Date, time set for Independence Bowl; now, who’s playing

The date that tickets will go on sale has yet to be announced

  Furever Friends - Rain

  Body of missing Arkansas man found in wrecked pickup truck

  Clyde Fant Memorial Parkway reopened

  MPD hiring new officers, last day to take exam

  The Good Stuff: Second Impressions

Boil advisory issued for Ringgold residents until further notice

Continued Coverage

Auburn police officer reunited with K9 partner in hospital

Sobriety checkpoint planned for Bossier Parish Saturday evening

Gov. Edwards requests federal disaster assistance for Lincoln, Morehouse, and Union Parish

  IN STUDIO: Father’s Day 5K/Run Walk event

Authorities name motorcyclist killed in Bossier Parish crash

  Registration open for SciPort summer day camps

  Last day to catch ‘Steel Magnolias’ in theaters

If you haven’t made it yet, today is the last day to catch “Steel Magnolias” in theaters.

  Shreveport-Bossier public pools to open

Starting this weekend, public pools in Bossier City will open and in two weeks, Shreveport's will open.

  Proposed bill could reduce incarcerated children across state

A proposed bill swiftly making its way through the State Legislature could soon reduce the number of juveniles placed in youth detention centers across Louisiana.

  IN STUDIO: Motorcycle ride to benefit Sickle Cell Association

This weekend, the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Sickle Cell Disease Association will host its fourth annual city-wide motorcycle ride.

Some customers of S. Claiborne Water System under boil advisory

  NAACP Town Hall meeting scheduled for May 21

  Three-year-old seriously hurt in eight vehicle crash

  Veterans Job & Resource Fair to be held in Bossier City

  IHOP to offer $1 pancakes, sales benefit military children

Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

  Volunteers stay after church to build beds for children

Congregation also donated $20,000 and Bibles

  ‘Tora, Tora, Tora!’ delivers moving history lesson during Barksdale air show

Re-creation of attack on Pearl Harbor memorializes all who gave their lives

  Rainbow of Hope, A benefit event for the Philadelphia Center and Hope Connections

On Saturday, Rainbow of Hope, a benefit event for the Philadelphia Center and Hope Connections of Shreveport took place at Central station.

Opening Gate delay issued for The Defenders of Liberty Airshow

According to a release from the United States Air Force, Team Barksdale is cleaning up the airshow area and getting it ready for today’s performance.

Boil Advisory issued for a part of Caddo Parish

We will keep you updated on our KSLA News 12 App for more changes and additional areas under the advisory.

  Bossier Sheriff’s office warns residents against scammers posing as deputies

The scammer tells the caller that they are a deputy with BPSO and have a warrant for their arrest

Man arrested for possession of child porn; previously charged with animal sexual abuse

He is now back in custody at Bossier Maximum Security Facility

SC school district considering a four-day school week

According to the plan proposed by Florence School District Three Superintendent Laura Hickson, classes would be Monday through Thursday, with school days extended 1.5 hours per day.

  Woman’s Department Club celebrates 100th anniversary with grand event

This weekend, The Women’s Department Club of Shreveport hits a milestone. The organization will honor its past and look ahead to its future as it celebrates its 100 year anniversary.

  The Good Stuff: Paid in Full

Charles and Vernita Brown are living the American dream.They bought a home with help from The Fuller Center for Housing, back in 2012.

Planet Fitness locations to open doors to teens for free all summer long

Planet Fitness is inviting teenagers ages 15 – 18 to work out for free at any of its more than 1,700 Planet Fitness locations from May 15 through Sept. 1 as part of the nationwide Teen Summer Challenge initiative.

Top La. baby names of 2018 announced

Top baby names for 2018 are in!

  New study reveals Shreveport as the worst city to start a career

According to Wallet Hub, each city was examined based on 29 key metrics including openings of entry-level jobs, monthly average starting salary and workforce diversity.

  Search continues for Bossier City man missing since September

The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office is in need of the public’s help locating a Bossier City man that’s missing, going on seven months.

  Furever Friends - Peanut

Today’s Furever Friend is Peanut. He’s got some Pug in him, and may be a full-blooded Pug. He’s three-years-old, house trained and is being neutered.

LeBron James collaborates with Walmart to invest in education, fight hunger across the US

LeBron James and Walmart have formed a partnership aimed at improving education and reducing hunger in communities throughout the country.

  Paranormal Cirque hits Shreveport

This show is rated R, so children under the age of 13 are not allowed. Those ages 13-17 that wish to attend must be accompanied by an adult that is 21 years of age or older.

  Caddo Lake flooding taking a toll on residents

Caddo Lake’s water level isn’t going down quick enough for people living in the area.

  Louisiana governor addresses national cybersecurity summit in Shreveport

I-20 corridor in Louisiana now one of fastest-growing cybersecurity regions in the nation, he says

  Free mammograms offered at 5th Annual Ladies Night Out

MLK Health Center and Pharmacy offer women a chance to receive preventative breast cancer screenings.

  Motorist arrested after pedestrian struck by car in Bossier City

Authorities say it happened after an argument

Louisiana soybean farmers caught up in new round of tariffs

According to the chief economist at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than 27 million tons of soybeans could go unsold this year.

La. achieves highest state graduation rate ever

In 2018, more students in Louisiana than ever graduated from high school, according to statistics from the Louisiana Department of Education.

  Caddo, Bossier graduation rates reach all-time highs

More Louisiana students, than ever before, graduated from high school in four years in 2018.

Red River Balloon Rally returns in July

The Shreveport skies above LSUS will soon be filled with hot-air balloons as the Red River Balloon Rally returns.

  IN STUDIO: Snooze-a-Palooza Bed Race to shed light on homelessness

An event coming up in Shreveport aims to educate the community on homelessness.

  Regenerated B-52 “Wise Guy” arrives at Barksdale Air Force Base

The bomber joins "Ghost Rider" in being resurrected from "boneyard" in Arizona

  Louisiana twins earn $1.3 million each in college scholarships

Brin and Nial Wilson have been recruited by numerous colleges throughout the United States.

  Truck loses load, spilling chemicals in East Texas

Crews are working to clean up a crashed truck carrying a load of hydrogen peroxide on Tuesday afternoon.

School releases statement after teacher’s arrest

After a teacher’s arrest for her alleged sexual relationship with a student, the school has released a statement.

  First Bossier releases images, plans for new facilities

Following a fire that destroyed about 100,000 square feet late last year, First Bossier has released the plans for its new facilities.

  Real BBQ and More owner in search of kidney donor

Harvey Clay sought out a donor via Facebook and the response was overwhelming.

Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

  Trainers help student athletes through CMN

From pee-wee football, to t-ball, to varsity soccer — there’s a chance of an injury any time your child suits up for a sporting game.

  Sanctuary Glass Studio gives behind-the-scenes look into glass art on Mother’s Day

The Sanctuary Glass Studio, which is based inside Red River Brewery, gave families a chance to learn firsthand how to glass blow.

  SPD seeking identity of burglary suspect

Shreveport police detectives are hoping someone can come forward with the identity of one woman connected to a vehicle burglary late last year.

  LA Gov. issues state of emergency for NW LA parishes

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards declared a state of Emergency for three ArkLaTex parishes on Thursday, May 9.

  Families celebrate Mother’s Day at Shreveport Stuffed Shrimp Festival

The gathering continues until 11 p.m. Sunday at the Fair Grounds

  Taking it back to the 90’s at Parish Taceaux

This weekend, a 90′s themed party brought the Shreveport-Bossier Community together at Parish Taceaux.

NW LA teacher faces two counts of sexual conduct with a student

She has been released after posting bail.

LA Tech to host LSU in ‘Hoops 4 Disaster Relief’ exhibition

Louisiana Tech will host LSU in an exhibition contest called “Hoops 4 Disaster Relief” on Nov. 2.

University to honor student who died while trying to save drowning friend

April 28, 2016, will be a day forever burned into the memory of Shreveport resident Norvetta Harrison.

  Service with a smile; Celebrating OBVAMC Nurse

As we celebrate National Nurses week, we’re highlighting the special work of those who serve our veterans.

'The Divine 9 Youth Tour’ stops at Barksdale Air Force Base

It included an up close look at a B-52, K-9 demonstration and discussions on educational and career goal setting.

Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

School closures announced for May 10

Another round of school closures have been announced for Friday, May 10 following storms that tore through the ArkLaTex earlier this week.

NWS: Three more EF-1 tornadoes touched down in Louisiana

The most powerful of the 3 traveled 14.1 miles in 18 minutes.

NWS: Three EF-1 tornadoes touched down in Louisiana, Texas

More than 65,000 were left without power during the storms.

NWS preliminary report determines EF-1 tornado hit Harrison County

A National Weather Service survey team has determined an EF-1 tornado touched down in Harrison County on Thursday, near the city of Marshall.

Vote on abortion bill delayed after chaos erupts in Alabama Senate

The Alabama Senate adjourned Thursday morning without voting on the controversial bill that would ban nearly all abortions in the state.

Former LA HS football players killed in crash

Two people were killed in a Texas traffic crash Wednesday, and one of them has been identified as former Walker High School quarterback Jacobi Scott.

Terry Bradshaw named commencement speaker for LA Tech’s ceremonies

Shreveport native and football legend Terry Bradshaw will speak at Louisiana Tech's Spring Commencement Ceremony on May 25

  Furever Friends - Daisy

Today’s Furever Friend is Daisy, a 5-year-old Chiuhauha.

Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

  First responders assist residents from flooded Haughton subdivision

Crews with Haughton Police, Haughton Fire Department, East 89 Fire Department and the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office helped assist residents from a flooded subidivsion.

  Interstate 20 reopened; drivers asked to use caution

A portion of Interstate 20 is reopened following heavy rains on Thursday morning.

  School closures announced on May 9

Following a round of storms on Wednesday and heavy rains on Thursday morning, school districts have announced closures.

  More than 65,000 left without power as storms moved across ArkLaTex

That number has since fallen to 42,545, with more than half of those in Gregg County, Texas