ISIS 'hit list' includes BAFB airmen, community reacts

At least 25 of the 100 names on an online

are personnel, past and present, from Barksdale Air Force Base. A spouse of a BAFB airman says she's terrified for the safety of her husband and child. As the Shreveport-Bossier community reacts to the list, KSLA News 12's Jacob Bradford will be live from BAFB with the very latest.

Hundreds gathered at the Texas Capitol yesterday for a

, headlined by Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore. He encouraged Texas lawmakers to stand up to the federal government, adding that "state courts have equal authority."

And as the rally against same-sex marriage wrapped up in Austin, an LGBT activist spoke with University of Texas at Tyler students about his

.

Also on KSLA News 12 This Morning, parents are on

after Bossier Parish school leaders sent out an email warning about a mobile app called "Burn Book". Called a "troubling trend," the app allows students to post about other students anonymously. The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office said those students caught using the app to bully others may be charged with cyber bullying or terrorizing.

Before you head out the door, be sure to get your

from KSLA News 12 meteorologist Ron Young. He has weather updates every 10 minutes!

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