Cat makes 5-story leap from burning building, walks away

It happened at an apartment building near the Chicago’s South Side.
  • National

Biden warns against gas price gouging after cyberattack

The president said he expects the pipeline to resume normal operations by next week and stressed the importance of improving the durability of U.S. infrastructure as part of his $2.3 trillion jobs plan.

TOP STORIES

Louisiana House Republicans propose return-to-work bonus

  Bossier schools look to fill over two dozen bus operator openings

  Questions arise after man with checkered past hired at Baton Rouge school as substitute teacher

  Shreveport city leaders host listening session on how to spend $48 million in pandemic federal relief money

More sunshine for now before the rain returns

We have beautiful sunshine around for now, but the rain chances will be going back up by next week. When they do, the humidity will also be going up as well. Take advantage now!

  FAQ: Answering your questions on Pfizer’s vaccine for those 12 & up

  LSU Health Shreveport employee placed on leave following EEOC complaint against Dr. Ghali

  Shreveport leaders unveil plans for $36.5 million water treatment upgrade

High lumber prices impacting Texarkana building industry

  • COVID-19

  Fully vaccinated can drop the masks, skip social distancing

The new guidance still calls for wearing masks in crowded indoor settings like buses, planes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters.

EAST TEXAS NEWS

High lumber prices impacting Texarkana building industry

  “People are just so neighborly,” Texas celebrates ‘Small Business Week’

  Trucking industry seeing a shortage of drivers

A large amount of goods are delivered across our roadways to consumers. However, the trucking industry says this job is a bit difficult now because of a shortage.

Autopsy shows Avinger man died from smoke inhalation during fire

According to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Terry Lynn Grant, 62, died from smoke inhalation.

LOUISIANA NEWS

3 La. airports receiving federal funding for improvements

  Tased Louisiana trooper gets his job back

Louisiana House Republicans propose return-to-work bonus

  Questions arise after man with checkered past hired at Baton Rouge school as substitute teacher

A parent at one Baton Rouge school is questioning how a substitute teacher was hired.

  LSU Health Shreveport employee placed on leave following EEOC complaint against Dr. Ghali

Even as Ghali is on administrative leave as chancellor, he still has access to medical students, residents and other learners through clinical rotations and other hospital duties

TEXARKANA NEWS

  Trucking industry seeing a shortage of drivers

Arkansans speak out regarding unemployment assistance ending

Missing elderly man in Texarkana found safe

Jeremiah Hardmon was found safe.

Report: Arkansas in foster care crisis, needs more foster homes

There were nearly 4,400 children in foster care in the state of Arkansas last year, with state officials and officials with a Central Arkansas non-profit saying Friday that the need is great for help.

KSLA INVESTIGATES

BREAKDOWN: The Response

  DeSoto Parish deputy accused of using excessive force now faces misdemeanor charges rather than felony

Allgrunn has been on paid administrative leave since his indictment back in 2019.

MORE TOP STORIES

  Sen. Kennedy calls for congressional hearings on capsizing of SEACOR Power

Part of I-49 northbound closed in DeSoto Parish due to wreck

Man wanted in connection with fatal Roosevelt Avenue shooting

Louisiana doctor sentenced to 21 months for disability fraud

  Gov. Edwards testifies before U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources on Louisiana’s oil & gas industries

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards appeared before Congress Thursday, May 13 to discuss how any abrupt changes to federal offshore oil and gas policies will have a negative impact on the state’s economy.
  • National

Hospital throws prom for teen who survived serious crash

A Wyoming teen who survived a serious crash missed her school’s prom, so hospital staff decided to throw one for her.

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine now available to Louisiana residents ages 12 and above

  “People are just so neighborly,” Texas celebrates ‘Small Business Week’

LSP: Missing Basile child found safe and unharmed

Gov. Edwards heads to nation’s capital to testify on offshore oil and gas exploration, climate change