LSU following state of La. in moving to Phase 3

LSU has announced it is moving to Phase 3, following in-step with reduced restrictions by Gov. John Bel Edwards for the state of Louisiana.

  UK royals absorb shock of revealing Harry, Meghan interview

In a two-hour soul-baring interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple painted a deeply unflattering picture of life inside the royal household, depicting a cold, uncaring institution that they had to flee to save their lives.
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Mom claims son shot with BB guns, forced to drink urine at sleepover

The Texas mother claims the sleepover was orchestrated by her son's classmates to purposefully bully and abuse him.


  ArkLaTex woman dies in head-on collision involving SUV, van

  Entertainers cautiously optimistic about Louisiana’s return to Phase III

Arkansas governor wants an ‘off-ramp’ not a ‘cliff’ to end his state’s mask mandate

French Quarter visitors, businesses alarmed after separate shootings injure four teens

  Study finds mask mandates, dining out influence virus spread

The study was released just as some states are rescinding mask mandates and restaurant limits.

Gregg County educators receive COVID-19 vaccine

East Texas family adopts dog that had been in animal shelter for 7 years

Medicaid expansion, constitutional amendments, law enforcement barracks project on agenda this week in legislature

  Early voting begins in Bossier City

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Bloody Sunday memorial honors late civil rights giants

The Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee marks the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday — the day on March 7, 1965, that civil rights marchers were brutally beaten by law enforcement officers on Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge.


Gregg County educators receive COVID-19 vaccine

Carthage native wins bareback riding competition at RFD TV’s American Rodeo

East Texas family adopts dog that had been in animal shelter for 7 years

2 people injured in 3 Newton County crashes involving 4 motorcycles

Emergency personnel responded to three separate crashes involving a total of four motorcycles on State Highway 87 in Newton County Saturday afternoon. Two Louisiana men were injured in one of the wrecks.

Smith County Sheriff’s Office warns of scam involving people posing as water employees

The Smith County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning Sunday for people to be on the lookout for people posing as employees of Dean Water Supply.


Louisiana top doctors look back on early days of Pandemic one year later

Les Miles’ attorney issues statement following LSU report

Family, friends, and colleagues say final goodbyes to slain Tulane Police officer

Officer Martinus Mitchum was honored by multiple law enforcement agencies along with family and friends.

What to know before you head to the polls

Are you registered to vote? If not, do you know how? Will you early vote? Or vote absentee by mail? Here's everything you need to know ahead of the March 20 election.


Active COVID-19 cases fall under 4,000 in Arkansas

Texas A&M system issues guidance on COVID-19 protocols

Following Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that Texas state mandates would change to guidelines on March 10, the chancellor of the Texas A&M system issued guidance on how the university system would move forward.

  14-year-old accused of shooting mother, boyfriend in Texarkana now in custody

A 14-year-old is now in custody after being accused of shooting his mother and his mother’s boyfriend.


Baton Rouge’s dirty secret: 81 tons of litter in wetlands behind LSU’s Burden Center

LWC response time slow due to dealing with fraudulent claims

LWC response time slow due to dealing with fraudulent claims


Wreck involving four-wheeler leaves one dead

  Johnson & Johnson vaccinations underway at the Brookshire Grocery Arena

What to know before you head to the polls

IZ’s iconic ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ hits 1B views on YouTube

Shreveport man found guilty of sex crimes against juveniles

According to the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office, a Shreveport man was found guilty of sex crimes against juveniles on Friday, Mar. 5.
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  Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

The Islamic State's brutal three-year rule of much of northern and western Iraq, and the grueling campaign against it, left a vast swath of destruction. Reconstruction efforts have stalled amid a years-long financial crisis.

Sunshine and warmer weather ahead

Texarkana ISD to continue following COVID-19 protocol

  SFD battling large house fire on Dudley Drive

Military family thanks community for outpouring of support after U-Haul is stolen


JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

Beware of scammers asking for winter storm donations

Extreme cold fuels huge jump at the pump

Water, food to be distributed around ArkLaTex on Sunday