Mayor Awaits Chief’s Official Retirement Letter

Shreveport Police Chief Alan crump to retire.
  Neighbors describe their part in hours-long weekend standoff of accused killer
  Community protests Colorado man’s Nazi flag
TSA confiscated 300 loaded guns at airport security last month


  Local dental office collecting candy for troops
Shreveport Bossier Family Dental Care in Bossier City is collecting Halloween candy for Barksdale airmen and women who are stationed overseas.
Why you should avoid the Secret Sister Gift Exchange on social media
The Secret Sister Gift Exchange is a popular scheme making its way around social media, but the Better Business Bureau warns to steer clear of this "illegal scam."
FIRST ALERT: Cold blast brings in first area wide freeze
The first area wide freeze will be possible Tuesday night or Wednesday night.

  School closure announced on Nov. 12

An East Texas school district has announced that classes have been canceled as rains roll over the ArkLaTex.

Man accused of choking, biting foot of juvenile

Baton Rouge police arrested a man accused of physically attacking a 16-year-old girl on Sunday, according to a probable cause affidavit obtained by WAFB.
Group hosts prayer vigil to honor homicide victims
ArkLaTex legend passes away on Veteran’s Day weekend
DeRidder man says he set house on fire because it had mold


Longview crews contain fire of ‘unoccupied’ structure
  Parts of the ArkLaTex prepare for freeze, officials urge caution

Marshall, TX, police seek help identifying two suspects

Marshall, Texas, police and Marshall/Harrison County Crime Stoppers are asking for your help identifying these two men.

  East Texas jewelry store burglarized

Someone burglarized a Marshall, Texas, jewelry story. Now authorities are sharing surveillance camera video in hopes you can help them identify who is responsible.


  Nuclear fallout: $15.5 billion in compensation and counting

  Local mayor embroiled in controversy in new lawsuit

KSLA Investigates tragic hit-and-run

Watching Your Wallet: Company offering to help lower student debt under investigation

A company offering to help people reduce their student loan debt is now under investigation. One St. Louis woman says her debt actually increased after trying to work with the company.