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Clinic Closures: New law could bring more abortion business to Shreveport

Two drivers were killed in a fiery crash early Friday morning in Bowie County. Two drivers were killed in a fiery crash early Friday morning in Bowie County.
43-year-old Christina Rea Davison was last seen on Friday night in Kilgore. (Source: Facebook) 43-year-old Christina Rea Davison was last seen on Friday night in Kilgore. (Source: Facebook)
Big crowds are expected for this year's Mudbug Madness Festival, already under way at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport. Big crowds are expected for this year's Mudbug Madness Festival, already under way at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport.

A new bill on Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's desk will place new restrictions on state abortion clinics. On KSLA News 12 at 5, we'll explain why the law could bring more people to Shreveport to terminate their pregnancies.

Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety have identified the two drivers killed in a fiery Friday morning 18-wheeler crash. We have the latest details on the tragic crash at 5. 

A Bossier City man is in police custody after he reportedly made threats to kill his girlfriend and himself and then refused to surrender officers for more than four hours early Friday morning. 

An East Texas mom has been missing for six days, and her family is struggling and searching. Sadly, this isn't the first time this family has gone through this kind of loss. at 5, hear why they say it's an all-too familiar scenario. 

We are also following up on the dine and dash we told you about on Thursday that left a Dixie Inn waitress picking up the tab. Many of you sounded off on the KSLA News 12 Facebook page with concerns about whether it is legal to take the loss out of the employee's paycheck. We'll have the answer to that question, and an update on the search for the couple that didn't pay up. 

Two passenger planes at a Texas airport got a little too close during take off. Now the FAA is investigating what went wrong. 

Louisiana residents who want to stock up on emergency supplies for the 2014 hurricane season can get those supplies tax free this Saturday and Sunday.  Get the details here.

Big crowds are expected for this year's Mudbug Madness Festival, already under way at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport. We'll take you there live at 5 & 6! StormTracker Steve will be there as well, with a look at your holiday weekend forecast

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