City of Shreveport hopes to lift boil advisory Saturday at the latest

Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins says the city hopes to lift its boil advisory by Saturday, Feb. 27 at the latest.

  GOP rallies solidly against Democrats’ virus relief, stimulus checks package

The hardening opposition suggested that Biden’s first major legislative initiative could encounter unanimous GOP opposition.
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Woman goes viral for badly timed mask tattoo

A woman's pre-pandemic tattoo takes on whole new meaning that she says is now a bit of a joke.

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LSP: Level II Endangered/Missing child advisory issued for Vidalia teen

Truck hauling water overturns on I-20 in Shreveport

Heavy rain moves in this evening

Texas Legislature to hold hearings on statewide blackouts, industry response

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.

What we know about the 12,327 active cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

Shooting on Amherst Street leaves one injured

Tracking several rounds of rain on their way

Caddo Parish to distribute water on Thursday, Feb. 25

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‘Call 911’: Assault victim gets help by posting sign on Pa. home’s window

A suspect was arrested on accusations of beating and strangling the woman when she tried to leave the house.

EAST TEXAS NEWS

What we know about the 12,327 active cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

East Texas plumbers answering record number of service calls for broken pipes

Since Sunday plumbers in one East Texas county have been working non-stop for the enormous call for pipe repair. With hundreds of homes having pipes broken or leaking from the winter storm of last week, the call load is endless for plumbers in Longview.

Gov. Abbott addresses state regarding power, water loss during storm

Here are Gov. Abbott's full remarks regarding ERCOT, and the state of Texas following power, water and loss of life last week.

LOUISIANA NEWS

  One year ago; Mardi Gras 2020

One year ago, on Feb. 25, 2020, crowds filled the streets of New Orleans celebrating Mardi Gras.

  Gov. Edwards to hold news conference at 2 p.m. Thursday

Gov. John Bel Edwards will hold a news conference on Louisiana’s continued response to the coronavirus and recovery from last week’s devastating winter weather at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25.

TEXARKANA NEWS

Active COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations fall in Arkansas

Arkansas expands vaccinations to 65+; adds 115k to those eligible

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Hutchinson holds weekly COVID-19 briefing

Arkansas Senate approves bill banning nearly all abortions

Arkansas is one of 13 states where outright abortion bans have been proposed this year.

  Offices relocating in wake of damage from burst pipes in Miller County Courthouse

“This is pretty much a total loss"

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BREAKDOWN: The Frontline Response to the Mental Health Crisis

Rare vaccine injury claims steered to obscure federal office

That stands in contrast to the much more established federal vaccine court, which decides cases of injury from most childhood vaccines and other common inoculations.

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Gov. Abbott addresses state regarding power, water loss during storm

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  Bullet grazes man; arrest made over Mackey Lane shooting

  Accountant explains how to file taxes if you received unemployment benefits

If you received unemployment benefits, you might be wondering how to properly file your taxes. An accountant says if your situation is complex, seek the help of a professional.
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  LA sheriff calls Tiger Woods crash ‘purely an accident’

Authorities say Woods suffered “significant” injuries all down his right leg when his SUV crashed into a median and rolled over several times on a steep road in Los Angeles.

Active COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations fall in Arkansas

List of water distribution sites in the ArkLaTex

  Greenwood says to stop using the water now

Man accused of threatening multiple Titus County elected officials

POLITICS

  Chief: Capitol assault much bigger than intel suggested

  Sen. Cassidy: “I am such at peace with that vote”

Sen. Bill Cassidy to face higher prop taxes after review

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  Man shot while walking; suspect sought

Shooting on Amherst Street leaves one injured

  Bullet grazes man; arrest made over Mackey Lane shooting