Church replaces steeple that tornado blew off two years ago

Final stages of steeple replacement at First United Methodist Church in Shreveport. It replaces a steeple that a tornado blew off the church two years ago.

First United Methodist Church in Shreveport is finally going to replace the steeple that fell over two years ago after a tornado blew it off the church. Tonight Adam Hooper KSLA will show us what the new steeple looks like, how it's different from the original, and take us to the top of the church where the new steeple will sit.

It's been a busy day for Texarkana, Texas firefighters, who started the day battling a blaze at the Cedar Ridge Apartments. Residents were shaken, but grateful for the quick action that very likely saved lives. We'll hear from some of them on KSLA News 12 at 6. This afternoon, firefighters were back out fighting house fire that could be seen for miles.

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In your community, the Caddo Sheriff's Office will host a crime prevention program for rural communities from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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A controversial documentary about certain lawmakers is causing quite a stir on Capitol Hill. Now the documentary is coming to the Ark-La-Tex. We talk to the group bringing the film here. Find out why they say it is important that you see it tomorrow on KSLA News 12 This Morning.

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She's too sexy for her job. A woman who says she was fired for being too attractive has filed a complaint against her former employer. The 29-year-old claims she was told by a supervisor that she was, quote, "just too hot for this office."

In you missed Sunday's "annular eclipse," you can catch the whole thing, courtesy of the efforts of a California science teacher who captured the whole thing in hundreds of images and created a pretty amazing time-lapse video. Viewers in the ArkLaTex captured some pretty amazing images, too. You can check those out here.

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