Tax elections aplenty. At 6, we are taking a closer look at what your vote will mean this weekend. That includes a proposal that will determine the fate of Caddo Parish libraries. And that's not the only controversial election.
The judge overseeing the trial against a 28-year-old neighborhood watch captain who shot and killed an unarmed teenager in Sanford, FL, has recused herself after admitting her connection to a CNN legal analyst Friday.
The legislature looks at a bill to tighten current bully laws. That's after a KSLA News 12 investigation into cyberbullying. We'll tell you what a committee decided today.
Plus, more disturbing details have emerged today about the woman accused in Tuesday's shooting of a young mother and abduction of her 3-day-old boy.
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KSLA News 12's Team Warriors kicked off week five of its March of Dimes 'Run before the Walk' campaign this afternoon at Christus Schumpert Hospital in Shreveport. We'll show you what we have ahead of us at 6.
See you then.