Twelve people have died as a result of historic flooding that severely impacted the majority of south Louisiana and a portion of central Louisiana. We'll have the latest on the disaster relief efforts on KSLA News 12 at 5.
Plus, a North DeSoto High School student was detained for allegedly taking a gun to school. We'll have the details at 5.
Just a few weeks ago, many farmers were beginning to worry they weren't getting enough rain. Now, they just want it to stop before all the wet weather damages their crops. At 6, we'll talk to officials at the LSU Ag Center about how the weather is affecting area farmers.
And more rain is moving into the Shreveport-Bossier area, creating the potential for heavy downpours. At 5 and 6, StormTracker 12 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Castle will take a look at what we can expect.