Woman killed in high speed chase; driver charged

The Caddo Parish Coroner has released the identity of the woman killed in a high-speed chase in downtown Shreveport — and the driver faces multiple charges.

Police seek identity of vehicle burglary suspect

  Male robs Albertsons on Southfield; SPD investigates

  Unidentified human remains found in Bossier Parish

  Shootout leads to police chase; suspects sought

Cameras could be placed in special education classrooms at parent’s request under proposed bill

Freezing again tonight with some rain this weekend

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Report shows plane encountered ice before Jackson Parish crash

Silver Alert issued for Crockett woman who has been missing more than week

Alexandria man arrested for alleged first degree rape of 4-year-old child

18-year-old arrested in Texarkana shooting

DPSO releases image of masked bank robber

4 arrested after armed robbery on LSU campus; 1 wanted

Appeals court keeps block on Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

A federal appeals court is keeping a block on a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions as early as six weeks - when many women may not even know they are pregnant.

West Point Military Academy hosts leadership workshop for students

Cadets held an all day workshop speaking to students about leadership skills, values and ethics.

Trane donates HVAC system to Panola College

Panola College of School of Energy just got a little cooler... or warmer, depending on the weather.

  Krewe of Gemini rolls through Shreveport on Feb. 22

This year’s theme is vacation with floats ranging from golfing, scuba diving and surfing.

Wreck blocks traffic on Interstate 20 west in Bossier City

Driver crashes car into Shreveport home

Finishing the week on a sunny note

  The Good Stuff: Rescuing Our Heroes

  Family hears loud boom before fire destroys their home

  Addison’s parents: Hold onto your children extra tight

  KSLA Salutes: Cinderella’s Closet marks a year on BAFB

The nonprofit lets military wives, dependents find a dress for that special event and all for free

Dry weather for a few days as temperatures slowly increase

The rain is finally over! We can enjoy some dry weather for a couple days before another cold front arrives Sunday. Then a reinforcing cold front will arrive Tuesday to drop temperatures back down.

  Rate Discrimination: Some insurance companies give better rates for customers with certain jobs, education

Drivers with less education or jobs that typically pay less may face higher car insurance rates, according to an industry insider.

  Woman shot dead; man accused of killing her

The fatal shooting initially was reported to Texarkana, Ark., police as being an accident

Number of LSU mumps cases now at 16

The number of students infected with mumps at LSU has risen to 16.

  Some Bossier students will go to different schools

School District mails letters to parents explaining the 2020-21 attendance zone changes

‘I want to die, right now’: Mom posts aftermath of son’s bullying

The boy has a type of dwarfism called achondroplasia, a condition that creates shortened limbs.

  Northwest Louisiana principal accused of 49 sex crimes

Authorities urge parents of Summerfield High students to talk with their children

  Missing men from Bossier City were business partners

BCPD could not confirm if the two missing persons cases are connected.

  Bossier man listed in National Crime Information Center as missing

Hardy is said to be 6′1 weighing approximately 240 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white and blue checkered shirt.

  East Texas elementary school offers yoga for students

School administrators notice a positive change in students over the past year.

SPD identifies officer involved in Cedar Grove shooting incident

The Shreveport Police Department has released the name of the officer involved in a shooting on Feb. 17.

Rain clears out later today

Improving weather as we get later in the day

Caddo Commission resolution proposes assault weapon ban; stronger gun laws

On Feb. 20's regular meeting, Caddo Commissioners will hear a resolution urging state officials to incorporate stronger gun laws — and a ban on automatic weapons.

  SPD officer arrested, accused of domestic abuse battery

Officer Joshunna Jones will remain on departmental leave pending further investigation.

  Furever Friends: Meet Barney

Barney, along with his three siblings, were found in Mansfield after being thrown out of a car.

Marshall police arrest man suspected of fatally shooting sister’s boyfriend

According to police, “at 10:48pm, a call from a female caller that her brother had just shot her boyfriend.”

TBI issues Amber Alert for east Tennessee infant last seen in December

TBI said 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell was last seen Dec. 26, 2019. She was not reported missing until Feb. 18.

CPSO encouraging residents to sign up for emergency alert system

Those who sign up will receive time-sensitive messages from your home, mobile or business phones, email address, and text messages.

  House fire prompts evacuation of 11 people, damages 2 homes

Shreveport firefighters remain on the scene following a raging house fire on Thursday morning.

Wet roads delay start of school day in Timpson ISD

Classes for the district’s 650 or so K-12 students will begin at 10 a.m. Thursday

Heavy rain comes to an end and the sun returns as we end the week

The heavy rain will be coming to an end by Thursday afternoon. We will finally take a break from this rain for a few days. We will not completely be done with the rain since more will arrive Sunday.

Community meeting following Exxon fire turns heated as residents express concerns

A day after ExxonMobil releases its 7-day report about a fire at its Baton Rouge refinery, lawmaker Cleo Fields will hear from community members to determine if legislation should be introduced to “ensure the safety of the state’s citizens.”

You can help an East Texas college win a $50,000 grant

Wiley College could use the funds to enhance its campus in Marshall, school official says

KIRAN: Arrest warrant reveals disturbing details about Zachary school teacher’s relationship with teen

An arrest warrant filed by the Zachary Police Department reveals disturbing details about the inappropriate relationship between a teacher and a 15-year-old student.

  Shreveport patrol officer accused of attempted murder

He allegedly shot a man in one of his legs during an argument early Wednesday morning

More rain on the way for ArkLaTex

More wet weather on the way for ArkLaTex.

BPCC hosting military art reception and panel discussion on Feb. 19

Panelists will discuss post traumatic stress disorder and how veterans can use are as a creative outlet to help combat it.

  Shreveport-Caddo Crime Stoppers increases maximum reward

The organization now pays up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest in a homicide case

  Grant helps purchase new Chromebooks for Southwood High’s biotech magnet program

The grant from the Carolyn W. and Charles T. Beaird Family Foundation paid for Chromebooks for five students in the program.

  Argument leads to shooting; suspect sought

Police are working to provide a description of the gunman and the vehicle.

Digital Extra: BRRRN promotes exercising in the cold

The theory is that such workouts are more refreshing and can help you burn more calories

  First Alert: Wet and cold through Thursday

Another 1-3 inches of rain is possible through Thursday

  Uber’s arrival in ETX highlights transportation issues

During an unseasonably warm February day, Natasha Smith, a Carthage resident, gets into her car and shifts her day in gear.

Funeral set for girl who died as result of traffic accident

Visitation is being held this evening in Marshall, Texas

Accidental shooting sends 2 people to hospital

A man shot himself in one of his hands and a woman in one of her legs, police say

  Boyfriend arrested in shooting death of Cedar Grove woman; second suspect also charged

Tasha Mayberry was found with several gunshot wounds near the intersection of West 73rd Street and Union Avenue.

Rain moves in for next three days

On and off heavy rain for the ArkLaTex over the next few days.

KIRAN: LPSO deputy will not face criminal charges in off-duty fatal shooting

A Livingston Parish sheriff’s deputy who fatally shot a man while off-duty will not face any criminal charges, according to the Twenty-First Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

Drew Brees says he wants to return to the New Orleans Saints in Instagram post

Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees said he will return to the New Orleans Saints for the 2020 NFL season in an Instagram post on Feb. 18.

  Gas station clerk stabbed; suspect sought

Police say the suspect was banned from the store for shoplifting in the past.

  IN STUDIO: Krewe of Wag-uns Parade on Feb. 22

Looking for a Mardi Gras Parade with a twist or a wag?

  Pilot program offers 9 prescription drugs for free in LA

The offer is for a limited time and requires a Sam’s Club Plus membership

Man dies after car runs into Natchitoches residence

It happened on Keyser Avenue near St. Anne Drive, authorities say

Police seek person who fatally shot 85-year-old man

Neighbors, store operator in disbelief about what happened to an “everyday customer, good man"

Woman claims man kidnapped her, forced her to watch ‘Roots’ to ‘understand her racism’

A criminal complaint stated the suspect told the victim he would “kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380” if she did not sit and watch the show.

Rain and cooler temperatures return this week

It may be warm now, but a cold front arriving tomorrow will change that. The front will bring in the rain and cooler temperatures and it will feel more like winter as we close out this week.

  Officers shoot homicide suspect brandishing a gun

Authorities say they were attempting to arrest him in connection with the recent fatal shooting of a woman at West 73rd Street at Union Avenue

  NSU coach suspended for a week after DWI arrest

“I made a poor decision to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking alcohol," Brad Laird says in statement of apology

  Woman killed in Cedar Grove identified

Tasha Mayberry, 41, was found with several gunshot wounds near the intersection of West 73rd Street and Union Avenue.

Strong cold front arrives Tuesday

Multiple chances for rain this week.

Save money with these Presidents Day deals

You could even say it’s your patriotic duty to take advantage of these deals from your favorites brands and retailers.

Coroner officially identifies motorcyclist killed in wreck

Texarkana College released his name Saturday, saying he was a campus police officer

Woman dies after having been shot multiple times

About 8 miles away, gunfire resulted in another woman being hurt by flying glass

Woman accused of punching Baton Rouge officer in the eye

A Baton Rouge police officer claims Tracey Semien, 29, punched her in the eye as Semien was being detained Saturday, Feb. 15.

  Fire destroys big rig hauling produce, shuts down I-20E

Traffic detoured as heavy machinery used to clear what remains of the 18-wheeler

More rain and a cold snap on the way

Dry weekend ahead but cold front Tuesday brings rain and cold temperatures.

  85-year-old dies after he, pickup are shot multiple times

Caddo coroner’s office identifies him as a Shreveport resident