False alarm on possible active shooter at BAFB

Someone on base saw what they thought was someone else with a weapon and did the right thing by reporting it to Security Forces.

Search for killer underway in Bossier City

A normally quiet neighborhood becomes the site of a deadly shooting early on this Tuesday morning in Bossier City.

SPD: Alleged gunman turns himself in

A man wanted in connection to Monday’s fatal shooting in the Agurs neighborhood has turned himself in to authorities.

LA AG files lawsuit against Red River Waterway Commission, Gov’s office issues response

On Tuesday, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has filed a lawsuit against the Red River Waterway Commission.

FIRST ALERT: Cold front brings in rain and first taste of fall

A cold front will bring in showers and storms on Wednesday and cooler and drier air on Thursday.

BCPD confirms fatal shooting in Green Acres Place

A large police presence is in Bossier City’s Greenacres Place subdivision on Tuesday morning.

Councilman pushes to move Lake Street project forward

The push to reopen part of Lake Street in downtown Shreveport could get some help.Councilman Jeff Everson is introducing an ordinance this week in hopes of getting the project back on track.

VA hospital to hold mental health summit at museum

The emphasis will be suicide prevention, transitional care management and homelessness. But information about other topics also will be available.

Louisiana governor discusses LSU-Ochsner deal

While in Shreveport to celebrate the beginning of the public-private partnership between L.S.U. Health and Oschner Health System, Governor John Bel Edwards sat down with KSLA’s Christian Piekos for a wide ranging conversation.

Homeowners rejoice as ‘fix’ for duplication of benefits gains momentum

Louisiana residents with 2016 flooding damage who took a survey expressing interest in the state’s homeowner aid program have only days remaining to complete applications for assistance.

Male robs Chevron at gunpoint

Suspect wanted by police for robbing a gas station in Shreveport.

LANE CLOSURES: I-49 northbound and southbound

Parts of I-49 northbound and southbound closed in DeSoto Parish.

Trailer, ATV stolen from outside residence near Haughton

Someone stole a trailer and an all-terrain vehicle from a driveway in Haughton. Now Bossier Parish authorities are asking anyone with any information about the theft to step forward.

Weather or Not: What you need to know about Flash Flooding

In this week's Weather or Not, Meteorologist Kalie Pluchel breaks down what you need to know about flash flooding.

Man accused of sexually assaulting 10-year-old girl

A Caddo Parish man allegedly touched a 10-year-old in a sexual manner earlier this month. And subsequent investigation shows similar assaults have occurred on more than one occasion, authorities say.

Minden man dies when train strikes pickup stopped on railroad tracks

A Webster Parish man died when a train struck a pickup that was stopped on railroad tracks.

Audit: Fire district may have violated state laws

Louisiana legislative auditors said the Natchitoches Parish Fire Protection District No. 1 may have violated state laws by paying a construction company thousands of dollars to renovate a fire station and by paying family members to cut grass on district property.

Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family

A Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico in April 2017 is now back home with her family, attorneys say.

Registration deadline approaches for National Night Out

Authorities in Bossier City said the deadline to register a National Night Out event with the city is Friday, September 28th, several days before the nationwide event.

Man accused of using vehicle to smash into business to get to ATM

The Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested a man for using a stolen vehicle to smash the front of a business before trying to remove an ATM, according to a news release.

Louisiana man creates new hospital tool for nurses

There are many tools in the medical field that help doctors and patients and now, a new tool shows promise to help nurses.

Teen charged for stealing car, leading deputies on chase

Authorities in Natchitoches Parish arrested a 16-year old on multiple charges following a high-speed chase Sunday morning that ended when the suspect ran off the road.

Junior League to host its 10th annual Super Safety Saturday

Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier will hold its 10th annual Super Safety Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 29 at Sheriff’s Safety Town, 8910 Jewella Ave. in Shreveport.

Shreveport filmmakers hit PTSD in new movie

One of the hardest battles for combat-hardened servicemen and -women often is fought thousands of miles from the battlefield, a Shreveport filmmaker says.

2 wounded when someone gets out of car, starts shooting at house

Shreveport police are investigating a shooting in the 2600 block of Murray Street that sent two men to the hospital with gunshot wounds.

NOPD: Multi-vehicle crash on I-10 injures 11 people

17 vehicles were involved in the crash.

Man found walking in road; authorities seek help identifying him

Do you recognize this man? Three times in two days he's been seen walking along a highway. And the third time, he was in the middle of the road.

Southwest Arkansas man accused of killing his wife

A Southwest Arkansas woman is dead and her husband is accused of killing her.

Federal officials unveil plans for four-mile, 18-foot-tall wall on Texas-Mexico border

The El Paso "wall" — a steel bollard fence — is a reminder that the White House is doing what it can to make good on one of President Trump’s signature campaign promises.

Louisiana Film Prize announces 2018’s judges, panels

The Louisiana Film Prize is only two weeks away — and organizers have announced this year's judges and filmmaker panels.

LA State Police IDs woman killed in morning wreck

Two young women are recovering following a wreck that took the life of one woman on Saturday morning.

  Community gets inside look at Shreveport Police Department

On Saturday, dozens of community members found out first hand, when the Shreveport Police Department opened its doors for an open house at the training center on Greenwood Road.

Rains cause rising water on roadways in Shreveport, rescue performed

As rains continue, drivers are urged to use caution as water rises on some roads.

$450 million da Vinci painting rediscovered in Baton Rouge

Fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo da Vinci have survived to this day. More than a century has passed since the last time one was rediscovered.

KSLA Salutes: 2nd Bomb Wing Commander Col. Michael Miller

Rarely has there been a time when Colonel Michael Miller hasn't had his eyes on the sky.

Juvenile shot, takes self to hospital

A juvenile is in the hospital this morning after being shot Friday night in Shreveport.

City of Shreveport working with homeowner in sewer line repair

A Shreveport man who came home from work this to find his backyard turned upside down now will receive help from the city.

Wiley College, MPD investigating sexual assault allegation

After an allegation of a sexual assault arose last weekend, both the Marshall Police Department and Wiley College are investigating.

FIRST ALERT: Flash Flood Watch issued for portions of the ArkLaTex

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH has been issued for portions of the ArkLaTex.

2 pedestrians injured, sent to hospital for injuries

Two people are recovering following two separate incidents that sent them to the hospital on Friday.

FIRST ALERT: Rain could dampen your weekend plans

Heavy rain will be possible this weekend