BREAKING: Georgia firefighters being held hostage by gunman

A barricaded gunman is holding five Gwinnett County, Georgia, firefighters hostage in suburban Atlanta, a Atlanta police spokesman said.

Police looking for Craig's List Bandit

Authorities are seeking the assistance of the public to help capture a suspect accused of defrauding multiple victims via a popular web based shopping site.

Calumet in EPA hearings

Velma White along with her community has something to celebrate tonight. She received a call last night from the Environmental Protection Agency to let her know that they were conducting hearings with Calumet Refineries.

Arkansas investigates dentist who may have infected hundreds

The Arkansas Department of Health says it has begun contacting about 100 patients -- ages ranging from 14 to 22 -- treated by Dr. William Jarrod Stewart at six dental clinics around the state between November 20, 2011, and February 20, 2012.

'Gunman' holding 5 firefighters hostage in suburban Atlanta, GA

UPDATE 4:57pm:  One of five firefighters being held hostage in Suwanee, Georgia, has been released, Gwinnett County Fire spokesman Capt. Thomas Rutledge said.

Conviction affirmed

Rick Seaton, the former assistant chief administrative officer under Mayor Cedric Glover conviction for raping an 18 year old high school student from Georgia was affirmed today by the states 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.

Homeless man arrested on drug charges while playing video poker

Houma police have arrested a homeless man on multiple charges after he punched an officer while attempting to evade a drug-related arrest.

Bossier PD advise alternate driving routes due to Thursday night concert

Due to a heavy amount of  traffic expected at tomorrow night’s Miranda Lambert/Dierks Bentley concert at the CenturyLink Center, the Bossier City Police Department is advising motorists to plan accordingly to help minimize traffic co

USPS delivery change delayed

On Wednesday, the U.S. Postal Service said it will delay its plan to eliminate Saturday mail delivery, saying "restrictive language" in Congress' temporary government funding resolution prohibits the new schedule.