Korean nightmare: Experts ponder potential conflict

Editor's note: Andrew Salmon is a South Korea-based freelance journalist and author who has written two books on the Korean war. Below, he envisages a hypothetical, worst-case scenario of potential conflict on the Korean peninsula.

Changes to stalking laws proposed in Arkansas

The Arkansas house is looking over a new bill that would change the stalking laws for the state.

I Love the Ark-La-Tex: The Steel Magnolias House

Driving down the road in Natchitoches, 320 Jefferson Street is a sight to see. From its stately columns, to the striking white shutters, to the mature magnolia trees lining the house, it is enough to make drivers stop for a closer look.

Armed man accosts restaurant employee

Just after 11pm, Shreveport Police arrived at the Long John Silvers in the 1300 block of Kings Highway, after receiving a call about an armed robbery.

Supporters voice their support

Supporters were present at yesterday's City Council meeting to voice their opinions about a potential sales tax increase at Mall St. Vincents.

Fire Department investigating suspicious fires

According to officials, abandon house fires can sometimes be the hardest to crack. The Shreveport Fire Department is currently investigating a number of fires that occurred recently over the past week.

Revitalizing Ringgold

In a city meeting Monday, Mayor Pro Tem Bobby Guin was officially announced as the interim mayor of Ringgold.

Officials: Cartels biggest threat to Texans

The Department of Public Safey has released the 2013 Texas Public Safety Threat Overview. The document is a state intelligence review that recognizes public safety threats to Texas.

Man accused of January murder in Baton Rouge found in Lafayette

Baton Rouge detectives have found a man wanted in the January 5 murder of Keith Matthews. Fugitive Shingo Edwards has been arrested. Crime Stoppers received information that Edwards was at a hotel in Lafayette.