GoFundMe set up for homicide victim’s 5 daughters

All five children are under the age of 8; and one of the girls is battling Stage IV lung and kidney cancer

  Shreveport brewing company raising money to benefit Australian brush fire relief

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

  Haughton fire station still shut down after Jan. 11 tornado

  Officers lauded for saving paralyzed man from house fire

Coroner’s office identifies man killed near Keithville

  KSLA Salutes: BPCC unveils new military art exhibit

Continued Coverage

SPD: Family needs help finding man last seen in December

  Furever friends “Huego”

  Center, Texas receives $350,000 downtown revitalization grant

  Organization offers free tax prep for low-income families

McLeod ISD cancels school for rest of the week

SHOWCASING LOUISIANA: Mushroom Maggie’s Farm

  Man accused of fatally shooting woman on Whittington

Such violence is uncommon for that area, neighbors say

  Northwest Louisiana congressman dismisses GAO’s conclusion that the Trump administration broke the law

“The GAO report is worth the paper it’s printed on and not much more”

National Human Trafficking Prevention Month: Know the signs

Januaray marks ‘National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention’ Month.

Shreve Memorial Library’s Mooretown Branch closed

In a Facebook post, Shreve Memorial Library announced that the Mooretown Library Branch will close at 11 a.m.

Many Police Chief suffers stroke; remains in hospital

Cass County government offices to open later on Jan. 22

School closures, delayed starts in the ArkLaTex

  BCPD identifies woman killed in shooting

Marshall’s Memorial City Hall Performing Arts Center offers entertainment for everyone

  Bomb threat closes Shreveport Walmart; 1 in custody

  ‘I’m doing a good thing:’ Bossier School District honors Plain Dealing custodian with Gold Star for his kindness

"I’m going to keep on doing what I do.”

WATCH: Rep. Mike Johnson speaks regarding impeachment team appointment

U.S. Representative Mike Johnson will hold a press conference to discuss his recent appointment to President Donald Trump’s impeachment team.

  Krewe of Sobek kicks off Mardi Gras season in Shreveport

The 16th annual Krewe of Sobek parade happened on Jan. 18.

  SUV clips front bumper of Caddo Parish school bus

Police are on the scene of a minor wreck involving a Caddo Parish school bus.

  Grambling State University closed on Jan. 21

In a tweet on Monday, Grambling State University announced that campus would be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

  NWLA Master Gardeners award over $15,000 in grants for horticulture education

The NWLA Master Gardeners launched their grant program in 2011 and since then have awarded over $150,000 to many groups and municipalities in Northwest Louisiana.

  Krewe of Harambee kicks off annual parade Monday

This year the krewe will have special throws that will be tossed during their parade that will mark Sankofa XX, the 20th-anniversary edition of the krewe’s Mardi Gras procession.

SPD searching for shoplifting suspect

Have you seen this man?

LSU holds championship parade in Baton Rouge

The parade will begin at 11 a.m.

  Shreveport man alleges a prized gun was stolen

He now advises people to take extra precaution before leaving a firearm unattended

  ‘I didn’t care if I lived or not’: sexual assault survivor speaks out

A Haughton woman breaks her silence to bring attention to sexual assault victims

Sexual assault victim Samantha McGee shares her impact statement

Impact Statement

  BCPD: Death of woman found on I-220 likely not a random attack

"The evidence that we do have is not so much leaning toward a random shooting”

  Forecast for economic growth in Shreveport is bright

And this month, Louisiana becomes the first state to get federal approval of industrial hemp

LSU fans in Baton Rouge get their picture taken with national championship trophy

Lots of LSU fans in Baton Rouge took advantage of a photo opp with the national championship trophy.

  Krewe of Harambee members to toss special throws during 20th-anniversary Mardi Gras parade Jan. 20

The krewe parades down Texas Street in downtown Shreveport every year on MLK Day

  ETX mother with very rare disease hopes to find kidney donor

“We’re making it, but it’s a struggle."

  Furever Friends “Lucky”

Did you see ‘Lucky’ today on tv?

Coroner’s office names victim in fatal fire

The Caddo Coroner’s Office has released the name of the man who died in a fatal house fire on Jan. 15.

Train crash closes Caddo Parish road

Caddo Parish Deputies are on the scene of a train crash in the parish.

  KSLA Salutes: BPSO Deputy splits time with the National Guard

“I actually went to basic training when I was still in high school. I was a junior when I left, came back and finished my senior year and left back to do more training.”

  SPD assists two stalled out vehicles

Shreveport police were on hand after two cars were stalled out on Thursday morning.

  $22 million generated in Shreveport-Bossier during Mardi Gras

“Our major parades are the Centaur and Gemini, but on those parades, we have over 100,000 attendees. A lot of them come in from east Texas.”

Fair Share to host meeting on Feb. 20

"The Office of Fair Share is designed and structured to enhance economic opportunities for small, disadvantaged, women, and minority-owned businesses," reads a news release from the City of Shreveport.

  Caddo Parish upgrades its emergency alert system

People who lack landlines need to sign up to receive notifications

  Storm topples massive tree onto Sibley family’s home

“It went right through my mother’s bedroom and, at one point, I feared for the worst”

  Man, 87, dies from injuries sustained during tornado

Ira Jefferson had been hospitalized for the last few days.

Benton police collecting donations for injured officer

LaRandle Taylor, who was shocked while on duty, is a part-time officer and ineligible for full benefits such as sick time, vacation

MLK Day affects Shreveport garbage, recycling schedule

The City of Shreveport has announced changes to its garbage and recycling schedules before the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.

  New computer kits coming to SPAR rec centers to help with coding

The City of Shreveport, Louisiana State University Shreveport, and the International Youth Foundation have all partnered up to provide 200 Elecrow Raspberry Pi Advanced Educational Kits to teach kids how to code.

  Classes resume at storm-damaged Benton Middle

It was a big day at Benton Middle as classes resumed just days after severe weather caused extensive damage inside and outside the Bossier Parish school.

  Krewe of Sobek ready for 2020 Grand Bal and Parade

One of the first Mardi Gras parades to hit the streets of the ArkLaTex is the Krewe of Sobek.

Robbers smash into Haughton truck stop; take ATM

The Haughton Police Department is investigating following a robbery on Tuesday morning.

  ‘Why We Art’ exhibit opens at La. State Exhibit Museum

A group of local Shreveport artists teamed up to present a new art exhibit called ‘Why We Art’.

  18-year-old hit by vehicle after walking into traffic

A teen is fighting for his life after being hit by a vehicle on Monday night.

  Haughton area residents face long road to recovery after deadly tornado

Survivors of the storm keep repeating the same thing — that this could have been a lot worse for them

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson narrates final LSU hype video ahead of national championship

Former WWE world heavyweight champion and Hollywood star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson narrated the video.

  Youth Challenge Program looking for teens to take part in upcoming Camp Minden session

The Louisiana National Guard’s Youth Challenge Program holds its next class at Camp Minden on February 16.

Submit your National Championship photos and videos to KSLA

You may see them featured during tonight’s newscasts!

  Local LSU Fans share excitement over Monday night’s big game

“To have an undefeated season, the Heisman Trophy winner, and the national championship game in our state...it’s not something that happens everyday so we’re going to take advantage of it.”

ESPN released a playlist for the natty and LSU’s is infinitely better

If the intensity of the pre-game playlist has any bearing on who might take home the national championship Monday night, it’s LSU by a mile - or a thousand.

Empire State Building lit up in purple and gold after LSU national championship win

The Empire State Building is shining its world-famous tower lights in purple and gold on Monday, Jan. 13 to honor LSU for winning the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship.

  Benton Middle School to open doors Jan. 14, following deadly storms

A wall will be put in place to close off the sixth grade wing to students and faculty while crews work to rebuild.

Family of couple killed in Saturday storms sets up a GoFund Me

The GoFund me was set up by Elizabeth Sims, with a goal of $15,000.

NWS preliminary report confirms two tornadoes in East Texas, Northwest Louisiana

The National Weather Service in Shreveport has released a damage report following fatal storms on Jan. 10 & 11.

  BPSO names coupled killed in Haughton storms

The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the couple killed in the early morning Saturday storms.

Further boil advisories issued following storms

Two water systems in Northwest Louisiana have announced boil water advisories following storms on the morning of Jan. 11.

  Bossier man’s home split in two by falling tree

Barry Budwah has lived through severe storms in the past — but they were nothing like the nightmare he survived early Saturday morning.

The Salvation Army will be out serving Saturday night

On the evening of Saturday, Jan. 11. the Salvation Army will be hitting the streets of Shreveport.

  LSP: Parents taken into custody in Alabama; baby in hospital

The Louisiana State Police is asking anyone with any information to come forward regarding a missing newborn baby.

  Haughton woman shares how heavy storms damaged her property

“I walked out to the highway and all them lines is down out there…all them electric lines," said Lucille Jacobs. "I said ‘Lord we can’t even get out. We stuck and can’t move.’”

Boil Advisory issued for South Claiborne

South Claiborne Water System has issued a boil advisory for all customers from Highway 518 South to Arcadia down to Highway 519 and all residence below Highway 518 South.

  Upcoming classes canceled at Benton Middle School; donations accepted

A possible tornado came through Bossier Parish county and damaged local middle school.

Benton police officer shocked while stopping driver

A Benton police officer was shocked by a utility line while attempting to stop a driver.

Governor John Bel Edwards delays visit to ArkLaTex

Gov. John Bell Edwards pushes back visit due to weather.

1 dead in Oil City following severe storms

One person is dead in Oil City after storms passed through the ArkLaTex.

Two people confirmed dead in Bossier Parish following early morning storms

Bossier Sheriff’s Lieutenant Bill Davis confirms two people died after last night's severe storm.

Boil advisory issued for parts of Benton

Maintenance crews are working to restore water Saturday afternoon or early evening.