Bathroom booze may be in your home. At 5, KSLA News 12 shows you the dangerous trend that's getting more teens drunk.
Testimony is under way in the murder trial for Kimethia Coleman. The prosecution's first witness of the day was the dispatcher that took the 911 call from Coleman the night she allegedly killed her boyfriend, U.S. Air Force Sgt. Brian Spinks. Click here for continuing coverage of the trial.
It's a maneater! At 5, KSLA News 12's Adam Hooper headed back out to the scene of last night's manhole rescue in Shreveport for a follow up on why the lid was missing.
We also have the latest on the bicyclist hit by a pickup truck in Benton on Tuesday.
A Shreveport man has been arrested, accused of breaking into a North Caddo Parish home and holding three people inside at gunpoint. But detectives say it was a shipping scam that brought 28-year-old James Spearman to that house and that both he and his victims are all victims of that scam.
Good news drivers. Gas prices are down again.
In your community, Harvest Texarkana is hoping the public can help them win a challenge that could bring some much needed funding to the organization. Here's how you can help.
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