High speed chase leads to the arrest of two soldiers

A high speed chase leads to the arrest of two Fort Polk Soldiers in Vernon Parish. On Friday at 12:40 p.m. a Trooper from Troop E was in a high speed chase after trying to stop two separate motorcycles for speeding.

Man is found face down in a truck load of red chili peppers

Take a look at this photo. This is a truck load of red chili peppers, but inside U.S. Customs Officials got a big surprise. The found a man lying face down in the peppers trying to sneak into the United States.

Tokyo will host Olympic Games in 2020

UPDATE: Tokyo has been chosen by the International Olympic Committee to host the 2020 Summer Games. During its vote Saturday in Buenos Aires, the committee made its choice over the two other contenders, Madrid and Istanbul.

Smith & Wesson shares fall as gun 'frenzy' wanes

Smith & Wesson shares fell on Friday, a day after the gunmaker reported strong sales and earnings but a disappointing outlook, as the nationwide fever for firearms begins to wane.

The high cost of being a football fan

Football season is here, and many stadium goers are breaking out the face paint. But between paying for tickets, parking and grabbing a couple of cold ones, the cost of actually going to a game has gotten much too pricey for many fans.

IRS spent $10,000 on 'Apprentice' video

The Internal Revenue Service released a new parody video to Congress on Friday, this time in the styling of Donald Trump's "The Apprentice."

Boston Marathon adds 9,000 runners

The Boston Athletic Association is providing an additional 9,000 spots in the 2014 Boston Marathon to accommodate runners who were unable to finish last year's race because of the terror attack bombings.

Iran may be planning to retaliate if U.S. strikes Syria, official says

The United States has obtained intelligence indicating that Iran "may be planning" a retaliatory strike against the American Embassy in Baghdad if the United States launches a military strike against Syria, a senior U.S.

White nationalists aim to take over tiny North Dakota town

The words "welcome to Leith" are etched on two wooden boards, nailed to a pair of poles stuck in the grassy North Dakota prairie.

Obama faces steep climb in House on Syria

Even if the Senate backs President Barack Obama's call for military action against Syria, a wall of outright opposition or skepticism from Democrats and Republicans in the House makes approval there very difficult.