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

  1 officer killed, 1 shot in head during Mandeville traffic stop; suspect identified

Driver grazed by bullet while driving, suspects sought

Woman accused of posing as a nurse, treating patients

Man suspected of kidnapping, domestic abuse

  Marshall ISD unleashes a sea of red, white for Hayden

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Shreveport losing its Chick-fil-A for a bit

Suspects who escaped from work release building caught in Tyler

Shreveport mayor to announce police chief appointee

Boil orders and advisories in the ArkLaTex

13 Bossier, Caddo students are National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

SPD officer charged with possession, illegal use of firearm

East Texas counties issue burn bans

Hot and dry conditions are causing counties and cities to consider or place burn bans throughout East Texas.

Overton Brooks VA honors POW/MIA with remembrance ceremony

William Moore, a World War II veteran and former prisoner of war, was in attendance.

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

Cystic Fibrosis affects more than 30,000 children and adults in the United States.

  Celebrated educator sees success with his unique teaching style

"So often, we get so boggled down in the curriculum, us teachers forget to teach the students how to dream.”

Statewide alert issued after cases of severe lung disease due to vaping reported in Louisiana; 18 cases so far

  Police union opposes addition of Raymond to police chief finalists

  Over 2,000 without power in Northwest Louisiana

  Tennis tournament to serve up support for St. Jude

  2 shot at west Shreveport apartment complex; suspects sought

Barksdale Air Force Base airmen run to Honor the Fallen

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

A new company has announced it is still bringing in more good-paying jobs to the area. The company is growing fast and many hope it's a sign of things to come in the Minden area.

  Egan Street killing has residents seeking end to violence

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

  Jury sentences man to life for killing his wife

Stabbed while on the phone asking a dispatcher for help, "you could hear her scream," prosecutor says

Shreveport homicide victim ID’d as Ringgold woman

The Ringgold resident died after being shot several times in a vacant lot on Egan Street

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."

ARRESTED: Man accused of tricking elderly woman into giving him money turns himself in

A man accused of tricking an elderly woman with dementia into giving him her money has turned himself into authorities.

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

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  Two SPD officers released from hospital following accident

They were hurt when their units collided while responding to a fatal shooting

MLK Health Center brings color to Shreveport with new mural

The MLK Health Center unveiled a bright addition to the Highland Neighborhood Thursday morning. A colorful mural, two years in the making, is now complete.

See the applications for the 4 finalists for SPD Chief

Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins has said he’ll have a decision on who he wants to be the permanent Shreveport police chief before Tuesday, but the process to narrow down the applicant pool has been rife with debate.

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

The 3rd annual L.I.N.K. Fest is making its way to Shreveport to gather local vendors, business owners, and artists.

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

The Shreveport Police Department has responded to questions asked about a stolen police unit discovered in East Texas.

Harrison County couple arrested after 5-year-old boy found with bruises all over body

A Harrison County woman and her boyfriend have been arrested and charged with injury to a child after EMS personnel responded to a 911 call about a 5-year-old having a seizure and discovered that he had bruises all over his body on Tuesday.

Governor Abbott declares state of disaster for counties impacted by Imelda

Governor Abbott has declared a state of disaster for the counties impacted by Tropical Depression Imelda.

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

At stake in the election Oct. 12 is the Louisiana Senate District 37 seat and the District 4 post on the Caddo Commission

  Furever Friends - Cinnamon & Peanut Butter

Today’s Furever Friends are a pair of sisters named Cinnamon & Peanut Butter. They are four-month-old Chiweenies, a cross between a Chihuahua and a Dachshund.

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

One hundred years ago on Sunday is when Post 14 applied for its charter.

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.

Candidates ready for first Louisiana Governor’s race debate

The three major candidates for Louisiana governor are facing off in their first debate

Washington Monument to reopen after 3-year closure

There’s only one point in the nation’s capital from which you can see the World War II Memorial, White House, the Jefferson Memorial and United States Capitol.

  The Good Stuff: Parking Lot Hero

On this week's The Good Stuff with Doug Warner, why 26-year-old Juwone Scott saved much more than just a purse when he chased down a purse snatcher.

  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

  Woman dies after being shot; 2 officers seriously hurt when their units collide while responding to shooting

Within 5 minutes, the shooting and collision occurred about a mile from each other

  SPD car found in East Texas but never reported as stolen

“They apparently did not even know this car was missing,” Bowie County sheriff’s lieutenant says

  Former high school band director accused of showing nude photos of a former dating partner to a student

The images allegedly were shared in October 2017

  Authorities arrest boyfriend of slain Oklahoma woman

He has been a person of interest since her body was found wrapped in a chain in a creek, authorities say

  Robinson’s Rescue to hold ‘Dogtoberfest’

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

Torrential rain coming for some in ArkLaTex

Over a half a foot of rain is possible for some over the next couple days

  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.

DPS: Marshall ISD student dies after vehicle hits wild hog

A Marshall High School student died in a car crash on Wednesday morning, according to Marshall ISD.

Payton: Drew Brees won’t go on IR; team will go with 2 QBs

New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton said Wednesday (Sept. 18) he does not plan to place quarterback Drew Brees on the injured reserve list.

  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.

Former high school principal charged in wife’s death after body found near woods

A former Summerville High School principal has been charged with killing his wife after her body was found in a wooded area in Dorchester County on Tuesday.

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.

Spike in snorkel-related deaths again highlights potential danger of full-face masks

A state committee is trying to figure out what’s causing the sudden spike in fatalities.

Woman stabbed in arm with broom handle during fight

Afterward, police say, she called 911 and followed the person who allegedly stabbed her

  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

Woman survives being thrown out of moving car by abusive ex, now telling her story for other victims

A New Orleans woman survived severe domestic abuse, including being thrown from a moving vehicle on the Interstate. Now, Telva Wells is speaking out for the first time publicly and hoping to raise awareness, as well as money, for those struggling with abuse.

Suspect in shooting of 2 men turns himself in

Calvin Marshon Gardner, 30, of Texarkana, surrendered to authorities about 9 p.m. Tuesday, police say.

  School district worker accused of assaulting a juvenile

Prosecutor says that his office is reviewing evidence in the sex crimes case and that the charges could be amended

  East Texas mother demands trial of man accused of killing two of her daughters 3 years ago

“We’re not seeking revenge, we’re seeking justice. We want it not to be hanging over our heads any longer; it’s just torture.”

Imelda wind gusts topple small planes at Baton Rouge airport

Video provided to WAFB appears to show violent winds flowing through a hanger at the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport Tuesday, Sept. 17.

East Feliciana Sheriff’s Office says dog was dead before being dragged by rented vehicle; no charges filed

The East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office says an investigation into video of a dog reportedly being dragged by a vehicle Sunday afternoon revealed the dog was dead before the dragging occurred. As such, a charge of animal cruelty will not be filed against the driver at this time.

“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."

  Fire damages Blanchard area residence

Indications are that the homeowner was refueling a lawn mower when it burst into flames, authorities say

  3 Shreveport police officers placed on paid leave

They might become subject to a criminal investigation; no charges have been filed, authorities say

Two men indicted for allegedly cashing fake payroll checks

A man who allegedly cashed fake payroll checks has been indicted.

Video appears to show moment EBRSO deputy fatally shot man near Jefferson highway

A fatal deputy-involved shooting investigation is underway on Highland Club Avenue near Jefferson Highway Saturday, Sept. 14.

  First Alert: Tropical Storm Imelda to bring welcome rain to the ArkLaTex

The remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda are expected to bring needed rain to portions of the ArkLaTex

Tropical Storm Imelda forms near Freeport, TX

The Gulf low that has been bringing rain to SE Texas and SW Louisiana over the past couple of days has was quickly upgraded from Tropical Depression Eleven at Noon on Tuesday to Tropical Storm Imelda as it approaches landfall over Freeport, TX as of 1:00 p.m.

Pirates’ Vázquez arrested on porn, solicitation charges

Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star closer Felipe Vázquez arrested on charges of pornography and soliciting a child

One of the drivers involved in double fatal accident was out on bond for previous DWI charge

One of the drivers involved in double fatal accident was out on bond for previous DWI charge.

Police departments around Alabama respond to death of Tuscaloosa officer

There have now been four police officers shot and killed in the line of duty in Alabama this year.

Nick Saban and Phil Robertson among Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame induction class

Former LSU football coach Nick Saban and outdoorsman Phil Robertson, from Duck Commander, have been added to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame 2020 induction class.