The Shreveport City council is considering upping the fines for parking in yards. At 6:00, KSLA News 12's Brittany Pieper talks to a local attorney about what city leaders can and can't do when it comes to telling residents what they can do with their property.
A trial date has been set for Shreveport man charged with murdering three brothers over an X-Box game.
Authorities in East Texas are working with Mexican authorities, the U.S. Border Patrol and the Department of Homeland Security to track down a man accused of killing a Harrison County two-year-old. Police say Jose Luis Casiano-Aburto was in the U.S. illegally when he killed Yeli Madalyn Jimenez on Sunday, and fled back across the border into Mexico on Monday. KSLA News 12's Erin Stevenson has the latest on the investigation and the cross-border search for the suspected child-killer.
Is Iran closer to manufacturing nuclear warheads? Reports that Iran had shut off oil supplies to Europe and will ramp up uranium production is putting pressure on already tense relations between the country and the U.S. and Israel.
DeSoto Parish pastors held a meeting today "concerning the racism that is trying to be refueled in this Parish and surrounding Parishes," in response to the Aryan Nations setting up in their headquarters in their backyard. KSLA News 12's Tracy Clemons was there and has the latest on what the pastors plan to do about it. We will have the story at 6. The story and community reaction continues to be a Hot Topic on the KSLA News 12 Facebook page.
See you at 6.