The group that launched a grass roots effort against open burning of more than 15 million pounds of M6 propellant at Camp Minden is making demands to the federal government. Today, letters went out to the EPA, the Army, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Protection Agency and several others regarding the burning of the propellant. On KSLA News 12 at 5, we'll hear what the group had to say in a news conference.
Also at 5, we're learning more about a deadly fire at a vacant mobile home in Natchitoches. According to the Louisiana State Fire Marshal, firefighters found a body inside the home.
Plus, a Shreveport man faces life in prison after being convicted of shooting and killing a man during an alleged drug deal in 2012.
of second degree murder in a bench trial Monday.
And on KSLA News 12 at 6, a 47 year wait is over for a southwest Arkansas family. The remains of a local soldier who disappeared during the Vietnam War have now been identified.
Several parents across the state are overflowing with questions and concerns about a new test their children will soon be taking. It's call the PARCC test or Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, and we'll let you know what answers we received on KSLA News 12 at 6.
Coverage You Can Count On starts with with KSLA News 12 at 5. See you then!