Two people have died in a crash involving a truck and a train in DeSoto Parish this afternoon, and a third person is critically injured. KSLA News 12's Fred Childers will have the latest from the scene just south of Longstreet on what happened.
Caddo School superintendent Lamar Goree is about to kick off a series of community meetings to talk about his plan to "Reinvest in Caddo." We'll have the details at 5.
Plus, a round of wintry weather that brought freezing rain and snow just missed the ArkLaTex, but hit our neighbors to the north. We'll have a roundup of the impact, and the latest StormTracker 12 forecast for our area.At 6, the Bossier Parish School Board is fighting a jury's verdict ordering the school district to pay a local family more than $166,000 in damages and medical expenses in a lawsuit over a playground fight involving a 10-year-old student. Find out how much the BPSB is spending on the appeal, and on what grounds they say they should have to pay.
We'll also tell you why former cyclist Lance Armstrong and his now-dissolved team management company have been ordered to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company.
At 6:30, some children as young as 10 years of age are trapped in a life of sex slavery. A life-altering trip to learn more about the problem to a personal mission for the head of Louisiana State Police. You won't want to miss our special report on "Silent Slavery."
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