A Shreveport pastor has been found guilty on all counts in his federal trial on child sex charges.
Andrea Lewis of Act on Faith Church was charged with 3 counts of coercion or enticement of a minor female, accused of having sexual contact with girls in his church choir during trips out of state.
Northwestern State University has become the latest institute of higher learning in Northwest Louisiana to announce plans to go tobacco-free on campus.
The new policy will become effective August 1, and will prohibit tobacco use on all Northwestern State campuses.
The first of the 120 Louisiana State Police officers helping with the NBA All-Star game began patrols Thursday. The force will be in town through the weekend to help with the 50,000 visitors expected to grace the Crescent City.
|Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., argues against President Obama’s push for universal pre-K, saying education is an issue best left to the states.
|President Obama again stresses the need to expand opportunity and upward mobility in his weekly address.
A Shreveport man is facing several charges, accused of contacting who he thought was a 13-year-old girl online.
According to Louisiana State Police, investigators served an arrest and search warrant Thursday at the home of 46-year-old Joseph Kipp Girdner, seizing "electronic devices" for forensic analysis.
|President Obama emphasizes job training, education, and fair wages as part of his agenda to expand economic opportunity.
|President Obama says job-training programs should be focused on successfully placing people in job openings, rather than just equipping them with skills that could languish.
|During a visit to U.S. Steel’s Irvin Plant in West Mifflin, Penn., President Obama signed an executive order to create a new retirement account option called “MyRA.
|Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, said opponents of state Sen. Wendy Davis are trying to “exaggerate” discrepancies in her biographical account.