12-year-old fighting for his life in Shreveport shooting

UPDATED: One person is in police custody and a child is fighting for his life following a shooting in east Shreveport Tuesday night.

Suspect caught hiding crack in his rear end

Officers with the Eunice Police Department made a surprise discovery while booking a repeat offender in jail. During the required strip search, they noticed that the suspect attempted to hide a bag of drugs in his posterior.

Shreveport man accused of defrauding elderly in area

A Shreveport man is in police custody for allegedly defrauding elderly citizens in the area.

All 2012 LA Constitutional Amendments passed: What does that mean to me?

Along with casting their vote for president, mayor, and other public offices in Baton Rouge, all Louisiana voters were given nine amendments to the Louisiana State Constitution. All, but one, passed.

Caddo Parish man accused of hurting 3 young children

Caddo Parish deputies are searching for a man who allegedly hurt three of his friend's young children.

Mom afraid hospital budget cuts could kill her daughter

Kathy Edmonston's 30-year old son Zachry has Down syndrome. To help take care of him, she's getting assistance from both the federal and state governments. That has allowed Zach to live relatively independently.

14-year-old bicyclist dies after being hit by intoxicated driver

A 14-year-old boy who was hit by a car while riding his bike died yesterday as a result of his injuries. The driver who hit him was arrested for DWI and could now face additional charges.

Dow Jones drops 300 points following election

A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

Marijuana legalization passes in Colorado, Washington

Voters in Washington and Colorado passed ballot initiatives Tuesday to legalize marijuana for recreational use, the biggest victory ever for the legalization movement.

GOP retains grip on House

Republicans kept a lock on the U.S. House of Representatives in Tuesday's voting, a crucial victory after the party failed to wrest away the presidency from Barack Obama or the Senate from the Democrats.