Shreveport police to hold seat belt check point

  Shreveport police name woman in stabbing, shooting

  Free drive-thru food distribution in Marshall and Longview on Thursday, May 28

  Veterinarian gives ballistic vests to 4-legged deputies

Bossier City Farmers Market is open

  Driver crashes car into Shreveport home; no injuries reported

Continued Coverage

  SFD puts out fire in subdivision; seven people safely exit home

  Shreveport gas station robbed at gunpoint; suspect sought

  Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport offering community testing May 27-29

Treatment center works through pandemic to provide care to those struggling with abuse

  Baby ‘Juju’ recovering from bullet wound

Governor warns that a “Newer peak or a higher peak,” could be on the way

BCPD releases name of victim in fatal shooting; suspect sought

The Bossier City Police Department has released the name man found shot and later died on Monday, May 25.

NWLA Mardi Gras Association encourages cancellation of coronations, grand bals

As of May 2020, next year’s parades are still scheduled to roll on in Northwest Louisiana if it is safe and responsible to do so.

Victim named in fatal Harrison County crash

The Texas Department of Safety has named the driver in a fatal crash on Monday night.

  SPD: 10-month-old shot, expected to recover; suspects sought

A baby boy is fighting for his life at a Shreveport hospital after being shot late Monday night.

  Man shot while driving, SPD investigating

  COVID-19 pandemic alters Memorial Day observances

  Military veteran shares his thoughts on Memorial Day

Vehicle crashes into home in Hollywood neighborhood

  Praise Temple is spreading the gospel, not the virus

  KSLA Salutes: Honoring the late Army Sgt. Craig Nelson

Natchitoches Alligator Park closing

Natchitoches Alligator Park closing

Teens arrested in connection to retail and car thefts

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office investigated the incident and later identified three males; ages ranging from 15 to 18.

  TAPD: Nude man asks police to kill him, threatens officers

Police in Texarkana, Arkansas are working to determine why a man was asking officers to kill him on Saturday.

  Texarkana recording studio shot up; police investigating

Texarkana Arkansas police are working to learn more after a business was sprayed with bullets on Saturday morning.

Shreveport’s Sears Hometown Store announces closing

One of the last Sears-branded stores in Shreveport-Bossier City announced on Friday that it will soon close its doors.

Fire Marshal: Man torches truck in an attempt to cover up DWI

A man is facing several charges after officials say he set his own truck on fire.

  Shocking video of credit union carjacking in broad daylight; suspect sought

Shreveport Police are investigating a carjacking at the Willis Knighton Credit Union on Mansfield Road.

  Louisiana tattoo shops struggle to survive, yet cannot re-open

The emergency order keeping tattoo shops closed across the state of Louisiana has sent shock waves through that industry.

  Texarkana city parks reopen after COVID-19 closures

After weeks of waiting, parks in the city of Texarkana were able to reopen on both sides of the state line.

  KSLA Salutes: Shreveport VA hosts Memorial Day hot dog drive-thru Friday

The VA handed out around 600 hot dogs to veterans, and they also provided them with free reusable masks.

  Childhood immunizations down during COVID-19 pandemic

“We don’t have a vaccine for coronavirus — but we do have vaccines for all these other diseases.”

Police search for missing Shreveport man

Have you seen this man?

INTERACTIVE MAPS: COVID-19 cases in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas

In an effort to keep you and your loved ones safe, KSLA is providing a list of things you need to know, amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Bossier Schools class of 2020 “Bring it Home”

Bossier Schools will now hold outdoor ceremonies at each high school’s stadium.

  Marshall Restaurants discuss expanding to 50% capacity under phase two reopening

Restaurants operating at 25% capacity can also expand to 50% capacity Friday, but not every restaurant is on board with this plan.

A blown surge arrester caused a massive power outage in Bossier-Webster Parish

This morning over 19,000 residents are without power in Bossier Parish according to SWEPCO’s outage map.

  Help wanted at Goodwill Industries to reopen more stores

100 jobs available

State sees largest single day increase in COVID-19 cases since reporting began

Gov. Asa Hutchinson update on 5/21 for the public on the state of Arkansas's response to COVID-19, including the latest cases and deaths.

  “Freed & Furious”: Convicted child molester released on special bond 3 months into 5-year sentence

A man convicted and sentenced to molestation of a juvenile is now out on a rare bond — after only three months behind bars.

  Pandemic making it harder to help domestic violence victims

Domestic violence hotlines have seen a dramatic increase in calls across the country since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Firefighters battle debris fire at west Shreveport recycling center

Crews remain on scene of a debris fire at a west Shreveport recycling center on Thursday morning.

  United Way of NWLA creates special fund to help families struggling during coronavirus pandemic

United Way of Northwest Louisiana has also created a survey to hear from families that have been impacted by COVID-19.

  Shreveport police investigating double shooting

Two men are injured following a shooting overnight, and police are working to put the pieces together.

Shooting perplexes some who live on, near Dudley Drive

Woman told police she was shot in the shoulder by a man driving an SUV

FULL BRIEFING: Arkansas daily COVID-19 update for 5/20

An update on the state of Arkansas's response to COVID-19, including the latest cases, recoveries, and deaths.

Victim named in Woodford Street fatal shooting

The Caddo Parish Coroner’s Office has identified the man found shot dead on Monday, May 18.

Man charged with attempted murder in connection to Many shooting

Many Police are working to learn more about a shooting on Tuesday, May 19.

  La Film Prize changes requirements to help more filmmakers across Louisiana

This year the Louisiana Film Prize is expanding its shooting zone from Northwest Louisiana to the entire state of Louisiana.

SPD: Person robbed while attempting to buy Xbox; suspect sought

Police are hoping someone will come forward following a robbery last Thursday.

Over 1,000 active cases; Ark. to test every nursing home patient, staff starting June 1

Dr. Smith said as of Tuesday there are 1,082 active cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas, with 630 in the community, 369 in correctional facilities, and 83 are in nursing homes.

  ‘The Lord’s work’: ArkLaTex nonprofit continues serving those in need through pandemic

“You cannot do anything being hungry. I don’t know, if it weren’t for Christian Service, I don’t know where people would get a hot meal.”

  Hair Salon reopens after being closed for nearly two months

Local Hair Salon reopens after being shutdown due to the governors stay at home order

  Reopening of Louisiana OMV locations brings long lines

As the State of Louisiana moves to reopen services to the public, visitors at Shreveport's office of motor vehicle locations had to wait in long lines.

State Fair of Louisiana extends ‘Fair Food Drive-In Days’

Fair Food Drive-In Days roll on.

  Shreve Memorial & Bossier Libraries offering curbside pickup service

Shreve Memorial and Bossier Libraries began offering curbside pickup to their patrons this week.

Louisiana moves to Phase 1; what’s open?

There are 34,709 people with COVID-19 in the state, 26,249 recovered patients and 2,440 deaths.

  Shreveport Aquarium opens on Monday

The Shreveport reopens its doors on may 18 after a brief shutdown due to Covid-19 pandemic.

  More of what’s back open or reopening in Northwest Louisiana

If you know of a place that should be on this list, please contact us

  Strong storms move across the ArkLaTex

Strong storms are moving across the ArkLaTex on Saturday, May 16.

  Person injured in Shreveport shooting; suspect sought

Shreveport police are working to learn more about a shooting that left one person injured on Saturday afternoon.

Bossier Parish departments begin reopening; here’s what you need to know

Beginning Monday, May 18 the Bossier Parish police jury, all branches of the library system, parish parks, and the parish’s Section 8 housing office will reopen.

  Businesses fighting to survive through the COVID-19 pandemic

Despite the enthusiasm about the beginning of Phase 1 reopening in Louisiana — there are businesses either working hard to survive or on the verge of shuttering their company doors permanently.

  Bossier City loses $1.5 million in tax revenue due to DiamondJacks Casino closing

According to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board, DiamondJacks brings in $7.5 million to the state and $1.5 million to Bossier City in tax revenue.

Benteler Steel/Tube to lay off nearly 400 workers

In a filing from the Louisiana Workforce Commission, Benteler Steel in Shreveport will soon lay off hundreds of workers.

Barksdale Air Force Base eases restrictions

Barksdale Air Force Base is lifting the restrictions that only allowed mission-critical personnel on the base.

Shreveport and Bossier City officials postpone baseball season until Phase Two

Mayor Adrian Perkins and Mayor Lorenz Walker have decided that the cities of Shreveport and BossierCity will postpone baseball during Phase One.

DiamondJacks Casino to permanently close

“In light of the sudden, unforeseeable market conditions that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic, the difficult decision has been made to close the casino,” said Diana Thornton, Vice President of Finance at DiamondJacks.

  Shreveport gyms open doors early under Phase 1 reopening Friday

At midnight Anytime Fitness in South Highlands opened their doors up to members again, while the YMCA open their doors at 5 a.m. after being closed for nearly two months.

  KSLA Salutes: COVID-19 impacts National Guard Youth Challenge Program

“We didn’t know what COVID-19 was going to turn out to be so we immediately sent all of our cadets back to their homes."

Businesses take steps to protect patrons during the first phase of Louisiana’s reopening

After crisscrossing the Shreveport-Bossier City area, we discovered shops and businesses of all kinds are ready for you

  Bossier Chamber of Commerce chalks up sidewalks to encourage businesses during 1st phase of reopening LA

The long-awaited first phase of reopening Louisiana starts Friday

  Shreveport City Council votes in interim council member

The Shreveport City Council unanimously voted in Tabatha Taylor as the interim member for District A.

Gov. Edwards speaks during Phase 1 virtual town hall

There are 33,489 people with COVID-19 in Louisiana and 2,351 deaths.

LSU celebrating Spring graduates Friday, May 15

There will be over 4,000 graduates participating in a virtual graduation ceremony.

  State Fair of Louisiana’s “Fair Food Drive-In Days” kicks off Thursday May 14

From 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. people can drive thru their food court like set up and purchase everything from corn dogs, funnel cakes, cotton candy and more.

  Mayor decides to keep Shreveport’s playgrounds, pools, splash pads, rec centers and basketball courts closed

Walking trails at public parks will remain open once Louisiana’s stay-at-home order expires

  North Caddo Medical Center providing COVID-19 antibody testing

Results from the test typically will be available in 24 hours or less and, there are no out of pocket costs to for those who are insured or uninsured.

  25% occupancy has business owners doing the math

Another challenge is rehiring workers who had to be laid off