Shreveport Man Admits to Stealing $30,000 from ATM
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — A Shreveport man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $30,000 from an ATM located on bank property in Minden.
New Orleans Police Interview New Person of Interest in Bourbon Street Shooting
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Police in New Orleans have interviewed another "person of interest" caught on video at the scene of last weekend's deadly shooting on Bourbon Street.
Gov. Rick Perry Testifies on Child Immigration Crisis
MCALLEN, Texas (AP) — Gov. Rick Perry has testified at a U.S. House Homeland Security Committee hearing in South Texas that in addition to the humanitarian crisis created by a flood of unaccompanied child immigrants, there is a crisis involving border security.
Romney Insists He Won’t Run for President in 2016
STRATHAM, N.H. (AP) — Mitt Romney is insisting that he won't pursue a third White House bid.
New Orleans Authorities Identify Bourbon Street Shooting Victim
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans authorities have released the name of the 21-year-old woman who died Wednesday after being shot on Bourbon Street over the weekend.
Supreme Court: Hobby Lobby Doesn’t Have to Cover Cost of Birth Control for Female Employee…
WASHINGTON (AP) — A closely-watched Supreme Court case has ended in a victory for the owners of Hobby Lobby, a chain of arts-and-crafts stores.
Dallas Police Shoot and Kill Man Firing Weapon on Residential Street
DALLAS (AP) — Police say officers have shot and killed a 33-year-old man who was firing a gun as he walked down a Dallas street and later pointed it at neighbors.
Hope Solo Apologizes for Domestic Violence Incident
(Associated Press) U.S. women's goalkeeper Hope Solo has apologized to her fans via social media following her arrest for domestic violence last weekend.
Business Booms for Tea Party Groups Even as Campaigns Fail
WASHINGTON (AP) — Tea party groups have failed again and again this year to win expensive, high-profile Senate races in Kentucky, Oklahoma, Mississippi and elsewhere.
Gov. Jindal: Summer Testing Scores Won’t Be Delayed
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration says there shouldn't be delays in scoring standardized tests taken by some public school fourth-graders and eighth-graders this summer.