs

Hundreds of job seekers are expected to converge on Independence Stadium Wednesday (September 25) to apply for about 400 jobs Teleperformance wants to fill this year as part of a major expansion.

College to host public forum

Southern University Shreveport will host a free public forum to honor the civil rights movement this coming Wednesday. The event will take place in at the Jesse Stone Lecture Hall on the main campus at 10a.m.

Auburn fan accused of stealing truck, kidnapping woman, hitting 9 parked cars in Baton Rouge

One Auburn fan who visited Baton Rouge never got the chance to see the big match-up. That’s because he was behind bars after he allegedly stole a truck, kidnapped a woman, and hit several parked cars.

Northwestern Theatre and Dance to perform "The 39 Steps"

Northwestern State University Theatre and Dance will perform “The 39 Steps” Oct. 2-4 and Oct. 9-12 at 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. in Theatre West. Tickets are $15 and $12 those age 65 and over and children age 12 and under.

ET scholarships available to NWLA students

Students from nine northwest Louisiana parishes are targeted for scholarships to pursue degrees in applied engineering at Northwestern State University.

Apple sells record 9 million iPhones in opening

Apple on Monday announced it sold 9 million of the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models since the went on sales Friday -- a record opening weekend for the iPhone.

Ariel Castro's son describes personal torment after father's crimes

Grappling with the fact that his father was a convicted rapist and kidnapper was difficult enough.

Microsoft beams Internet into Africa -- using TV 'white spaces'

Step into any major urban center across Africa and you'll have no problem accessing your favorite websites, catching the latest news online or sending your friends an e-mail.