Man shot at least twice in Shreveport

It happened on Grigsby then the wounded man ran to Wallace Avenue, police say

Functional meth lab found in DeSoto Parish residence

  Grand jury accuses 3 of killing Benton man

Shreveport school closes

Officials: Kidnapping suspect could be in Okla. or Texas

LSU to hold active shooter drill Friday

Celebration of life for Gov. Kathleen Blanco begins Thursday with church service

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Caddo Coroner names victim in fatal motel shooting

  Inmate squeezes through gate; Louisiana authorities searching

KSLA Salutes: Serving in the skies

ULM, GSU build hype for their August 31 matchup

House catches fire for third time; SFD investigating

$5M bond for priest indicted on 9 counts of rape

  IN STUDIO: La. Attorney General Jeff Landry

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry spoke with KSLA News 12′s Adria Goins on Thursday morning.

  LSUS working with Bossier Parish to study rising groundwater levels

The university will conduct a five year study that will monitor the rising groundwater levels in north Bossier Parish.

Maintenance worker finds gun in public bathroom at Roper Hospital, police say

A maintenance worker found a gun inside a third-floor public bathroom at Roper Hospital in downtown Charleston on Wednesday, according to police.

  Condition of US 80 bridges has Fibrebond considering a move

Company's concerned its large products soon could become stuck at the plant

  Back-to-school bash brings hundreds out for free supplies

Man accused of killing woman who vanished 15 years ago

  Locked Down: Inside the prison where inmates set each other on fire and gangs have more power than guards

Shreveport launches website to explain bond proposals

5 elderly men, 85-year-old woman arrested for public sex in Conn. park, police say

Drew Brees, Sean Payton mourn for Nancy Parker

Shreveport family of 3 loses home in midday blaze

The cause of the fire has yet to be determined

Two adults arrested after 5-year-old arrives at Slidell, La. school with cocaine

Slidell Police arrested two adults after a kindergarten student was found with three bags of cocaine at a Slidell school Tuesday morning.

LaTech urges students to get mobile safety app

CampusShield enables them to receive safety alerts, contact campus police, request safety escorts

Taylor Swift says she plans to re-record her old songs

Swift said she plans to re-record her songs after her catalog was purchased by popular music manager Scooter Braun.

Toyota recalls SUVs due to faulty back-up cameras

The carmaker says certain 2019 RAV4 and RAV4 hybrids have back-up cameras that can malfunction.

All clear: Texas A&M University Texarkana reopens

Leak from severed natural gas pipeline has been contained, campus officials say

Trailer, grass fires impact travel on Interstate 20

Right lane of eastbound I-20 at I-20/I-220 in Bossier City is blocked

FOUND: 10-year-old who went missing in Bossier is safe

Jontavius Brown ran away after getting into an argument with his sister, police say

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

SFD investigating cause of house fire

Shreveport Fire Department investigators are working to determine to cause of a house fire on Wednesday.

Bossier police searching for missing 10-year-old

Have you seen Jontavius Brown?

Officer likely behind LSU intruder situation was on campus to educate students about online safety

An armed officer from the A.G.'s office was on campus as part of LSU's Welcome Week activities.

  ‘Very fortunate’: LSU responds to false alarm security scare

LSU officials gave the all clear on campus just minutes before 5 p.m. after reports came in hours earlier of an armed intruder on campus at Coates Hall.

  Sign language interpreter steals show from rapper Twista

Amber Galloway Gallego has some lightning-fast moves to go along with the rapper’s high-speed lyrics.

East Texas counties issue burn bans

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

NPSO warns of phone scam; thieves posing as DEA agents

The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office is warning residents about a scam where scammers are posing as DEA officials or other law enforcement.

Fans visiting ‘Stranger Things’ sets bring boon to business

The success of Netflix's Stranger Things series has influenced more fans to visit filming locations in Georgia

  Shreveport police searching for suspect in fatal hotel shooting

Shreveport police are working to find new information on a shooting that took place Tuesday night.

  SFD extinguishes early morning blaze at home

A woman safely got out of her burning home on early Wednesday morning.

Cheer squad parents asked to sell fundraiser raffle tickets for semi-automatic rifle

Heather Chilton and other parents of the Junior Lions Cheer Team members were asked to sell tickets for an AM-15 optic ready rifle for a fundraiser.

  Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Shreveport

A pedestrian is recovering on Tuesday evening after stepping into traffic.

Police seeking Mansfield shooting suspect cordon off house, evacuate neighboring residences

DeSoto Parish Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for information that leads to his arrest

Memorial service plans made for Wendy Anderson

Coach Blake Anderson announced Tuesday his wife, Wendy, had succumbed to cancer.

Those close to Nancy Parker and Franklin Augustus handle a tough loss

While much of New Orleans mourns the losses of Nancy Parker and pilot Franklin Augustus, for some the tragedy is doubly painful.

  Man shot dead outside Knights Inn

There’s no word as yet on a suspect or a motive

  At least 1 person hurt in 3-vehicle wreck in Bossier City

Parkway is back open; no immediate word on extent of injuries

Bossier selects interim District 5 member, sets election

Voters will face the decision April 4, same date as presidential preference and municipal primaries

  WATCH: Colorado police officer breakdances with 7-year-old boy

A police officer’s talent turned into a special moment in downtown Denver this week.

Tip Top Poultry recalls chicken products due to listeria risk, USDA says

The Food Safety Inspection Service said the product was shipped to hotels, restaurants and institutions across the country.

City Officials: Bourbon Street construction will be put on hold for Southern Decadence

Construction projects put on hold due to high river level have resumed, but they will shut down ahead of a major French Quarter event.

SWEPCO says power outage across East Texas ultimately caused by vegetation

A power outage that affected 85,000 East Texas customers Sunday was caused by an overload on part of the power grid after vegetation came into contact with two major power lines,

Louisiana reports first human West Nile virus cases for 2019

In comparison, the department reported 53 West Nile virus cases at this time last year.

Oil City issues boil advisory in wake of water shutdown

Water was turned off for 3-5 hours so workers could repair a faulty shutoff valve

  Anhydrous ammonia leak closes part of Monkhouse Drive

Authorities advise taking a detour because the roadway will be closed indefinitely

20 year prison sentence for Carthage woman

Carthage woman receives maximum sentence for robbery.

Athens police make arrest in fatal 2018 shooting

According to a Facebook post from the City of Athens, Texas Government, a 71-year-old Larue man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a woman last November, Athens Police Chief Buddy Hill reported Tuesday.

Elton John slams media for criticizing Harry, Meghan over private jet use

Elton John took to social media to slam stories that suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan were hypocritical for accepting jet travel despite their devotion to eco-causes.

City of Marshall cracking down on leash law ahead of new school year

Authorities say they want to make it safer for students who will be walking to and from school.

Hallsville man gets 12 years for fatal 2017 racing wreck

Meshebia Johnson, 17, and Rylee Malone, also 17, were killed in the September 2017 wreck

  Exam scores for Shreveport police chief candidates released

Seven applicants took the Civil Service exam on July 31.

  Rewarding kids without using money

It’s a debate many parents consider every day — whether or not to implement a reward system for a child’s good behavior.

  IN STUDIO: MLK Health Center holding Fall Health Fest

The MLK Health Center in Shreveport will host its upcoming Fall Fest event next month.

  Police investigating deadly shooting at motel

A Shreveport teen is dead after a shooting at the Moonrider Inn Tuesday morning.

Gregg County JP says no obvious signs of foul play after 2 bodies found in East Mountain area

No obvious signs of foul play were detected at the scene where two people were found dead Monday afternoon, according to an official.

SPD officer arrested, charged with felony

Corporal Dylan Hudson was placed on paid departmental leave by Chief Ben Raymond on Aug. 8 after information indicating he possibly violated a criminal statute was discovered.

Preliminary autopsy report indicates 3-year-old found in pond drowned

A preliminary autopsy report indicates drowning was the cause of 3-year-old Madison William’s death, according to the Smith County Sheriff’s Office.

SPD warns drivers against drag racing

The Shreveport Police Department is warning drivers against street racing — and that they know who’s doing it.

  Shreveport man accused of sharing revenge porn; faces over $200,000 bond

A Shreveport man is facing over thirty counts of non-consensual disclosure of private images — commonly known as revenge porn.

'Clash of the Titans’: Chick-fil-A, Popeyes compete for best chicken sandwich title

The best chicken sandwich debate has heated up!

  Police ID man charged after allegedly hitting woman with truck

A woman is recovering after being hit by a pickup truck at a popular Bossier City restaurant.

East Texas Ag News: The importance of testing hay quality

Hay testing is important to determine if any supplementation is needed.

  Cooling stations to open in Shreveport

The City of Shreveport will open all of its community centers around the city as cooling stations.

Seal coat operations slowing Gregg and Rusk Co. commuters

TxDot crews will be doing seal coat operations in Gregg and Rusk Counties Tuesday and Wednesday. Motorists should expect delays and follow the posted detour signs.

Reward offered for tips about domestic abuse suspect

Here's what to do if you see this man

  Ochsner LSU Health has only Level II pediatric trauma program in Louisiana

A new pediatric trauma program just got underway this summer at Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport. The ultimate goal: Getting children the kind of specialized medical treatment they need as quickly as possible.

2 Texans accused of stealing timber in Caddo Parish

One had been hired to demolish some structures on the property in Vivian

Louisiana deputy dies while serving with Army Reserve

Governor releases statement mourning his death in Saudi Arabia

Dog Goods USA recalls Chef Toby Pig Ears due to salmonella risk

Consumers who have purchased the affected products can return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Anyone exhibiting the symptoms of salmonella should contact a doctor.