Start Your Day: Red River crest lowered, NWLA parishes issuing same-sex marriage licenses

Start Your Day: Red River crest lowered, NWLA parishes issuing same-sex marriage licenses
Today is the big day! (318) 425-3222 - call now to reserve tickets. You only have until 1:00 p.m. today to reserve your ticket
Today is the big day! (318) 425-3222 - call now to reserve tickets. You only have until 1:00 p.m. today to reserve your ticket

Good morning! Here's what happened overnight and what the ArkLaTex will be talking about today:

There's much relief for people still trying to cleanup from Red River flooding from earlier this month. The National Weather Service has confirmed the Red River in Shreveport will crest

at 31.2 feet sometime later today.

KSLA News 12's Jacob Bradford will be live at Hamel Park with updates on the new crest level and what that means for 4th of July boating activities. He'll also have the official numbers of reported damage in Caddo Parish and information on sandbag locations for those who want to take precaution just in case.

Have you reserved your ticket for a chance to win this year's House for Hope?

Time is running out! You have a chance to win this beautiful brand-new home valued at $295,000!

Take a tour:

Adria Goins is live inside the home located in the Norris Ferry Crossing subdivision off of Southern Loop in south Shreveport.

All the proceeds go to Community Renewal to help them open new Friendship Houses where they're needed most. Learn more about that here:

The phone bank is open right now! Call 425-3222 or click here to reserve your tickets online:

The ArkLaTex woman accused of

will return to court this morning. Back in March, police say Megan Lejeune planned the hoax in an effort to frame her ex-boyfriend.

Marriage licenses are officially available for same-sex couples in Caddo Parish. Yesterday afternoon, two long-time Caddo Parish residents became

to receive the clerk of court's marriage license.

parishes are issuing same sex marriage license as well.

and watch KSLA News 12 This Morning for all the morning's top stories weekdays beginning at 4:30 a.m.

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