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  A bleak outlook for millions facing cutoff of US jobless aid

About 9.1 million who are receiving aid from those programs will be cut off Dec. 26, according to a report from the Century Foundation. An additional 4.4 million are expected to exhaust all 39 weeks by year’s end.
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Texas prep football player attacks referee, charged with assault

Senior defensive lineman Emmanuel Duron of Edinburg High School came running from the sideline area after the referee announced the ejection, slamming into the official during the first half of the zone play-in game against Pharr-San Juan-Alamo.

TOP STORIES

Jury finds Shreveport man not guilty of murder charges

Cold overnight with a nice weekend

  Looking at the surge of COVID-19 cases, vaccine in Shreveport

Sabine Parish instructor accused of indecent behavior with juvenile

  Allendale shooting leaves 2 injured, one dead

According to the Shreveport Police Department, three men were shot early this morning after leaving a party.
  • COVID-19

  The Latest: US reaches daily high of nearly 228,000 cases

The 227,885 cases eclipses the previous high of more than 217,000 on Thursday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Daily Report: Arkansas Dept. of Health monitoring COVID-19

Why it’s always colder during clear nights

  SPD: Third arrest made in Colquitt Road homicide investigation

LSU-Health Shreveport continues COVID-19 testing in underserved communities; non-profit stresses importance of service

Milder weekend for ArkLaTex

  Traffic stop leads to illegal firearms arrest

What we know about the 34,477 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

Shreveport woman arrested in Texas on murder charge

  • COVID-19

  UN health chief: World can start dreaming of pandemic’s end

The U.N. health chief says positive results from coronavirus vaccine trials mean the world “can begin to dream about the end of the pandemic.”

EAST TEXAS NEWS

What we know about the 34,477 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

  Jefferson ISD to suspend in-class instruction, students return in January

  Marshall to begin long-anticipated downtown redevelopment project

  Texarkana, AR, police host Shop with a Cop

“We are doing it COVID style, obviously, because of the times,” interim police chief said

Main Street Texarkana cancels 2020 Christmas parade

The holiday procession is sponsored annually by Main Street Texarkana

KSLA INVESTIGATES

DOJ to investigate allegations of La. inmates held beyond release dates

  Cold case: Who killed Tyrone Sumlin?

  City of Shreveport served with $25 million settlement demand in police custodial death of Tommie McGlothen Jr.

The legal action, according to the letter, would name as plaintiffs the City of Shreveport, Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond, and four SPD officers recently indicted in connection with McGlothen’s April 5, 2020, in-custody death.

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  Detectives searching for stolen SUV in connection with shooting that killed woman, her unborn son

Sunshine returns for several days!

DOJ to investigate allegations of La. inmates held beyond release dates

Ark. to adopt new CDC quarantine guidelines; State sees record for new cases

  Man arrested for kidnapping, aggravated assault after standoff with police

BCPD was called to the abandoned 18-wheeler on reports of a possible shooting. Police found evidence on the scene that a gun had been fired.
  • COVID-19

  States submit vaccine orders as coronavirus death toll grows

The number of Americans hospitalized with COVID-19 hit an all-time high in the U.S. on Thursday at 100,667, according to the COVID Tracking Project.

2 campuses locked down over “threats of violence,” Caddo School District reports

Clouds and cool temperatures slowly clear out

  Jefferson ISD to suspend in-class instruction, students return in January

Great weather returns later this week

CRIMETRACKER

Jury finds Shreveport man not guilty of murder charges

  Allendale shooting leaves 2 injured, one dead