Antique & Vintage Bazaar kicks off at Historic Scottish Rite Cathedral

The bazaar will be held on the ground floor of the Cathedral with over 21 vendors selling everything from Victorian-era to Mid-Century furniture, antique jewelry, and other home decor and collectibles.

Keep those sandbags; you might need them later

  KSLA Salutes: From clay to bronze

‘7th Annual Bossier Back-to-School Giveaway’ at Northpoint Community Church

East Texas veteran has trouble renewing driver’s license under new rule

Missing teen with autism found

DPSO Hosts Hunter Safety Course

Continued Coverage

  Bossier makes safety improvements at schools

CPSO offers safety course for college bound students

Hubig’s Pies is returning to New Orleans!

Rep. Barbara Norton to hold news conference this morning

  Foreclosure lawsuit affects part of Pierre Bossier Mall

  Project Celebration hosts domestic violence training for advocates

  Shreveport youth football team’s equipment, trailer stolen

The team has a GoFundMe campaign to help buy new equipment

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

Louisiana fishing and swimming advisories now available as an app

Fishers and swimmers can get their advisories in Louisiana through a new app.

  BPCC hosting national cyber conference later in July

In just a few weeks hundreds of people from across the country will be in Bossier City to talk about a dangerous issue that affects thousands every day — cybersecurity.

Rodessa Water System customers under boil advisory

  Raw sewage spills into Shreveport’s iconic duck pond

South Claiborne Water System issues boil advisory

Pop-Up Shelter coming to Shreveport to help those in need

The University of Arkansas Hope – Texarkana announces closures

Former DeSoto Parish deputy charged with domestic abuse

Manhunt ends in DeSoto Parish; suspect shoots self

A manhunt has ended in DeSoto Parish for a man who exchanged gunfire with deputies on Monday evening.

  Milam Street Kitchen Incubator expected to open in August

Originally the kitchen was set to open by October 2018, but weather caused some delays.

9-year-old creates social media challenge to clean up hometown streets after Barry

A 9 year old girl of Franklin, La. has taken to social media to encourage residents to clean out the town’s drains after Hurricane Barry.

  Woman returns to ArkLaTex to search for missing son

It’s a 1,300-mile trip from South Dakota that she’s now made countless times - never giving up hope

VA MISSION Act allows veterans to access urgent cares

The VA MISSION Act allows vets to go to any urgent care or walk-in care provider in the VA's network.

  Man dies following shooting, police searching for possible gunmen

A man is fighting for his life after being shot multiple times — and police are searching for the person who did it.

  Woman carjacked outside Proud Mary’s

Shreveport police are investigating after a group of men held a woman at gunpoint and stole her car at a popular restaurant.

  Teen injured in early morning shooting on Saturday

Police say the teen was working on his truck when he was struck by gunfire.

  More than 100 run in the 4th annual Red River Balloon Rally 5K

This year, a diverse group of 112 men and women competed

Louisiana Greyhound bus routes affected due to Tropical Storm Barry

Services have been affected until further notice

Southern Louisiana nursing home patients evacuated to Shreveport ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

EMTs and paramedics from the ambulance service assisted with unloading residents and performed simple triage.

Caddo coroner identifies motel pool drowning victim

His drowning is under investigation by the Shreveport Police Department.

  Northwest Louisiana Cajun Navy deploys to South Louisiana

Four men with the Cajun Navy of Northwest Louisiana are making their way down to Lafayette, LA.

  Texas Mission of Mercy offers free dental clinic

Services include basic pain relief, dental cleaning, fillings and extractions.

  Arkansas Department of Corrections’ van hit while transporting inmates

The van was being used to transport inmates to work detail.

  Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Event this weekend in Shelby County

It’s Christmas in July here in the ArkLaTex for horse lovers!

  Maranda at Work: Hot air balloonist

There aren't too many hot air balloonists in Northwest Louisiana, but if you ask around, you might hear of Pat Harwell.

Preparing for TS Barry: D.I.Y. Disaster Supply Kit

Here's a checklist of highly recommended supplies to add in your supply kit you need in case of an emergency:

Some Benton Water System customers under boil advisory

A small area in the Benton Water System is under a boil advisory.

  Northwest Louisiana first responders prepare for Tropical Storm Barry

Several area agencies are preparing for Tropical Storm Barry’s impact on Northwest Louisiana and across the state.

BPSO reports significant decrease in vehicle burglaries

Vehicle burglaries in Bossier Parish are down by almost half since 2018, according to the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Dallas police locate possible remains of 18-month-old, 1 person arrested

He was discovered missing when his family awoke Wednesday morning.

  Funeral services announced for slain BAFB airman

Bailey was killed in a shooting in south Shreveport on June 30. Also killed was Brandan C. Brown of Bossier City.

SWEPCO bills to decrease due to federal tax cuts

This tax cut will save SWEPCO’s 231,000 Louisiana customers over $24 million in a three-month period.

Eastern Cass Water Supply issues boil advisory

Following a water main break, certain customers in the Eastern Cass Water Supply system are under a boil advisory.

La. state officials opens State Emergency Operations Center

Louisiana state officials have made the decision to activate the state’s State Emergency Operations Center as Potential Tropical Cyclone Two moves toward the central gulf coast.

  Air conditioning repair business booms during heatwave

Heat-related deaths have dropped by 80 percent in the past 60 years

Church eliminates $6.2M worth of medical debt in Indiana

Stories of medical debt from within the church’s own congregation motivated members to give.

  ‘The Good Stuff’ honored as part of national Edward R. Murrow Award

Two ‘The Good Stuff’ reports by KSLA News 12's Doug Warner are part of a national Edward R. Murrow award recently given to KSLA News 12.

  Coroner identifies pedestrian struck, killed in South Highlands

Rodney R. Self, 79, was struck and killed by a vehicle around 11:30 p.m. at the intersection of Creswell Avenue and McCormick Street.

Company recalls hamburger, hot dog buns sold in multiple states

The company says there is a potential presence of small pieces of hard plastic that may have been introduced during production.

Starbucks rolls out new Tie-Dye Frappuccino

The drink is only available for a limited time at participating Starbucks stores in the U.S. and Canada.

  Food Bank of NWLA in need of donations this summer

The summer is typically when the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana usually start to struggle with donations.

Woman arrested after dozens of animals, some dead, dropped off at shelter

A woman is in jail after police said she dropped off a UHaul full of dogs and cats at Memphis Animal Services.

Hot weather has Meals On Wheels drivers checking on senior citizens

“You have to, you have to. You never know what they’re going through"

CPSO to host CSI camp July 23-24; registration underway

The class is free for Caddo Parish residents, but seating is limited to the first 25 participants.

Natural gas safety tips for potentially severe weather

CenterPoint Energy is closely monitoring the forecasts as potentially severe weather heads toward the Gulf of Mexico.

  Beat the Heat: Tips for surviving hot weather

Extreme heat can occur quickly, without warning.

  IN STUDIO: 42nd Annual Sickle Cell Softball Tournament

This year’s Sickle Cell Softball Tournament will be held this weekend.

  IN STUDIO: Mamma Mia comes to Shreveport Little Theatre

If you’re a fan of musicals — and the Swedish supergroup ABBA — then you’re in for a treat.

SPD seeks identity of church vandalism suspect

Detectives with the Shreveport Police Department are hoping someone can help identify a person possibly involved with a church vandalism.

Wreck blocks traffic on Cross Lake Bridge

A wreck has slowed traffic on the Cross Lake Bridge going east on Tuesday morning.

Free Chick-Fil-A? Just show up in your best... cow outfit

Hungry? Make your 'moove' to Chick-Fil-A.

Drill for emergency crews to be held at Haughton High

On Tuesday morning, first responders in Bossier Parish will perform a response drill at Haughton High School.

  Retro Downtown among new businesses coming to the heart of Shreveport

Shreveport is seeing more victories than defeats in its downtown business community.

  Walmart associate and twins benefit from company campaign

A mother collected donations for Children's Miracle Network — but never knew how the organization would become a part of her life.

  Shreveport councilwoman’s case sent to district court

Following Shreveport Councilwoman LeVette Fuller’s arrest for DWI, officials will send the case to district court.

  Rollover crash blocks traffic south of Texarkana

Crews are responding to a crash south of Texarkana in Bowie County.

  Mother of 4-year-old girl in custody; girl returned home

The Arkansas State Police are searching for a missing 4-year-old girl on Monday morning.

Funeral procession to impact travel in Bossier City, LaDOTD says

Parts of East Texas Street, Airline Drive to be affected

  East Texas city of Marshall says goodbye to red light cameras

Those ticketed before the program ended are not off the hook, police say

Disney Channel’s Cameron Boyce dead at age 20

The young actor was best known for his role in the Disney show “Jessie” and the movie “Descendants.”

  Funeral held for slain Shreveport postal worker

The funeral of Shreveport Postal worker Antonio Williams was held at Shreveport Municipal Auditorium on June 29.

  ‘Abortion is Freedom’ billboards cause controversy in Waskom, city declared the act illegal

Two Austin based non-profits have put up back-to-back billboards on Interstate 20, to challenge Waskom City Council’s decision to ban abortions in the city.

8-year-old critically injured in head on collision

All three have been transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Baton Rouge native named First Rookie of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2020 issue

Baton Rouge native, Brooks Nader, has been named the first-ever, in-person Sports Illustrated rookie for the magazine’s 2020 Swimsuit issue, SI reports.

  Maranda at Work: Kenzie’s Cakes & More

Starting a business might not seem like much to some, but it’s pretty big for Mckenzie especially since she’s done all of this while attending school, and being a mom at the age of 21.

  SPD: Man sneaks into employees only area, takes off with cash

Do you know who this man is? Shreveport police want to know.