Custom officers in TX seize nearly $1.4 million dollars in cocaine

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Brownsville and Matamoros International Bridge discovered cocaine valued at approximately $1,372,800 hidden within a Ford Explorer.

Officials announce Independence Bowl name change

Independce Bowl officials announced Thursday the stadium will undergo a name change. The new name comes in an effort to make their game more competitive with other nationwide bowl games and to attract a bigger audience.

Authories find stow-away at Circle K

An alleged burglar might spend the night behind bars after police discovered he spent the night at a local convenience store.

House passes Violence Against Women Act after GOP version defeated

Struggling again with an issue important to women and minority groups, House Republicans on Thursday failed to pass their version of a new Violence Against Women Act and then split over a Senate version that won approval with unanimous Democrat

The high-tech return of high school shop class

You can almost hear the old shop teacher asking - so, how is this going to work?

Former guards accused of smuggling cell phones into Texas prison

How were inmates inside a Texas prison allegedly able to make cell phone calls, plot crimes and acquire drugs?

Marshall ISD names Ted Huffhines as Executive Director of Operations

Marshall ISD Superintendent Dr.

Tip leads to the arrest of wanted robber

Thanks to the help of a tipster, a wanted was caught by authorities Wednesday afternoon. Quincy Young, 30, of Shreveport, was taken into custody, accused of robbing a west Shreveport hotel earlier this week.

Benedict XVI quits Vatican City for last time as pope

Amid pomp and ceremony, Benedict XVI left Vatican City Thursday for the last time as pope, ahead of his historic resignation as leader of the world's Catholics.

Exploring Sci-Port

There probably isn't a single person in the Ark-la-tex that hasn't heard of Shreveport's Sci-Port.