Video: Sheriff found ‘super drunk’ in car in Michigan

The sheriff was found dozing in his vehicle on the side of the road. Allegedly drunk in broad daylight, he asked officers not to arrest him.

Health department investigating Hepatitis A outbreak in Louisiana

Funding government without border wall appears back on table

The Children’s Place recalling infant snowsuits due to choking hazard

East Texas authorities continue investigation into troubled animal shelter

BTW Alumni upset by proposal to rename auditorium

Elderly man dead after candles cause house fire

Continued Coverage

New ban on bump stocks to require owners to return product in 90 days

Interstate closed for repair after 18-wheeler accident

In bipartisan act, Senate passes criminal justice reform bill with overwhelming support

Where is your DNA going? The pros and cons of purchasing DNA kits

Persistent flood victims near Lake Bistineau ask for help

Former Red River Parish administrator charged with theft, fraud

  Bossier City man admits to inappropriately touching girl

The 56-year-old received a 20 year hard labor sentence.

ETX therapeutic ranch seeking donations for scholarship fund

An East Texas organization which provides therapeutic programs for children with physical and cognitive challenges is going through some difficulties of its own. “Runnin' WJ Ranch” is now asking for the community to help keep its services moving forward.

WATCH: ‘Christmas comet’ being shown through telescope livestream

The comet, known as Wirtanen, is passing by Earth this month, the closest it will be for centuries.

Weather or Not: What is the Winter Solstice?

Meteorologist Kalie Pluchel explains what the Winter Solstice is in this week's Weather or Not.

  Actor, director Penny Marshall dies at 75

18 wheeler overturns on NB I-49 ramp at I-20; use alternate route

Toddler plays in traffic, gets rescued by former police officer

Judge agrees to postpone Flynn sentencing

Louisiana lands hundreds of jobs

Trump administration moves to ban bump stocks

  FIRST ALERT: Rain returns Wednesday through Thursday

Our next rain maker will impact the ArkLaTex Wednesday through Thursday.

Intruder allegedly steals from home as dying man watches, wife calls for help

Suzy Alummuttil said she was startled and scared after finding a strange man in her home Dec. 10. The 83-year-old was lying a hospital bed in her living room. Next to her was her husband John, who had just returned home from hospice care.

Fireworks building heavily damaged after fire

Early Tuesday morning, Big Will’s Fireworks, 2601 Hollywood Avenue, erupted into flames sometime before 3:45. According to Skip Pinkston with the Shreveport Fire Department, flames were seen shooting from the building when firefighters arrived.

Baby rescued after father allegedly tries to drown her in MO pond

The father reportedly said he wanted to make things easier on his wife, who was stressed due to the holiday and trying to provide for the family, according to the charging documents.

Major power outage reported in Bossier City

Thousands of residents in Bossier City were without power for several hours early Tuesday morning because a car crashed into a utility pole.

Doctors baffled after 11-year-old girl’s brain tumor disappears

Even after double-checking the girl’s brain scans to confirm the results, doctors could find no trace of her tumor, which they say they can’t explain.

  Salvation Army bell ringer accused of punching customer outside MD Walmart

In light of the accusations of drug use, the Salvation Army says the suspect has been taken off the bell ringing schedule in an effort to protect the public.

Bossier City Council to vote on overtime pay for K-9 handlers

Bossier City is now taking steps to make sure Police and Fire Department K-9 handlers are getting extra money for the care they give the dogs at home.

Police seek suspect in fatal shooting; reward offered

Shreveport police are investigating a shooting that took place December 14 that resulted in the death of 24-year-old Tevin Washington.

Critically missing: SPD seeking whereabouts of woman with Dementia

The Shreveport Police is looking for help finding Irma Brouhton Beard, 66 of Shreveport.

Woman last seen Thanksgiving Day still missing; fiance’s property searched

About 75 people took part in the search of her fiance's property, and a backhoe was used.

ACLU: Transgender boy harassed in school restroom by assistant principal

The school board is fully aware of the Nov. 27 incident at Liberty and has already launched an investigation into the alleged harassment.

Portions of Shreveport ‘shots fired’ case caught on camera

Viral video is quickly making the rounds on social media, showing a weekend 'shots fired' incident unfold in downtown Shreveport.

Comey slams GOP, defends FBI after closed-door questioning

Former FBI Director James Comey slammed Republicans for not speaking out against President Donald Trump's attacks on the FBI.

AL family begging for help after father’s cremated remains stolen

An Alabama family is pleading for help after someone stole their father’s cremated remains.

How social media pitches e-cigarettes to young people

Here’s a look at how the company Juul Labs has advertised its e-cigarettes to young people.

Texas’ Most Wanted sex offender still at large; $8K reward offered

David Dale Booth, 60, has been a fugitive since 2015. He is wanted for parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender.

Texarkana family loses everything in house fire

A house fire took everything from a Texarkana, TX family. Now, they’re wondering what’s next.

Salvation Army’s Angel Tree seek donations for teens

Hundreds of wish lists have already been fulfilled for recipients of this year’s Angel Tree but one group is still in need, teens.

#LogOutFacebook: NAACP calls for Facebook, Instagram boycott Tuesday

The civil rights organization wants Congress to further investigate Facebook and the effort to target black voters.

A judge struck down ‘Obamacare.’ What’s next?

A group of 16 states, including California, and the District of Columbia intervened to defend the Affordable Care Act aka 'Obamacare,' and they announced soon after the ruling they would appeal.

Russian disinformation campaign on social media extensive, ongoing, according to reports

“With at least some of the Russian government’s goals achieved in the face of little diplomatic or other pushback, it appears likely that the United States will continue to face Russian interference for the foreseeable future,” the researchers said.

  Trump meets with team as clock ticks to partial shutdown

Trump said last week he would be "proud" to have a shutdown to get Congress to approve a $5 billion down payment to fulfill his campaign promise to build a border wall. But the president doesn't have the votes from the Republican-controlled Congress to support funding for the wall at that level.

Father of 7-year-old girl who died in border detention center disputes gov’t account

Federal officials initially reported 7-year old Jakelin Caal Maquin spent days crossing desert terrain without food or water when she showed up with her father and a large group of migrant refugees at a desolate New Mexico border checkpoint.The girl’s father disputes that account.

Gunman sought after robbing Circle K overnight

A man dressed in black and armed with a handgun is on the run after he robbed the Circle K on Walker Road, according to Shreveport police.

Man shot three times while driving; suspect sought

Someone shot a man three times as he drove down the road early Monday morning, according to Shreveport police.

Protecting your home from holiday fires

Christmas decorations and holiday dinners usually bring families together around the holidays, but they can also lead to house fires.

Gay couple to meet with Mattel to discuss making same-sex couple dolls

The couple will also be visiting Good Morning America.

FIRST ALERT: Rain could impact last minute shoppers this week

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect 10AM for parts of the ArkLaTex.

Man, 75, who used to play Santa at Wisconsin YMCA accused of child sexual assault

According to a criminal complaint, childcare supervisors told police officers a parent saw the suspect inappropriately kiss a 3-year-old girl on the mouth.

Man lied about kidnapping to get revenge for drug deal gone bad, police say

Police say the alleged victim used the story of the infant's abduction as a way to pursue charges against those he claims robbed him during a reported drug deal.

Another arrest made in nationwide moving company scam

Man wanted in nationwide moving company scam arrested in Panama

First Bossier Church hosts first worship service after devastating fire

First Bossier Church came together to hold their first worship service since last week’s massive fire.

ALERT: Police warn of phony Netflix emails that could steal your information

The email was sent to a police officer who said he isn’t even a user of the popular streaming service.

Silver Alert issued for elderly woman missing from Monroe

Addie Morehouse, 67, has Dementia and Alzheimer's. She was last seen December 14 at her home on LaSalle Street.

Co-founders to continue teaching at school while abuse, fraud allegations are investigated

A scathing New York Times article has prompted several investigations into allegations of physical and mental abuse, as well as falsifying transcripts.

Shreveport welcomes new mayor in two-part celebration

Mayor-elect Adrian Perkins will be officially sworn into his new position Saturday, December 29th. in a two part celebration.

Facebook possibly facing multi-billion dollar fine over security breach

The Irish Data Protection Commission said it has opened an investigation into the social network.

Longview Police: Pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle

According to a Facebook post, on December 15, 2018 at 6:37 p.m. the Longview Police Department responded to an accident with injuries in the 1100 block of W. Marshall Ave.

Grieving parents say priest condemned their son at funeral because he committed suicide

Catholic officials say the priest won’t be preaching at funerals for the foreseeable future and will undergo training on how to become a more effective minister.

Man shot while driving dies from his injuries

Tevin Washington, 24, was shot December 14, while driving in the 900 block of Babylon Street.

5 hospitalized after motorcycle, car collide in Bossier City

One motorcyclist was taken to the hospital with severe injuries.

Dog goes missing after morning walk near Shreveport church; owners frantic

All that Miyana Edwards wants for Christmas is for her “baby” to come home.

Reaching Our Dreams Foundation gives away 230 turkeys in Shreveport

The foundation caters to under-served communities in Baton Rouge and Shreveport as a way to give back to the community.

Local group holds run to benefit children with disabilities

Over 200 volunteers braved cold temperatures to raise money and awareness for disabled children in the ArkLaTex.

Motorcycle groups help 22 kids have “A Christmas to Remember”

Since 2016, motorcycle groups from across the ArkLaTex have sponsored a child in need for Christmas.

School hosts surprise birthday party for girl who lost home in fire

“It feels really good because I’ve never had a birthday like this before."

Bossier Parish Schools to use “Remind Me” app for transportation alerts

Using the “Remind” notification system, parents will be alerted when their child’s bus is running late by more than 15 minutes due to unforeseen events, traffic or poor weather conditions.

Interior secretary Zinke to leave administration by end of year, Trump says

Ryan Zinke , the 52nd Secretary of the Interior, was tapped by Trump in December 2016.

Great weekend weather ahead

Good morning! It's going to be a great weekend to get outside!

Campaigns underway against holiday drunk driving

In the last 5 years in Louisiana more than 7 in 10 fatal crashes during the holidays have involved a drunk driver according to state figures. Efforts are underway to lower that figure.

Holiday and New Year’s garbage collection schedule for Shreveport

As the New Year and holidays come closer, the City of Shreveport has announced changes in the trash collection schedule.

Texas judge dismantles Obamacare, ruling individual mandate unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled that the rest of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, was inextricably linked to the individual mandate, and so the whole law is unconstitutional.

Man found in car shot in head; suspect sought

A man is fighting for his life following a shooting on Friday night.

Man wanted for strangling woman with child nearby

Shon Coleman, 31, wanted for reportedly strangling a woman around the neck.

Nearly 2,000 wreaths placed on veterans' graves

Crews braved the rain and chilly wind, to lay wreaths at the foot of veterans' graves on Friday afternoon.

U.S. Army looking for new recruits to serve our country

Local army reps opened up about recruiting efforts in the region.

SPD ask for help identifying cigar thieves

Do you recognize these 2 women?