Bill banning sex offenders from social media sites expected to become law soon

Baton Rouge, La — A bill seeking to ban sex offenders, once again, from social media sites is expected to be signed into law soon by Governor Jindal.

Two Lafayette 'head' shops raided for selling illegal synthetic drugs

LAFAYETTE, LA (FOX44) — Two local stores were raided by the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics division this morning. They’re accused of selling illegal synthetic drugs.

Update: Authorities find Shreveport man in Mississippi

Authorities tell KMSS Luther Moore was found in Mississippi. Officials say Moore was unaware of his location.

One arrested in fatal morning shooting

Shreveport Police Detectives have made an arrest in an early morning shooting that has left one man dead and another man suffering serious injuries.

Bossier Comunity College claims mission at risk due to budget cuts

Louisiana’s workforce development mission, principally delivered in the state’s community and technical colleges, is at risk in the current version of House Bill 1, according to college officials.

Autopsy results on 'Swamp People' star Mitchell Guist expected soon

ASSUMPTION PARISH, LA — Autopsy results on Mitchell Guist, a star of the reality TV show "Swamp People," should be ready Wednesday. A cause of death has not yet been determined.

1 dead, another injured in Shreveport parking lot shooting

Officials tell KMSS one person is dead after an early morning shooting in Shreveport. It happened at around 3 a.m. at the La Tierra Apartments on the 6100 block of Tierra near Pines Road.

Female gun ownership soaring

Target practice isn't just for the guys anymore. A recent Gallup poll showed the number of women with a gun in their home or on their property has increased to 43 percent, a record high.

Jail time could be coming for illegal abortions

BATON ROUGE,LA  — There's no clear penalty currently.

New Orleans Hornets to continue receiving tax incentives

BATON ROUGE --- At the Capitol today, the Senate sent a tax break bill to the Governor's desk that will save the New Orleans Hornets $37 million over the next 10 years.