Deputies looking for man after high speed chase

Caddo Parish deputies are searching for a man following a high speed chase in Blanchard.

SPD arrest man accused of sex crime

MISD to suspend virtual learning option

Daily Report: Arkansas Dept. of Health monitoring COVID-19

A little cooler for the weekend

  Shreveport man arrested for pornography involving juveniles

Mental health specialist faces charges for sexual assault and solicitation of murder

Continued Coverage

  DeSoto Parish tests students, staff members for COVID-19 after students show “flu-like” symptoms

What we know about the 25,800 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

Cold front brings rain and storms today

  Consignment sales offer options for holiday season shopping

Newborn baby taken from Louisiana hospital found safe

Griff’s of Shreveport damaged in morning fire

  COVID-19 forces more high school football game cancellations

COVID-19 has struck again, causing more cancellations of high school football games locally.

First Alert! Cooling down a little for the weekend

Unsettled pattern returns as well for much of next week

  AP FACT CHECK: Falsehoods and fumbles in Trump-Biden debate

A look at how their statements from Nashville, Tennessee, stack up with the facts.

Boil advisory issued for East Central Bossier Water System

A boil water advisory has been issued for the East Central Bossier Water System due to a broken water main.

Gov. Edwards: ‘We still have a long road ahead of us to full recovery’

  Hurricane Chris, four others indicted for recent homicides

LSU presidential search committee sets ‘aggressive’ timeline to fill position

Harrison County runaway teens found safe

Officers looking for suspect wanted in recent shooting

Gov. Edwards announces increase in capacity for high school stadiums

Rain chances return Friday, big changes next week

Big changes could be on the way for the ArkLaTex.

  KSLA News 12 earns 13 EMMY nominations

KSLA News 12 received a total of 13 nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America Chapter on Thursday, October 22.

Bossier Parish Schools offer free lunch for all students

All students, regardless of income, will receive free breakfast and lunch at school. The free meals were made possible by the U.S Department of Agriculture and Congress working together to extend federal waivers through the end of the school year.

Mansfield Elementary and Mansfield Middle transition to virtual-only learning

DeSoto Parish Schools have decided to send students back home to Mansfield due to COVID-19 concerns.

  Three men injured in north Shreveport shooting; suspect sought

Shreveport detectives and crime scene investigators remain on scene.

  Louisiana voters to decide on permitting sports betting

Before Louisiana residents cast their ballots in the General Election, voters will decide whether or not to legalize sports betting in their parish.

  Two C-130s here to take on Louisiana mosquitoes

Have you seen these Hercules aircraft flying around Barksdale?

Fall could return next week

This whole week has been very warm and well above normal. That might chance next week after two cold front move in to cool things back down

  ID mix-up during early voting resolved for Caddo Parish voter

With more than 41 million Americans already voting in the 2020 election, there’s a strong feeling that people want their voices heard this year. So imagine the surprise some people get when they arrive to vote only to discover their name is not on the voter registry.

  Family claims poor upkeep at Shreveport cemetery

She said the grass covers her parents' plaques and gets progressively worse every time she visits.

  Firefighters battle house fire on Earl Street

Firefighters battled a house fire today at approximately 5 p.m. on Earl Street in Shreveport.

5 in La. accused of stealing from now-bankrupt unemployment fund

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry says the state has arrested five people for allegedly stealing unemployment benefits.

REPORT: LSU self-imposes penalties on football program; bans Odell Beckham Jr. for 2 years

LSU is imposing penalties on its football program after an investigation revealed booster payments to the father of a student-athlete, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.

Baton Rouge couple reacts to same-sex union endorsement from Pope Francis

Pope Francis' comments on same-sex marriage have gained a lot of attention, including in Baton Rouge.

Walker man arrested for possesing child pornography

Louisiana State Police say they have arrested a Walker man for downloading child pornography after a joint investigation with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.

Build up your credit from scratch with these tips

It’s easy to think being completely debt-free is great, but financial experts say some debt is good debt.

Is your child complaining of headaches? Too much screen time could be to blame

If you're child is complaining of headaches, it's possible too much screen time is to blame.

  Additional charges filed against accused child molester

Detectives with the Bossier City Police Department Juvenile Crimes Unit have obtained additional arrest warrants for Stacey Glenn Wilhite, 52, of Bossier City.

Two Ohio aircrafts deployed to Barksdale AFB; used in mosquito control operation

The planes will spray in Acadia, Calcasieu, Cameron, Iberia, Jeff Davis, Lafayette, and Vermilion parishes

  Next up in hunt for COVID-19 vaccine: Testing shots in kids

Multiple vaccine candidates are in final-stage studies in tens of thousands of adults, and scientists are hopeful that the next few months will bring evidence that at least some of them are safe and effective enough for widespread use.

Terrebonne Parish man killed in head-on collision with school bus

A 43-year-old man was killed after a head-on collision with a school bus carrying 16 students in Terrebonne Parish, according to Louisiana State Police.

CPSO to host Drug Take Back Day on Saturday

CPSO will be collecting old, unwanted and expired controlled substances and medications inside the Safety Town Building at 8910 Jewella Avenue from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Judge charges man who ‘confessed’ to killing 2 women

A judge found probable cause Wednesday to charge a man with capital murder after sheriff’s investigators say he confessed to killing two people.

Shreveport man accused of improper acts with juveniles, charged

His bond is set at $100,000.

Warm and dry until Friday

The muggy weather sticks around for the ArkLaTex.

  Shreveport nonprofit to distribute COVID-19 supply kits

Each kit contains disposable masks, gloves, disinfectant spray, as well as trustworthy information on the effects of COVID-19.

  Century-old city charter up for possible changes in Marshall

The East Texas city’s governing document has been in place since 1909

ADH reports increase in flu cases

For the week ending with Oct. 17, the state reported “minimal,” or 1 out of 13 influenza-like-illness (ILI) activity levels.

Fall pattern hides again

Warmth and humidity are sticking to us

  Southwood High football team under quarantine

The Southwood High School football team in under quarantine after three people in close contact with the team tested positive for COVID-19.

Woman pleads guilty to stabbing man, burning body

According to the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s office, a Shreveport woman has pled guilty to stabbing a man to death and burning his body in late 2018.

Gov. on NEA: “You’ve got contrarians. I hope you have leaders who will say this is important to our hospitals.”

Continuing numbers of cases indicate mask mandate is not being adhered to, Dr. Jose Romero says.

Ballot counting concerns this November election

Election officials take measures to keep ballots safe during election.

High school seniors should complete FAFSA by Feb. 1

Not completing the FAFSA could mean students miss out on free money.

  Man followed and shot on I-220 E

A man is recovering in the hospital after being shot while driving on Interstate 220.

Boil advisory lifted for Waterworks District 7

The boil water advisory issued for the Waterworks District 7 system in Keithville has been rescinded.

Woman’s body found in Red River in Southeast Oklahoma; authorities investigating

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is working to learn more after the discovery of a woman’s body in the Red River last week.

‘Gimme Some Lovin’ rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

Davis formed the Spencer Davis Group in 1963, with a teenage Steve Winwood on keyboards and guitar, his brother Muff Winwood on bass and Pete York on drums.

Vinton teen accused of setting neighbor’s apartment on fire twice out of boredom

A 17-year-old Vinton teenager is accused of setting his neighbor’s apartment on fire twice.

Bossier City PD: Teen found in Southeast Louisiana; another still missing

Bossier City Police announced that they have located a missing teen — and are still searching for another.

Warm and muggy conditions rest of week

We are tracking above average temperatures for the ArkLaTex.

  Members of Southwood H.S. football team quarantined; two games canceled

Two upcoming Southwood High School football games are canceled and Homecoming is rescheduled after a few team members tested positive for COVID-19.

  STOMP OUT BULLYING: October is Nat’l Bullying Prevention Month

One ArkLaTex teen is raising awareness about bullying by celebrating unity.

  Caddo Sheriff’s Office collecting food for families in need ahead of holidays

Thanksgiving is still well over a month away — but the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office is wasting no time making sure families in need have food on the table.

  Man suspected of triple homicide has a long criminal history

He has been arrested at least 19 times in 12 years, including arrests on charges of murder and attempted murder

  Teen who was wounded in bed by stray bullet returns home

“You come outside, you got a car and a body laying on your yard and bullets in your house"

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx to land on Bennu asteroid and collect sample, Tuesday

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will attempt to retrieve a sample from an asteroid named Bannu, and is expected to deliver the sample to Earth by 2023.

Saints have ‘productive’ meeting with New Orleans mayor about returning fans to Mercedes-Benz Superdome in phases

The New Orleans Saints had a “productive” meeting with New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, her administrations, and the president and CEO of Ochsner Health about a phased approach to safely returning fans to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for Saints games during the remainder of the 2020 season.

Investigation continues in Oct. 18 fatal shooting

Investigators with the Shreveport Police Department are continuing to learn more about a fatal shooting on Sunday that left a man dead and a teen injured.

Man shot dead by Family Dollar customer who was angry for long wait in checkout line, Cleveland police say

Homicide detectives are investigating a murder that stemmed from an argument between two customers at a Cleveland Family Dollar store.

Amarillo police searching for missing 13-year-old girl

The Amarillo Police Department is asking for help locating a missing 13-year-old girl.

See LSU’s full football schedule; TV schedule updated

LSU will host South Carolina at 6 p.m. on ESPN on Oct. 24 and the kickoff time has been confirmed for LSU at Auburn on CBS on Oct. 31.

Guitars played, made by Eddie Van Halen go to auction

Each of the Van Halen guitars is expected to fetch between $60,000 and $80,000.

UPDATE: Missing Mississippi boys found safe in Lincoln County

The days long search for two missing boys from Pascagoula is over, and both are safe. Officials say they were found Monday morning in Lincoln County, near Brookhaven, Mississippi.

  Shreveport’s Commission on Race and Diversity to hold virtual event on Oct. 22

The City of Shreveport’s Commission on Race and Diversity will hold a virtual political forum on Thursday, October 22. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. and can be viewed at shreveportla.gov, GBCShreveport on Facebook and the Shreveport Commission on Race’s Facebook page as well.

  CVS Health to hire 15,000 workers ahead of flu season

The company needs help administering COVID-19 tests and flu shots.

Scattered showers to start week

Scattered showers followed by warm weather this week.

Tropical Depression 27 forms, continuing record Hurricane Season

The 2020 Hurricane Season continues its record pace.