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Flooding frustrations continue in Natchitoches Parish following last week's storms and all the rain they brought to the area. State emergency officials were in the area today assessing the damage to determine whether a disaster should be declared. KSLA News 12's Adam Hooper has an update for us on KSLA News 12 at 6:00.

Shreveport fire investigators are looking into a series of arson fires over the past three days, the most recent early this morning on Marshall Street. We'll have more details on why investigators believe they were intentionally set, and whether they believe they could all be connected.

The million hoodie movement has spread from city to city in a symbolic attempt to get justice for Trayvon Martin.  Two local rallies are planned for tonight in the ArkLaTex: One in Shreveport and one in Mansfield.  At 6, we'll go live to each rally. We will also  hear from a local District Attorney on how a case like this, based on what is publicly known, should be prosecuted.

You still have time to sound off about this case. CNN released the results of a survey that found the majority of those responding feel that George Zimmerman should have been arrested. Where do you stand? Click here read more and participate in our poll, or join the conversation on our Facebook page.

Family and friends are shaken by the death of a Wiley College student who reportedly fell at his dormitory early this morning.  Erin Stevenson is on campus today gathering more information and will have more details at 6:00.

A Texarkana man says he has his two dogs to thank for waking him to the fire consuming his home early Monday morning. Meet Sissy Ann and Sassy Mae on KSLA News 12 at 6:00.

See you at 6.

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