Community rallies after beloved Tommie, the dog tied to pole and set on fire, dies

A dog that was set on fire at Abner Clay Park on Sunday has died.

  Shooter kills at least 5 at suburban Chicago business

Five people are dead after guman opens fire at Chicago-area business. Five police officers are wounded.
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  Home Depot bomb threat was actually just guy in bathroom joking he was ‘fixin’ to blow it up’

Police did some investigating and learned the "bomb threat" came from a man in a bathroom stall warning others about the severity of his need to use the restroom.


  SUSLA to offer free dental services Saturday

NFL, Colin Kaepernick settle collusion lawsuit

CPCO: Victim identified after wife allegedly shoots, kills him in domestic dispute

Trump tests presidential power, declares emergency at border

Arrest reports claim LSU pledges were beaten, urinated on in hazing rituals

LSU spokesman Ernie Ballard says the allegations involve the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
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  Man who killed mountain lion with bare hands explains how he won ‘wrestling match’

Travis Kauffman, 31, admitted, “There was a point where I was concerned I wasn’t going to make it out.”

  Some businesses won’t take cash, citing efficiency

Gilmer man, Louisiana woman accused in steroids scheme

Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg back at work

Looking to save a little more? Downsize to cut housing costs

  Conservative students receive death threat after ‘Build the Wall’ post

Report: Payless to file for bankruptcy, close all stores

Honda recalls over 400k cars over stalling issue that increases risk of crashes

Man found shot in groin in Cedar Grove

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Guy goes out alone for Valentine’s Day, convinces onlookers he’s been stood up, gets dinner paid for by sympathetic couple

A man posted on Twitter about his plan to see if could get a free dinner if he he looked depressing enough alone at an Outback Steakhouse on Valentine's Day.


ETX woman arrested in connection to 2015 murder

  Texarkana emergency response teams train for hazmat situations

  New Marshall, Texas, city manager meets with residents at reception

Driver airlifted to hospital after car collides with train in Carthage

One driver was injured Tuesday after colliding with a train in Carthage.

  Marshall United: ETX pastors pray to unite community through faith

The event was designed by local pastors to united people from all walks of life across East Texas through faith.


  Untested water: 99.9 percent of foreign fish goes without testing for unsafe drugs

  KSLA Investigates: School cafeteria health inspections

But are school kitchens and cafeteria’s as clean as they look? Wanting to find out, KSLA Investigates looked at inspection reports from the Louisiana Department of Health, covering all the public schools in each parish school district in our viewing area.


  JHS teacher charged with improper relationship with male student

Natchitoches community celebrates the life of Vicky Sanders

Chicago police, Fox dispute reports about Smollett attack

White House releases Trump’s annual health report

  Questions and concerns surround IRS tax refunds

Across the country and here at home some taxpayers continue to be surprised by lower tax refunds than they expected.
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Ex-FBI official McCabe said he worried Russia probe would end after Comey’s firing

After FBI Director James Comey was fired, McCabe says he wanted to "put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground, in an indelible fashion" to ensure that the case couldn't be closed without a record in the event he also was fired.

  William Barr sworn in for 2nd stint as US attorney general

2 pets perish in Allendale house fire

Texarkana emergency response teams train for hazmat situations

Shreveport garbage collection schedule announced for President’s Day week