Balloon release memorial held for 5-year-old girl killed in crash

Family, friends and first responders held a balloon release for five-year-old Chloe Maines.

Sorority collects “Soles for Souls”

Stores already prepping for Black Friday

Spirit of the Season to be held on Nov. 20

Text 911 available for ArkLaTex Texas counties

Caddo Parish students compete in local ‘Amazing Shake Competition’

A Grieving mother awaits justice in son’s murder

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Caddo DA, others host free soccer clinic this weekend

SPD unit involved in crash, minor injuries reported

Meet the Mayor: Vivian, Louisiana

Texarkana Junior League’s Mistletoe Fair Nov. 15-18

Dining out with Louisiana’s very own ROMEOs

FIRST ALERT: Few showers return this weekend and maybe on Turkey Day

  Marshall Police seeking Training Advisory Board volunteers

The Marshall Police Department is looking for volunteers to help with their Training Advisory Board.

Operation Christmas Child seeking donations

Operation Christmas Child to help spread holiday cheer.

  SPD: Missing man found

Have you seen Bruce Wilson?

Air Force Global Strike Command hosts 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Symposium

Keynote speakers included Brigadier General Wilma Vaught and Lieutenant General Stayce Harris, who both broke barriers for women with their service.

  Les Boutiques de Noel shopping event starts Thursday

Salvation Army opens arms to homeless during freezing weather

Watch out for the top 10 hazardous holiday toys

High-Speed Internet expansion coming to rural areas of North Louisiana

Louisiana man shot, killed just two days into job as pizza delivery driver

National non-profit provides coats for Queensborough Elementary School

ETX authorities warn residents of phone scam

The Harrison County Sheriff's Office is warning residents about a scam that's tricking people into thinking they're them.

Bossier City PD investigating armed robbery

Bossier City Police are on the scene of an armed robbery on Airline Drive.

It’s snowing in the ArkLaTex!

Believe it or not, it's snowing outside.

The Good Stuff: Pray Ball

It is both an eye sore and a sore spot with many who call Shreveport home."Basically, when the last team left here, they just put the gates on here and walked away," says local realtor Shayne Sharkey.

Guiding young boys on the path to college

Guiding young boys on the path to college.

Progress on Lake Street Crossing Arm

Lake Street Crossing Arm

  Mayor Awaits Chief’s Official Retirement Letter

Shreveport Police Chief Alan crump to retire.

Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Shreveport plans to build new playground

The new playground will have equipment for children who use crutches or wheelchairs. Physical therapists plan to use the playground for rehabilitation.

Caddo Schools Superintendent named 2019′s LA Superintendent of the Year

Caddo Parish Schools Superintendent T. Lamar Goree was named as 2019's Louisiana Superintendent of the Year.

Flooding reported in the ArkLaTex

Reports of flooding in the ArkLaTex have been spotted throughout the ArkLaTex following heavy rains on Monday, Nov. 12.

School closure announced on Nov. 12

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

Group hosts prayer vigil to honor homicide victims

As many as 50 people came out to a prayer vigil to show Shreveport that there is more love than hate in the city.

ArkLaTex legend passes away on Veteran’s Day weekend

The ArkLaTex community is mourning the death of a well-known local Marine veteran.

KSLA Overtime: Nov. 9 scores

Catch all the scores and highlights right after a brief roundup of the latest headlines and a look at the forecast at 10 p.m.

Diocese of Shreveport: No sexual abuse allegations since inception

"To the victims and survivors, my heart and prayerful support go out to you that you may know God’s healing and compassion."

Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Pageant 2019

Contestants Sought for Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Pageant

Randy Sams’ Outreach Center gets new leader

A new director is now on board for a Texarkana homeless shelter.

Maranda at Work: State Fair Concessioner

The State Fair of Louisiana is a place where people come to enjoy the rides, the shows — and most importantly the food.

Parts of the ArkLaTex prepare for freeze, officials urge caution

The northern portion of the ArkLaTex is under a freeze warning overnight and this has officials warning residents to take special caution in staying safe in their homes and on the roadways.

KSLA SALUTES: Air Force veteran honored 50 years after his heroic efforts in the skies over Vietnam

An Air Force veteran honored 50 years after his heroic efforts in the skies over Vietnam helped save thousands of lives.

OBVAMC Celebrates Veterans Day

Community members joined hospital staff and community members to honor our nation's veterans, especially those here in the ArkLaTex.

Comedy show comes to Shreveport, local creator speaks out

Looking for a place to get your laugh on this weekend?

Bossier City offices closed Monday, Nov. 12

All city offices, including City Council and City Court will be closed in observance of Veterans Day on Sunday.

Fundraiser held for Christmas With a Cop ’18

Texarkana Arkansas and Texas police officers did away with the state line today as the group teamed with a local restaurant to help children in need this upcoming holiday season.

Local mayor embroiled in controversy in new lawsuit

Nestled in Natchitoches Parish, near the intersection of Highways 84 and 71, you’ll find Clarence. A quaint village of about 500 people. But, according to residents, this sleepy village has a big problem: Tommy Evans, the mayor.

Suspects wanted for killing pizza delivery driver

The Shreveport Police are in need of the public’s help to identify two suspects that are allegedly responsible for the murder of 28-year-old Lester McGee, a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver.

Shreveport startup using olive oil to treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Nearly 6 million Americans wake up each day and forget who or where they are.Those people have Alzheimer’s and battle the simple things most of us take for granted according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

SPD searching for missing 13-year-old

A mother has reported her 13-year-old son missing, and the Shreveport Police Department is asking the public's help in bringing him home.

Shreveport Regional Arts Council kicking off local shopping event in downtown

If you are looking for Christmas gifts to give to loved ones — the Shreveport Regional Arts Council has an event just for you.

FUMC Bossier City hosting free flu clinic

The First United Methodist Church of Bossier City will host a free flu clinic on Wednesday, Nov. 7.

SPD searching for runaway teen

Shreveport police are searching for a missing 16-year-old, and are asking the public to help find her.

State Fair of Louisiana open on Election Day

Cast your vote, then go ride some rides.

Shreveport police searching for missing man

Travis Hodges, 39, was reported missing on Nov. 4 by family members.

Shreveport police make arrest in connection to 2012 cold case

DNA left at the scene of an attempted burglary has connected one man to a years old case.

iShuttle offering free rides to the polls for seniors

The company is offering free rides to seniors 65 and up to the polls. They will come and pick seniors up at their homes and bring them to the polls and back home for free.

The Good Stuff: Finding Common Ground

Common Ground has been serving meals and providing groceries, clothing and youth and adult ministries for the past 30 years. The program started by Grace Community United Methodist Church of Shreveport now is supported by various churches and organizations from throughout the city.

SFD firefighters extinguish fire at Highland home

Crews with Shreveport Fire Department have extinguished a fire at a home on Saturday afternoon.

SPD jailer charged following investigation

A Shreveport Police Department jailer finds himself on the wrong side of the bars on Saturday.

Kid robotic geniuses compete in Northwest Louisiana

Students from grades 2nd to 12th are geared up and ready for the Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit in Bossier City.

Living Legend Gala will honor Shreveport civil rights pioneer Dr. C.O. Simpkins

A gala will recognize civil rights pioneer Doctor C.O. Simpkins.

Future of Caddo Parish parks left to voters

The future of Caddo Parish public facilities and recreation is uncertain. Voters will decide on election day whether or not to renew a .83 millage, or tax, which funds 98 percent of Caddo’s parks and its operations.

Louisiana Rodeo Cowboy Association hosts special kids rodeo Friday

The State Fair of Louisiana and the Louisiana Rodeo Cowboy Association partnered up with the Bossier Parish School Board to host their first ever special kids rodeo.

Two Air Force colonels prove love conquers all

A joint service couple proving love conquers all when you live a life of service.

KSLA Salutes: Hero of the Day

Join us weekdays at 6 p.m. and weekends at 10 p.m. for our Hero of the Day Salute. And nominate your hero here.

Ex-partner of Rondreiz Phillips’ mother recalls day the child disappeared

A former boyfriend of Sheila Phillips, mother of Rondreiz “Junior” Phillips, wants to set the record straight about what happened the day the 4-year-old disappeared from outside his home in Claiborne Parish.

Grieving families speak, demand results from TTPD

Family members of two separate homicide victims and a missing person of ten years came together to express their concerns on Wednesday.

LRCA Rodeo Finals begin Thursday night at LA State Fair

The Louisiana Rodeo Cowboys Association is hosting their rodeo finals Thursday November 1 through Saturday November 3 at the Hirsch Coliseum.

New haunted house looks to start revitalizing Shreveport’s Texas Avenue

While Shreveport's Texas Avenue isn’t the place Ed Hughens remembers as a child, he’s looking to bring life back to the street - starting with a haunted house.

Business brings its oddities to downtown Shreveport

Halloween was perfect timing for the grand opening of a new business that has set up shop in downtown Shreveport.

The Missing Link is latest downtown restaurant to plan sidewalk patio

Blue tape marks off where The Missing Link plans to put a patio to seat about 20 people and feature a stone wall, metal tabletops and lots of greenery and plants.

Military mom treats daughters to a homecoming on Halloween

Our cameras were rolling as U.S. Army Reserves 1st Lt. Erica Jones, home from a 10-month deployment in Iraq, surprised her two young daughters at their schools Wednesday morning.

Caddo Sheriff’s Office shares Halloween safety tips; avoid registered sex offenders in your area

Beware of registered sex offenders in your area.

Boil advisory lifted for N. Bossier subdivision

The City of Bossier City has lifted the boil advisory for the Old North Bossier Subdivision on Wednesday morning.

SCSO seeks man with multiple warrants

Juan Tremaine Tutt is wanted on multiple active warrants including endangering a child and deadly conduct.

Groundwork being laid for this year’s Red River Cleanup

For the ninth consecutive year, an army of volunteers will come together Saturday to collect as much as 20,000 pounds of trash from in and around Red River. There's a free lunch in it for those who help.

Someone takes great white pumpkin “in the dead of the night”

The pumpkin was given a spot on a special pallet in front of Thomas the Train, waiting to be sold and go to a special child’s home. It became a popular picture spot for the kids.

Tips to preserve your Jack-o’-lantern

Here are a few tips to preserve your jack-o'-lantern.

The Good Stuff: Giving it to Faith

With little more than hope left in the pews, a Shreveport church saves its legacy by giving everything it owns to a neighboring sanctuary.