One good thing about the rain: it washes away some of that pollen that's been piling up and making allergy sufferers miserable. But, like the sunshine, the nasty yellow-green stuff will be back. KSLA News 12's Adam Hooper has tips for overcoming the sinus misery.
Skeeter hawks, crane flies…whatever you call them, the weather is ideal for those giant bugs that look like mosquitoes. KSLA News 12's Kevin Roth takes a closer look at the big bugs, and debunks some common misconceptions about them.
Facebook is a way people communicate with each other, but is it also hurting a person's chance of going to college? At 5, we'll show you what college officials are looking at before sending out letters of admission.
Despite recent reports that fraud is running rampant in the government's food stamp program, the United States Department of Agriculture insists that fraud is at its lowest level in history. It's a hot topic on the KSLA News 12 Facebook page. Check it out and share your thoughts.
And yet…Michigan lawmakers last year vowed to crack down when they heard an $850,000 lottery winner was buying groceries with food stamps. Now comes news of another lucky player getting food on the public dime.
A new poll shows Americans are okay with Obama Health Care law. At 5, what does this mean for the president's re-election hopes.
In your community, Shreveport Little Theatre is holding children and chorus auditions for their summer musical, The Sound of Music. Here's information about the audition.
See you at 5.