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The search continues in hit and run death

Louisiana Hall of Fame legend Orlando Woolridge to be laid to rest  (Photo: CBS Sports) Louisiana Hall of Fame legend Orlando Woolridge to be laid to rest (Photo: CBS Sports)

Police have released a description of the car police are looking for in the hit and run that killed 56-year-old Steve Allen McKinnon Wednesday.

Ruston police are investigating a homicide, a neighbor discovered a body at a home on the western side of the city this morning.

Authorities have arrested a Shreveport man for his alleged role in at least two car break-ins and a shooting.

Funeral services are tonight for Louisiana sports hall of fame basketball legend Orlando Woolridge.

I'll Have Another, the horse that won the first two legs of the Triple Crown, will not compete in the Belmont Stakes, according to its trainer.

From our Texarkana In Your Community Page: A Texarkana woman needs help finding her horse.  Our pages cover the Ark-La-Tex covering special events, business openings, accomplishments, almost anything. Go to ksla.com and look for our In Your Community Widget. Find your community and start sending us your stories.

An ArkLaTex festival has been named one of America's Wackiest Summer Events. Check all of them out right here.   

Don't forget: The 2012 House for Hope is now open for tours! Come by anytime between 1 – 6 pm daily (including weekends!) and take a look at this gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home in Shreveport's 12 Oak Subdivision. Pick up a raffle ticket for your chance to win! Click here for a slideshow, and here for more details.

See you at 6.

Pat


 

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