Locals lose battle to save memorial oaks

Early in the morning, while many were still asleep, First Baptist Church in Logansport cut down two 90 year old oak trees, but even then, many were on hand to watch the trees go down.

Mental evaluation ordered for New Boston suspect

Shannon Richardson, suspected of sending ricin laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, spent the afternoon in a Texarkana court Thursday.

Caddo Schools show improvement

The Office of the Superintendent for the Caddo Parish School System recently released the state of the school report. According to the report, the system has made some major improvements over the last 5 years.

VIDEO: Unemployed TX teacher finds $20,000, returns it

What would you do if you were unemployed and found a bag stuffed with cash? Would you keep it or give it back? Candace Scott found $20,000 in cash.

VIDEO: TX nuns rooting on the Spurs

It all comes down to Thursday night. The San Antonio Spurs take on the Miami Heat in game seven of the NBC Finals. A group of unlikely Spurs fans are calling on a higher power to help them win.

Paralyzed student walks at graduation

It was a moment that left his classmates in shock. In Burke, Virginia,Wednesday, a graduating senior unexpectedly got out of his wheelchair and walked across stage to receive his diploma.

All-female jury to try Zimmerman, trial starts June 24

A jury of six women was chosen Thursday to hear the case of George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer accused of murder in the 2012 killing of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.

Have dinner while helping a little boy

Thursday, June 9, from now until 9pm, McAlister's Deli on 70th Street in Shreveport will be raising money for Tiser Lusk.

Louisiana rapper Lil Snupe killed in Winnfield

A Louisiana-based rapper was shot killed last night in Winnfield, La.

KKK member, accomplice created lethal X-ray system, FBI says

Two New York state men have been charged in a bizarre plan to develop a mobile X-ray system that would be used from afar to silently kill people that they deemed "undesirable," federal officials said.