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Convicted murderer could soon be released from prison

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals has reported the state's first human West Nile virus case of the year (Source: CDC) The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals has reported the state's first human West Nile virus case of the year (Source: CDC)
A phone app is now available by the Red Cross with First Aid tips. A phone app is now available by the Red Cross with First Aid tips.

Kenneth Wayne Boyd, convicted of killing three Shelby county residents in 1997, including a 13-year-old girl, could soon be released from prison.

A Shelby County man who has been imprisoned for more than a decade is receiving support to have his capital murder life sentence thrown out. At 6, we investigate and show you court documents to show why this is happening.

DHH reports first human case of West Nile. The woman tested positive for asymptomatic West Nile after giving blood.

Looking for First Aid tips? Here's an app for that.

What happens if someone steals your identity by posting a fake Facebook page with your picture? At 6, we'll show you what happened to an Ark-La-Tex woman.

We are giving away another free Backyard BBQ next Thursday. Click here to try to win our fourth and final BBQ from Outback Steakhouse.

Get set for really hot days ahead. Will a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico bring us relief? StormTracker Steve has your forecast at 6.

See you then.

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