Officer walks after retrial for Katrina killing of Henry Glover

A federal jury finds David Warren not guilty of violating Henry Glover's civil rights after he admitted to shooting and killing Glover after Hurricane Katrina.

Police: Teens break into mansion, party; stuffed leopard among $1M in Loot

Teens call them ghost parties: gatherings organized on a whim -- at a house that's often not the host's.

Texas teen Ethan Couch gets 10 years' probation for driving drunk, killing 4

To the families of the victims, Ethan Couch was a killer on the road, a drunken teenage driver who caused a crash that left four people dead.

New York City requires flu vaccine for children in city preschools and day cares

The New York City Board of Health unanimously approved a mandate Wednesday requiring all children under 5 enrolled in city-licensed preschools and day cares to receive the flu vaccine.

Local agency surviving after $600,000 loss of funding

Over the last two years grants and funding for Family Services of Greater Baton Rouge have been slashed by $600,000 over the last two years.

Ridge Pecan residents in shock after early morning shooting

One man is dead and another is hospitalized tonight after a shooting on Ridge Pecan early this morning. "Pop, pop, pop, pop!" That's the sound Randi Fischer woke up to this morning.

Louisiana teen sentenced for wrestling-style killing of sister

A 13-year-old Louisiana boy has been sentenced to three years in a secure juvenile facility for killing his 5-year-old half-sister by performing pro-style wrestling moves on her, a court spokeswoman told CNN Wednesday.

Pope Francis named Time Person of the Year 2013

Time named Pope Francis its person of the year Wednesday after nine months of a papacy that has brought accolades from reformers, raised fears among conservatives, and drawn widespread adulation from people around the world for his man-of-the-p

Accused 'revenge porn' operator says he's done nothing illegal

A California man accused of running a "revenge porn" website told CNN affiliate KFMB that he hasn't done anything criminal, but that he understands why people are upset and is done with the business.

FDA hopes to curb antibiotic use on farms

The Food and Drug Administration Wednesday will announce a plan aimed at phasing out the use of certain antibiotics in food-producing animals, saying it contributes to "the development of antimicrobial resistance."