At 5, "Sleep is for the rich:" Caddo Parish investigators say a unique t-shirt worn by the gunman in the armed robbery of a west Shreveport credit union late last week could help them track down their suspect. Plus, at 6, we'll hear from the owner of the clothing line that produces the shirts about what the negative publicity for the brand has done for business.
We are also following up on the racist graffiti found defacing a popular local skate park. We'll show you what the city is doing to clear away the smears while Shreveport police investigate.
In just a few hours, Caddo Parish schools should have a new superintendent. We are at the school board meeting and will be bringing you the very latest on the discussion and their vote, as they choose who of the final three candidates will replace outgoing superintendent Dr. Gerald Dawkins.
We've also got an update on the next step for Webster Parish, too, as that district decides whether to advertise once again for a new superintendent after the one they recently selected decided to retire instead.
The hunt for a man wanted in the murder of a 1-year-old boy in Baltimore, Maryland has led to Louisiana. We have new details on the arrest of a man in Ruston over the weekend, and how police say they tracked him down.
Not guilty: That's the plea from the 2 co-owners and 4 employees of Explo to felony charges in Webster Parish today, in connection with the millions of pounds of military explosives Louisiana State Police say were improperly stored at Camp Minden. KSLA News 12's Fred Childers was in the courtroom for that and will bring us the details, as well as what's next in the investigation.
As word of popular radio host Kid Kraddick's cause of death was released today, many loyal listeners remain stunned at his sudden passing. We're remembering Kidd, and the legacy he leaves.
A familiar animation studio in town is taking animation to another level in video game productions. You don't want to miss that story at 6!
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