Shreveport Police get indictments in 2009 murder case
Jailed evangelist Tony Alamo has filed a motion to vacate his 175-year prison sentence for sex crimes.
The American Red Cross NWLA Chapter headed to Homer to help in aftermath of storm cleanup
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A defense attorney says a man accused of killing three people near Auburn University over the weekend has turned himself in. Attorney Susan James says in a phone interview that Desmonte Leonard was taken into custody on Tuesday. Her comments confirm an earlier report by a law enforcement official who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
Caddo investigators say they've cracked a 2009 cold case wide open with two murder indictments. We'll reveal the latest developments on the Shannon Golston murder case.
Jailed evangelist Tony Alamo has filed a motion to vacate his 175-year prison sentence for sex crimes. Alamo argues that his trial lawyers made serious errors and that his appellate attorney inadequately handled his case. In 2009, a jury convicted Alamo of five counts of taking minors across state lines for sex. The 77-year-old evangelist is serving his sentence at a federal lockup in Marion, Ill.
Some homeowners are cleaning up from overnight storms. We'll have a wrap up of storm coverage and the latest on Red Cross efforts to help with supplies.