Deputy Wounded In Ambush To Rehab In TexasA sheriff's deputy who was critically wounded in a shootout that killed three other Baton Rouge, Louisiana, law-enforcement officers in the summer was transferred Wednesday to a rehabilitation hospital in Texas.
Who Let The Cows Out? Herd Hustles Down Highway After CrashA roadway was shut down as authorities tried to wrangled cows that had escaped from a trailer following a crash in Louisiana.
North Texans Rally To Help Flood Ravaged Louisiana TownA small flood ravaged Louisiana town will receive some much needed relief this weekend, thanks to some dedicated North Texans.
LSU's Tiger Mascot 'Mike' Will Not Take The Field This SeasonDiagnosed with cancer, LSU's live tiger mascot, Mike VI, won't take the field during home football games this season but will remain in his habitat instead.
More Disaster Recovery Centers Opening In South LouisianaThe Federal Emergency Management Agency is opening additional disaster recovery centers in the Baton Rouge area.
Dogs Saved From Louisiana Floods Available For AdoptionSome of the dogs brought to Dallas from flood ravaged Louisiana are now up for adoption.
Back In Washington, Obama's Vacation Glow May Fade QuicklyHis post-vacation glow may fade sooner than expected. Obama gets back on the road Tuesday to comfort residents of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a city hard-hit in recent weeks by natural and man-made tragedies.
Power Being Restored Throughout South LouisianaCrews with Entergy-Louisiana from four states are walking through neighborhoods across south Louisiana, inspecting electrical equipment and working to re-energize lines where it is safe to do so.
Evacuation Urged In South Louisiana CommunityAuthorities in a community in southern Louisiana are calling for residents to evacuate amid rising waters there.
51 Dogs Arrive In Dallas From Flood-Ravaged Baton RougeThe dogs will be checked out by veterinarians then put up for adoption in Dallas.
Louisiana Flooding May Get Worse Before It Gets Better The historic flooding since Friday is responsible for at least seven deaths, and more than 11,000 people are homeless. Thousands of homes are damaged. With flood waters on the move, it may get worse before it gets better.
'Wire' Actor Wendell Pierce Loses Baton Rouge Home"The Wire" and "Treme" actor Wendell Pierce's home was destroyed by flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11 years after his childhood home was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.