(WAFF) - Former Madison County sheriff's deputy heading to court
Justin Watson is set to go in front of a judge in federal court today and face charges of civil rights violations and obstruction of justice. The charges stem from an illegal traffic stop in August 2012. Watson's arraignment was originally set for earlier this week, but the judge granted Watson's request for a brief delay. We'll have a crew in the courtroom and will continually bring you updates on Watson's arraignment as they come in.
Alleged gunman in Shreveport police officer shooting captured
The suspected gunman in the shooting death of a Shreveport, Louisiana, police officer has been captured. 27-year-old Grover Cannon was captured Thursday afternoon. Cannon had been on the run since the shooting death of officer Thomas LaValley on Wednesday night. Cannon will be booked into jail on three separate charges; first degree murder, attempted second degree murder and domestic battery.
GOP debate brings in viewers...and a few laughs
Donald Trump and nine of his closest competitors faced off in the first of many debates for the upcoming 2016 election. Trump stayed true to himself, maintaining his blunt style was in line with the approach he's taken to his campaign throughout the summer, appealing to voters frustrated with career politicians and perplexing his rivals. Trump's demeanor was criticized by Jeb Bush, calling his rhetoric "over-the-top." Check out how Trump, Bush and the other candidates performed in last night's debate.