Lawmakers presented with checks for Medicaid Day of Action

Friday, 21 Louisiana lawmakers were presented with checks for $15.8 billion each.

Wells Island Road residents speak out

Running water is not a problem right now for residents and businesses along Wells Island Road, but if Caddo officials don’t find a solution to build a water line in the area before the June 20th deadline, that water could soon be cut off.

4 teens spark massive blaze after shooting stolen flare guns

Four teens were arrested in Houma after they allegedly started a fire at an unoccupied home. Officials believe they sparked the blaze with flare guns, which were reported stolen from a local Wal-Mart.

Bossier narcotics team arrests 4 on drug charges

On Thursday, narcotics agents with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office and Bossier City Police Department arrested four people in two separate narcotics cases in Bossier City.

Fmr. restaurant employee charged with credit card fraud, ID theft

A former restaurant waiter faces criminal charges for stealing customer credit card information and used it to make unauthorized purchases at retail stores.

Holmes' dangerous mind and deadly weapons revealed in documents

When James Holmes' psychiatrist warned campus police at the University of Colorado how dangerous he was, they deactivated his college ID to prevent him passing through any locked doors.

Big plans for Georgia students' first racially integrated prom

As Quanesha Wallace remembers, it was around this time last year when the idea first came up at Wilcox County High School. It was nothing big, just chatter about prom, school, what comes next, what they'd change.

Appreciation for Roger Ebert, the everyman's movie critic

Roger Ebert was seldom at a loss for words.

Judge orders morning-after pill available without prescription

A federal judge in Brooklyn has ordered the FDA to make the morning-after birth control pill available over the counter to people of any age without a prescription, overturning a decision by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Historic tax credits spared by Gov. Jindal

When Prevot design was picking where to move their office building, they had their pick of many different place, but decided to renovate an old car dealership and home to the Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum.