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  Terminally ill boy met his hero John Cena for his birthday

Diego Hernandez will celebrate his 13th birthday, and through his illness, he's kept a positive attitude.

TOP STORIES

Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in death of his infant son

Free oil changes for veterans, active military at Gateway Tire & Service Center

First Alert: Hot and humid Memorial Day weekend

  East Texas man charged with murder

  Trial of man charged with infant son’s death to continue

The testimony in the trial of Kenneth Willis will continue on Friday, May 24 in Judge Charles Tutt’s courtroom.
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  Mega Millions jackpot climbs to $418 million

Statistically, you only have a 1 in 302,575,350 chance of winning the big one.

  BPCC, Benteler Steel team up to offer apprenticeships

  City Councilman wins award named in honor of late mother

  Man shot while riding bike

  Man shot in chest at Shreveport convenience store; suspect sought

  Date, time set for Independence Bowl; now, who’s playing

  Pup and Circumstance: Pooch steals show at high school graduation

  Coroner identifies man who died soon after being shot multiple times

  Family sets vigil for 3-year-old who died a day after 8-vehicle wreck

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  Teenager pushes double amputee home in wheelchair during storm warning

Greg Beck, who is in a wheelchair, was trying to get home during a severe storm warning. Seth Philips hopped out of his mother's car and pushed Beck home.

EAST TEXAS NEWS

  East Texas man charged with murder

  IN STUDIO: Wiley College to host youth theology camps

  MPD hiring new officers, last day to take exam

  Inspector closes East Texas restaurant after finding 7 health code violations

The city inspected the eatery after receiving a tip from a concerned citizen

Doctor to pay $118K to settle claims of improper Medicare billing practices

The physician operates clinics in Texarkana and New Boston

KSLA INVESTIGATES

  Proposed bill could reduce incarcerated children across state

  DNA Detectives: Scientists combining forensics with genealogy break ‘unsolvable’ cases

Scientists are using forensic genetics to help solve decades-old cold cases.

MORE TOP STORIES

  ‘Government overreach:’ Shreveport councilwoman files legislation to abolish city’s ban on saggy pants

Governor: ‘More likely than not’ Morganza Spillway will be opened for third time in history

  Lifeguards want residents to learn swimming safety rules

  IN STUDIO: Wiley College to host youth theology camps

  Boil advisory lifted in Bienville Parish

After two weeks, a boil advisory has finally been lifted for residents in Bienville Parish.
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Neighborhood throws party to say goodbye to retiring mailman

People decorated their mailboxes in honor of Floyd Martin, who served the neighborhood for nearly 35 years.

NOAA: Expect a slightly weaker hurricane season

  Furever Friends - Rain

  Body of missing Arkansas man found in wrecked pickup truck

  76-year-old man indicted in cousin’s fatal shooting