KSLA News 12 has free news & weather apps for iPhone and Android devices.
Stay up-to-date with the best local news, weather and sports in the ArkLaTex, right on your smart phone, iPad or tablet!
Breaking news alerts
Live, local news headlines and stories
Live, interactive radar
See It, Snap It, Send It
And so much more!
Our app is your app Our app features more news content, more video and a display that can be tailored to your preferences.
When you download it, be sure to enable push alerts to get the most important breaking news stories sent to your phone.
More news, easier sharing The news app features dozens of frequently updated news stories and videos that are tailored to the way you like to read and share news on your phone or tablet.
Click on one of the stories and you will easily be able to share a story you like via email, Facebook and Twitter, or even save it to your favorites to read later.
Our "More" section offers even more Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas news, along with sports sections that change out with each new season. Plus, you really don't want to miss the stories in our 'Don't Miss' section!
Plus, our Weather section has been streamlined for easy use. Inside, you can get the forecast for the next 10 days in just one, click along with radar images from the KSLA StormTracker 12 Weather team.
Now with video! If you love video, the new KSLA News 12 app has a lot to love. Inside the section, we have our latest news, weather and sports video from ksla.com.
You report! If you see news, send it in using our new My Report feature. Just snap your photo or video and send it in under the contribute tab. You can also browse all your "See It, Snap It, Send It" photos and galleries right there in the app.
It's free! You can download the app for free right now:
Our new and improved KSLA News 12 app for iPhone is free and available now for download, but some users will first need to download a free iOS upgrade. It's fairly easy to do, and it's a good idea to regularly update you iPhone software regardless of which apps you use. Graham Ulkins shows us how.More >>