Dry sunny weather returns this weekend

The dreary, rainy weather is moving away as dry sunny weather moves in. By this weekend, there will not be any rain around with limited cloud coverage

What we know about the 2,641 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

2 Shreveport area juveniles escape from lockup

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

Family identifies man killed by JPSO deputy after Sheriff say he pointed a gun at a deputy

  Shreveport police training officer on departmental leave, under administrative investigation over Facebook post

Ark. Economic Recovery Task Force presents recommendations to Gov. Hutchinson

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Necco Wafers are returning! Here’s where you can buy the classic candy

Family identifies suspect shot and killed by JPSO deputy after vehicle pursuit in Marrero

TTPD: Father, son arrested for sexual assault of child; bond not set

Shreveport police to hold seat belt check point

  The Good Stuff: Tribute to the ‘Good Rising’

  Shreveport police name woman in stabbing, shooting

  Free drive-thru food distribution in Marshall and Longview on Thursday, May 28

Food will be distributed at the Marshall Convention Center from 10 a.m. to noon, and then at the Longview Convention Complex Fairgrounds from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

One more day of showers and thunderstorms

One more day of storms today.

  Here are the best ways to teach kids about managing money

As summer approaches and kids want more spending money, here are some ways to help them learn the value of money and how to manage their cash.

  Veterinarian gives ballistic vests to 4-legged deputies

Dogs are considered man’s best friend. Though, in law enforcement, that common saying has a much more personal meaning, especially when it means keeping the bad guys off the streets.

  S.C. police officers face disciplinary action over use of force after video surfaces

  Coroner IDs driver who died after being shot

ArkLaTex weather begins to change after Thursday

Sam Johnson, ex-Texas GOP congressman and Vietnam POW, dies

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

Governor: Downward trend of COVID-19 for Northeast Arkansas

  Driver dies after being shot during dispute

Confrontation involved 2 vehicles, each of which was occupied by 2 people

Bossier City Farmers Market is open

Bossier City Farmers Market walk through and shop

UPDATE: Suspect arrested for machete attack on Little Caesar’s employee

Tyrone Constant was arrested around midnight on the west bank of Jefferson Parish

  Driver crashes car into Shreveport home; no injuries reported

Investigators with Shreveport police are working to learn why a driver plowed through a home with a car on Wednesday morning.

  Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts for 5 days in June

Krispy Kreme is extending its free doughnut giveaway promotion to give customers more opportunities to swing by and pick up a sweet treat.

KIRAN: Second woman files suit against Clerk of Court alleging sexual harassment, retaliation

A second woman has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment within the East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court.

  SFD puts out fire in subdivision; seven people safely exit home

Crews with the Shreveport Fire Department are still working to put out hot spots after a fire at a southwest Shreveport home on Wednesday morning.

  Shreveport gas station robbed at gunpoint; suspect sought

Shreveport police are working to find the person who robbed a gas station late Tuesday night.

  Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport offering community testing May 27-29

Testing will be available starting at 9 a.m. on May 27.

More showers and storms for ArkLaTex

We are tracking more unsettled weather across the ArkLaTex.

Treatment center works through pandemic to provide care to those struggling with abuse

COVID-19 situation stressful for most people, but uncertainty of these times makes it precarious for those dealing with substance abuse

  Possible game changer: LSU Health Shreveport trailblazing research into using nitric oxide as a COVID-19 treatment

Clinical trials now have been expanded to include those who are not critically ill

  Baby ‘Juju’ recovering from bullet wound

Wounded infant's family recalls the terror of gunfire then shock, horror, panic at what had happened

Small business owners frustrated over loan forgiveness requirements

After a frustrating application process, some small business owners were caught off guard by the latest requirements for PPP loan forgiveness.

More rain for now, then drier this weekend

Showers and storms are still likely for a few days. There will be a good chance of rain through Thursday before drier conditions arrive by this weekend

Health experts believe anxiety and depression will become a national crisis following pandemic

As a mom of three young kids and a counselor at a school, Stephanie Strain knows life during the pandemic can be stressful.

38 inmates at Gregg County North Jail Facility test positive for COVID-19

The Gregg County Sheriff’s Office would like to give the community an update of events concerning COVID-19.

Titus County judge reports 160 positives so far from Pilgrim’s plant testing; more results pending

Titus County Judge Brian Lee says that about half of the Pilgrim’s Pride plant COVID-19 test results are back.

Lawmakers advance bill aiming to protect La. restaurants from coronavirus lawsuits

Louisiana lawmakers are debating whether residents should be able to sue a restaurant if they think they contracted COVID-19 at the restaurant.

How exposed to COVID-19 are you at your job?

Many of you return to the office over these next few weeks. So, it’s important you follow the recommended guidelines to keep you and your coworkers safe.

2 arrested in connection to police chase in Hammond that left 2 troopers injured

The Hammond Police Department has arrested two individuals in connection with a police chase that left two state troopers injured, one critically.

More cases of remdisivir to be distributed in East Texas hospitals

The Office of Governor Greg Abbott says five more cases of remdisivir, a drug that is being used to fight COVID-19, are going to be sent to hospitals in Gregg, Smith and Nacogdoches counties.

Smith County constable: Driver leads chase that reached 130 mph

Smith County Pct. 4 Constable Josh Joplin tells KLTV the chase started when he tried to pull over a driver who was driving recklessly through a construction zone on Highway 271

Governor warns that a “Newer peak or a higher peak,” could be on the way

“We’re at a critical point in our journey,” said Hutchinson. “The direction we go from here totally depends on the commitment of Arkansans to continue social distancing and following guidelines.”

Water parks, food courts, driver’s ed may reopen under governor’s phase II plan

Governor Greg Abbott today issued a proclamation expanding additional services and activities that can open under Phase II of the state's plan to safely and strategically open.

What will the fall semester look like on LSU’s campus?

Over the next 30 days, expect to hear some decisions from LSU officials regarding the fall. Until then, it’s mostly speculation.

Sabine County sheriff: Father shoots daughter’s abuser to death

A Hemphill man is charged with murder after shooting and killing his daughter’s abuser on Saturday, according to Sheriff Tom Maddox.

BCPD releases name of victim in fatal shooting; suspect sought

The Bossier City Police Department has released the name man found shot and later died on Monday, May 25.

  Six Flags announces new safety measures for when parks reopen

If you are planning a trip to Six Flags this year, you will need to know about the new policies the company has put in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

NWLA Mardi Gras Association encourages cancellation of coronations, grand bals

As of May 2020, next year’s parades are still scheduled to roll on in Northwest Louisiana if it is safe and responsible to do so.

BLING BLING! Carthage Bulldogs receive 2019 state championship rings

It was a congratulation delayed by a few months late due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Victim named in fatal Harrison County crash

The Texas Department of Safety has named the driver in a fatal crash on Monday night.

Search efforts resume near area missing 79-year-old Carthage man was last seen

He's diabetic and does not have medication with him. He also suffers from early signs of dementia, according to his family.

’Incomprehensible’: Police say World War I monument vandalized on Memorial Day in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh police are investigating after they discovered a World War I memorial vandalized on Memorial Day.

  The Good Stuff: From mother to son

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Doug Warner shows us how a Shreveport teen is claiming victory against depression — all the way to the graduation stage.

  SPD: 10-month-old shot, expected to recover; suspects sought

A baby boy is fighting for his life at a Shreveport hospital after being shot late Monday night.

  Man shot while driving, SPD investigating

Shreveport police are working to learn more about a shooting that sent a man to the hospital early Tuesday morning.

Another day with shower and storm chances

Tracking more wet weather for the region.

ETX authorities seek video to aid search for missing man

Wanted are images of traffic don sections of Texas Highway 315 and Farm-to-Market Road 1970

  COVID-19 pandemic alters Memorial Day observances

The coronavirus already has made its deadly presence known at NWLA veterans cemetery

Archaeologists recover remains of soldiers after landslide at Vicksburg National Cemetery

Archeologists from the Southeast Archeological Center worked to recover the remains of soldiers after a section of the Vicksburg National Cemetery collapsed due to a landslide.

Wet Memorial Day is the start of more rain this week

More scattered showers and storms today will be the start of more wet weather this week. We remain in a very active weather pattern keeping the showers around

  Gunshot victim dies after being found unconscious in street

Bossier City police have begun a homicide investigation

Free coronavirus testing to be offered May 27-29

Do you know whether you have COVID-19? This is your opportunity to find out

Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office searching for missing 16-year-old

Destiny Pontiff was last seen late Sunday night, May 24

Vehicle crashes into home in Hollywood neighborhood

Shreveport police are investigating how a car crashed into a home Monday morning.

Woman fatally shot; Natchitoches police release name of gunman

On Sunday, May 24 police were called a little after 11 p.m. to the 600 block of Jackson Drive on reports of someone being shot in the neighborhood.

  KSLA Salutes: Honoring the late Army Sgt. Craig Nelson

"As Gold Star Families ... that’s really all we ask. Just don’t forget them”

Families pack the beach in Grand Isle during Memorial Day Weekend

families and beachgoers packed the beach in Grand Isle during Memorial Day Weekend, which is believed to have been the busiest weekend.

  Drive-by shooting wounds 3, sends 2 to hospital

A male was shot in his head; a female and another male each suffered a leg wound, police say

How to donate to fallen La. state trooper George Baker’s family

Louisiana State Police is asking for donations for the family of Trooper George Baker.

VIDEO: In his last act of service, LSP Trooper is escorted to donate his organs so others may live

33-year-old George Baker was a military veteran before working in law enforcement for 10 years

State officials report new COVID-19 cases in Paragould, Jonesboro

Gov. Asa Hutchinson will update the public on the state of Arkansas's response to COVID-19, including the latest cases and deaths.

La. man hopes social media can find family in precious photo with Muhammad Ali

A Baton Rouge man hopes someone will recognize a woman and baby photographed with legendary boxer Muhammad Ali decades ago.

Natchitoches Alligator Park closing

Natchitoches Alligator Park closing

  Louisiana Department of Education new program to feed over 600,000 students

P-EBT program for students

Teens arrested in connection to retail and car thefts

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office investigated the incident and later identified three males; ages ranging from 15 to 18.

  TAPD: Nude man asks police to kill him, threatens officers

Police in Texarkana, Arkansas are working to determine why a man was asking officers to kill him on Saturday.