City development receives grant

The Downtown Shreveport Development Corporation is receiving two grants to help with downtown development.

Sixth graders learn a little C.S.I. from a pro

Bossier Crime Scene Investigation instructed more than 300 sixth grade science students at Haughton Middle School today about the science of fingerprints.

Student service project benefits food bank

Northwestern State University student Steven Piwonka completed a service-learning project that helps maximize efficiency at Shreveport’s St. Vincent de Paul’s food bank.

5-year-old boy fatally shoots 2-year-old sister

A Kentucky mother stepped outside of her home just for a few minutes, but it was long enough for her 5-year-old son to accidentally shoot his 2-year-old sister with the .22-caliber rifle he got for his birthday, state officials said.

SCAM ALERT: DMV warns Texans of moving scams

HOUSTON – The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) joined U.S.

BREAKING: 3 more arrested in connection with Boston Marathon bombings

Boston Police said Wednesday that three additional suspects have been taken into custody in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings April 15.  

Victim snatches robber's shotgun, uses it on robber's car

A would-be armed robber had to embarrassingly ask for his shotgun back that he, moments ago, had pointed in a victim’s face during an attempted armed robbery, New Orleans police said.

All options on the table regarding Syria, US officials

All options remain on the table as the Obama administration considers what, if any, military action to take in Syria following the suspected use of chemical weapons there, U.S. officials tell CNN.

Full moon gets partial blame for Civil War general's death

A full moon hung just right in the night sky as the fierce Southern Army faced the encroaching Union troops in the spring of 1863.