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After months of praying and waiting, an ArkLaTex family is breathing a sigh of relief and planning a homecoming celebration.
Zack Wilson has been detained in Guatemala since March.
That's when hunting ammunition was found in the Caddo Parish resident's bag at the airport as tried to return from a mission trip.Zack Wilson has been detained in Guatemala since March.
After a long, difficult process a local family finally hears the news they've been waiting for. Zach Wilson, the Keithville man detained in Guatemala will be returning home soon.
Zack Wilson, a Keithville man detained in Guatemala since March, soon will return home to Louisiana, his family and friends learned Monday afternoon.
Wilson called his wife, Lisa, to tell her he learned at a court hearing Monday that he'll be released from detention in a month or less.
The family of a Keithville man who found himself locked up while on a mission trip in Guatemala may be reunited with him soon.
In a video posted to Facebook, Zack Wilson was heard telling his two boys that he will be returning to the United States.
"The judge charged Zack with a 2 years sentence but by the grace of God he suspended the sentence," the post read.
How Congress recently handled disaster relief shows why things need to change. Louisiana’s U.S. senators didn't distinguish themselves in the process.
A Shreveport woman's dedication to helping children is earning her recognition in the nation's capital. On Tuesday, Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana, along with the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, recognized K.C.
The Bossier Parish School Board came out of executive session Thursday night and voted to stand behind student prayer at graduation ceremonies.
The issue was pushed to a vote when a national nonprofit demanded that the School District stop the praying, calling it a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
n July, officials announced that the Barksdale Air Show will not be held in 2018 — several Louisiana legislators hope they'll change their minds.
The Regional Training Institute at Camp Minden has at least one advocate in Washington D.C., Fourth Congressional District Congressman Mike Johnson, R, said phase two of the four-phase project is on the top of his radar.