First at 5, investigators are putting a rush on the DNA testing in the 30-year-old cold case to find out if Carol Ann Cole of Kalamazoo, MI is Bossier Doe. KSLA News 12's Fred Childers spoke with Cole's family and has the details on these latest developments.
Also at 5, a Shreveport elementary school was placed briefly on lockdown this afternoon, after a traffic stop led to a chase that ended with a crash into a fence on campus. The driver is in custody, but the search is still on for a passenger that bailed out after the crash.
Another chase is under way in Texarkana, after a stolen luxury SUV was spotted this afternoon. The chase ended up going through a local park. So far, only 1 of 3 man in that case has been arrested.
At 6, a Bowie County man is in a local hospital after being pulled from a burning house late Friday morning. Hear from the firefighters who likely saved his life.
And you don't want to miss the emotional moment this morning at a DeSoto Parish school, where a local teacher learned she is the winner of a prestigious educator award that puts $25,000 cash, no strings attached, in her pocket!
The best part: She had no idea she was even in the running for the award. You have to see her reaction.
Coverage You Can Count On starts with KSLA News 12 This Morning, starting at 4:30 a.m. See you then!
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