San Bernardino Sheriff's Department: Charred body confirmed as Christopher Dorner

Medical examiners have positively identified the body of the renegade former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner, the man authorities say killed four people and wounded three others in a vendetta against his old comrades.

How are you celebrating National Donor Day?

Not only is February 14 Valentine's Day, it's also National Donor Day.

A Waffle House of love

A local food chain was able to offer those who didn't want to break the bank this Valentine's Day, an affordable candle light dinner.

TX special needs student hits shot of a lifetime

Mitchell Marcus, a special needs student, spent three years as the team manager for the Coronado boys basketball team.

Protesters visit local Wal-Mart

Protesters were out today at a local Wal-mart to protest the way the company allegedly handles confining pigs in gestation crates.

Shreveport teacher accused of sexually assaulting mentally challenged student

A Shreveport educator accused of sexually assaulting a student was arrested on Wednesday, according to Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator.

Meet the Pigzilla of New Summerfield

East Texas is cattle country. But for one New Summerfield family they have made raising pigs a lucrative business

Idol Across America

AMERICAN IDOL will kick off IDOL ACROSS AMERICA, a cross-country relay of the IDOL microphone, traveling from New York City to the IDOL stage in Los Angeles.

Why it's really possible to fall in love online

Jon's plane taxied to a gate at Los Angeles International Airport, and although he had been flying for 30 hours on a journey from South Asia to California, his heart pounded at the prospect of wrapping Katie, his fiancé-to-be, in a b

Brother of missing Des Moines woman travels to NOLA to continue search

The brother of a missing Des Moines woman traveled to New Orleans to try and gain answers about her disappearance.