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A fundraiser to help with medical expenses for a nine-year old who nearly drowned. We'll show you what friends of Shelby Patrick did to help with her recovery.
Shreveport Police officials have charged a Shreveport officer in connection with a criminal complaint received by the department in Mid-March regarding that police officer was possibly involved in the theft of some prescription medication at a local middle school while he was working an off-duty job at the school.
Miller County, Arkansas firefighters have just put out another house fire at this hour adding to the long list of suspicious fires near Texarkana, Arkansas this week.
Louisiana State Police have released a 21 page report with details of the crash that killed seven people in Slaughter, LA. We'll reveal what's in the report.
The Justice Department has declared that Attorney General Eric Holder's decision to withhold information about a bungled gun-tracking operation from Congress does not constitute a crime and he won't be prosecuted for contempt of Congress.
Extreme hot temperatures are making it miserable outside. Today we told you about a city worker in South Louisiana who died on his first day on the job. We'll reveal what you can do to stay cool and also tell you how you can help the elderly who are very vulnerable during these extreme times.
Congratulations to Catherine Call of Shreveport. She is the winner of the 2012 House for Hope. Minutes after we announced her name, she was at the house in the Twelve Oaks Subdivision.
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