Caddo Coroner’s Office IDs victim in fatal Sunset Acres crash

The identity of a Shreveport woman killed in an early morning crash was released by the Caddo Parish Coroner’s Office.

1 dead, 1 injured in early morning crash

Driver grazed by bullet while driving, suspects sought

  Marshall ISD unleashes a sea of red, white for Hayden

13 Bossier, Caddo students are National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

SPD officer charged with possession, illegal use of firearm

Overton Brooks VA honors POW/MIA with remembrance ceremony

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  IN STUDIO: Cystic Fibrosis 5K to be held in October

  Celebrated educator sees success with his unique teaching style

  Police union opposes addition of Raymond to police chief finalists

  Over 2,000 without power in Northwest Louisiana

Barksdale Air Force Base airmen run to Honor the Fallen

  Minden company has hired dozens, hopes to hire more as it expands

  Egan Street killing has residents seeking end to violence

Wednesday night’s shooting death on Egan Street is causing concerns among residents.

Tributes to honor East Texas student killed in wreck

Marshall ISD, surrounding districts to wear red in memory of Hayden Blalock; balloon release set, rain or shine

  Landowners discuss Cypress Black Bayou tax millage propositions up for vote

“For years and years there’s been controversy about the boat sticker and the launch fees, and then the land owner fees."

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

  Two SPD officers released from hospital following accident

  3rd annual L.I.N.K. Fest bringing Shreveport-Bossier entrepreneurs together

  SPD responds to KSLA story on stolen police unit, investigation ongoing

Candidates for Louisiana Senate, Caddo Commission seats to speak at Broadmoor association meeting

  Furever Friends - Cinnamon & Peanut Butter

  KSLA Salutes: Lowe-McFarlane Post 14 celebrates its 100th birthday

  Local Guitar Show gives back to local schools

This year’s annual guitar show featured many vintage guitars from ArkLaTex collectors.

Councilman Jerry Bowman adds Raymond to list of finalists for SPD chief

Shreveport City Councilman Jerry Bowman released a statement on Wednesday night regarding the search for the city’s new Chief of Police.

  Progress now visible on Walter O. Bigby Carriageway

Work began 4 months ago on latest effort to address train-related traffic delays for Bossier City motorists

  Marshall, Texas, mourns student-athlete killed in wreck

News of his passing shocked the Marshall High campus, where he was a football player and a Future Farmers of America member

  Robinson’s Rescue to hold ‘Dogtoberfest’

Many restaurants and breweries have been transforming into pet-friendly venues.

  Eager students gather to learn more about the importance of college

Dozens of middle and high school students from across Northwest Louisiana gathered at Southern University Shreveport to learn more about valuable lesson many likely don’t learn in the classroom — life in college.

  Dak Prescott named Sportsperson of the Year by Walk-On’s Independence Bowl

An ArkLaTex legend, Haughton's Dak Prescott, has been named Walk-On's Independence Bowl Carl Mikovic Sportsperson of the Year.

Shreveport police ends standoff in Hyde Park neighborhood

Shreveport police are working to learn more about a standoff situation that took place on Wednesday morning.

  DigiFest South Expo back in Bossier City for ninth year

The 9th annual educational conference hosted by the Bossier Arts Council kicked off Friday September 13th with a game development competition called DigiCode.

Shreveport church hosts security information meeting

A Shreveport church will hold an event in the hopes to keep others safe.

  Some fear SPD chief hiring process might hurt bond issue vote

Friction in the hiring process might have some wondering whether they should trust city officials to be good stewards of the $186 million

“My top priority is public safety.” Mayor Perkins addresses police chief search

"Selecting the individual who will lead the Shreveport Police Department is a matter I take seriously."

Bossier police searching for teen runaway

Have you seen 15-year-old Trinicia Dudley?

Marshall ISD bus involved in crash

A Marshall Independent School Bus has been involved in a crash on Tuesday morning.

  Empty Bossier school bus involved in crash; busy road closed

A crash involving a Bossier Parish school bus has closed a busy roadway on Tuesday morning.

  Interstate 20 west in Bossier City reopened following tractor-trailer fire

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced that Interstate 20 west is reopened again after a fiery wreck early Tuesday morning.

  City Council to have its say in selection of Shreveport police chief

Just when you thought all the controversy had faded in the process to hire a new Shreveport Police Chief there's yet another twist.

  Tentative trial date set for men accused of killing SPD officer

A Caddo Parish judge has set a possible trial date for the men accused in the death of Shreveport Police Officer Chatéri Payne.

Caddo Parish sheriff’s deputy involved in wreck

A Caddo Parish sheriff’s deputy is recovering after being involved in a wreck on Monday morning.

  Free child seat inspections to be held in La. on Sept. 21

Venues across Louisiana will host free car seat inspections on Saturday, Sept. 21.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Home invasion suspect seen on doorbell cam

Do you know this man?

  Caddo Parish Commission to push gun control

On Monday, Sept. 16, Caddo Parish Commissioners will urge lawmakers to do something about mass shootings.

  Shreveport Regional Airport sees more flyers this summer

May through August brought over 250,000 people to the airport which was an increase of 11 percent compared to last year’s numbers.

  16th Annual Highland Jazz and Blues Festival at Columbia Park

The Highland Jazz and Blues Festival continues its great run, as hundreds filled Columbia Park for the 16th annual Highland Jazz and Blues Festival. Festival Goers got a chance to experience music, food and art at this year’s festival

  House fire displaces Shreveport family of four, pet overnight

According to reports, as authorities were approaching the scene, flames could be seen shooting through the roof of the home.

Burn ban issued in Bossier Parish

A burn ban has been issued for Bossier Parish.

UPDATE: Boil Advisory lifted in Bossier City

The boil advisory issued for a small part of Bossier City has been lifted as of Saturday evening.

  Louisiana game wardens issue dove season citations in Bossier, Caddo Parishes

Three citations were issued to hunters in Bossier Parish and four citations were given in Caddo Parish.

  Provisional Police Chief Ben Raymond not recommended by search advisory board to be Shreveport’s police chief

Mayor Adrian Perkins says he will name a permanent police chief at the next city council meeting.

  Caddo Parish Animal Services offers $13 adoptions on Friday the 13th

Are you looking to add a four-legged friend to your family?

  PRIZE FEST: Fashion Prize hits the Catwalk

Fashion Prize is a continuation of the spring’s Fashion Project.

  Man wanted for sharing nude images without permission

Ladarrell Washington, 38, is 5′6″ and weighs about 220 pounds.

  East Texas Taco Fest back again in Marshall Saturday

There will be plenty of live music throughout the day and chihuahua races, a jalapeno eating contest, a salsa competition and Lucha Libre wrestling.

  Disturbing study results on stranger danger online

There's some troubling news from a new study about our children's cyber safety.

  KSLA Salutes: Baking the next bite

Her journey as a chef began right after high school in 1997 when she joined the Air Force.

Boil advisory issued in part of Bossier City

It is recommended that those in the affected area boil their water for one minute before consuming it until the advisory is lifted.

  IN STUDIO: East Texas Taco Fest to take place in Marshall

If Taco Tuesday is your favorite day - then I’ve got good news for you.

Bossier Parish Police Juror pleads guilty to DWI, sentenced

A Bossier Police Juror pleaded guilty in court to first-offence DWI in court on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

  Furever Friends - Oakley

This week’s Furever Friend is Oakley. He’s a 3 1/2 month old Pit Bull mix that was found in the country. He’s been at Pet Savers for about a month.

  Bossier teen named in fatal Shreveport crash

The Caddo Parish Coroner’s Office has named the young woman killed in a crash late Wednesday night.

Bossier City Farmer’s Market returns on Sept. 14

The Bossier City Farmer’s Market is back!

  Fourth community bond meeting scheduled for Sept. 12

Since late August the city has been holding community meetings to inform the public about a $186 million bond proposal up for vote on the November ballot.

  Shreveport Common Park set to open Nov. 2

When it happens, there will be a six-week festival celebrating the new venue

  Many recall ‘flashbulb memories’ of 9/11 terrorist attacks

Some say these memories can serve as a search light as America moves forward

SLIDESHOW: 9/11 events around the ArkLaTex

Below are photos from in and around the ArkLaTex of citizens honoring those lost on September 11, 2001.

Thomasville Water System issues boil advisory for customers

Another Northwest Louisiana water system has announced a boil advisory for its customers.

Bowie County placed under burn ban

The Bowie County Sheriff’s Office issued a burn ban.

Warrant Wednesday: SPD names 3 wanted men

Have you seen these men?

  AARP, Caddo Sheriff to host shredding event

Need some documents shredded?

  Shreveport-Bossier group honors 9/11 victims with moving tribute

For its 7th year, Team Red White and Blue’s Shreveport-Bossier chapter will be moving an American Flag down Clyde Fant Parkway in Shreveport as part of its 9/11 tribute.

  Taxpayers say repeat work fuels perception of waste

With so much money being spent on construction projects in Shreveport, some people are watching out for potential government waste

Forum to focus on safety of churches, daycare centers

Gathering particularly geared toward congregations, others that lack paid security services

  IN STUDIO: ‘Ark-La-Tex’s Got Stars’ talent show

An upcoming event will showcase Shreveport-Bossier’s most talented in this year’s Ark-La-Tex’s Got Talent Showcase.

  Louisiana man admits in court to raping a juvenile

A man was sentenced to decades behind bars following his day in court on Tuesday.

2 NWLA water systems issue boil notices

Two Northwest Louisiana water systems have issued boil advisories following a power outage.

  Annual Shreveport-Bossier Mini Maker Faire Inspires students

Hundreds of bright, young minds filled the agriculture building at LA State Fair Grounds for this year’s Maker’s Faire.

  SW AR authorities searching for missing man

Have you seen Tony Martz?

  Desoto Parish Schools offering new electrical field pathway for students

The state of Louisiana recently approved a new electrician pathway for students to training and hands on skills with local electricians.