Celebration of life to be held Monday for Sadie Roberts-Joseph

A vigil has been scheduled for Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who was found dead in the trunk of her car.

Man, woman found shot to death in Texarkana

2019 ArkLaTex back-to-school starting dates, events, school supply lists and giveaways

  Slain man’s son says his father died protecting him

  Landowner finds van torched in Natchitoches Parish

ArkLaTex sheriff hurt in farming accident

Man dies when car overturns several times, ejecting him

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One person killed, teen critically hurt in single-vehicle crash

Suspect identified, arrested in fatal Anderson Island shooting

Victim named in fatal Anderson Island shooting

Louisiana State Police seek help to find juvenile correctional escapee

Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program graduates 171 cadets

SPD: Man critically shot, suspect arrested

Balloon release held, funeral arrangements set for slain pregnant Minden woman

Barrow, who was 8-months pregnant, was shot and killed while sleeping on her couch on Wednesday morning.

Man shot during argument with his in-laws

The Shreveport Police were dispatched to the 3000 block of Regent Street just after 7:00 a.m.

  Fighting back against dangerous Summer heat

There are several ways to stay safe during the Summer months and enjoy the outdoors.

Man arrested for threatening wife with a firearm

The man was visiting his estranged wife at her residence when the domestic altercation occurred.

Wiley College announces new accredited film degree at Nate Parker Summer Film Institute

  Emergency water drive for Dierks, Ar. extended to Saturday

Man, woman identified in deadly officer-involved shooting

  KSLA Salutes: Col. Steve dePyssler celebrates his 100th birthday

  Bicyclist airlifted to hospital after Benton crash

LSU predicted to finish behind Bama in SEC West

NFL won’t suspend Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill in case involving son

The league said Friday it has not been given access to information in the court proceedings, and a district attorney in June said an investigation was dropped because officials couldn't prove who injured the boy.

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

  Rep. Barbara Norton in good standing with state

Louisiana State Representative Barbara Norton is in good standing with the Secretary of State’s office.

  La. Governor to sign ‘Katie Bug’ bill in Bossier City

On Friday afternoon, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards is expected to sign a bill to honor 4-year-old Katie Grantham.

Free car seat fittings to be held in Bossier City

Starting at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19, parents can make sure their car seats are up to code before new laws go into effect.

First Alert: Tracking a hot weekend and ‘cool’ weather next week

A rare July cold front will increase our rain chances and knock our temperatures down early next week.

  Antique & Vintage Bazaar kicks off at Historic Scottish Rite Cathedral

The bazaar will be held on the ground floor of the Cathedral with over 21 vendors selling everything from Victorian-era to Mid-Century furniture, antique jewelry, and other home decor and collectibles.

  Loggers find human remains near where authorities searched for missing Natchitoches man earlier this year

“At this time, the remains discovered this afternoon have not been identified”

  Minden police arrest person of interest in homicide case

The 18-year-old is accused of killing a 19-year-old woman and her unborn child

  Man wanted on child sex charges flees from authorities

Manhunt has been focusing on Camp Minden area

  Missing DeSoto Parish man has been found

Authorities previously said he had last been seen July 2 in Bossier City

  Lawmaker says she’s never been under investigation

Nor has the African-American History Parade been investigated, she adds

  Minden residents discuss possible solutions to crime in their city

“Together, we can bring it to a stop, working with police officers through building relationships"

Keep those sandbags; you might need them later

Tips for what to do with sandbags after a storm.

Sarasota couple arrested for allegedly zip tying 13-year-old child to plywood and limiting food

A Sarasota couple has been arrested for allegedly abusing a 13-year-old child by binding him to plywood and limiting the food he could eat.

  KSLA Salutes: From clay to bronze

“There may be five monuments to women veterans from all five services in our whole United States of America. This is the first one for Louisiana and the first for this whole section of the country so this is historical.”

‘7th Annual Bossier Back-to-School Giveaway’ at Northpoint Community Church

Are you ready for back-to-school shopping? A Bossier City church is helping out with a school supply and uniform giveaway.

East Texas veteran has trouble renewing driver’s license under new rule

A 90-year-old East Texas man is having trouble getting his driver’s license renewed because of a new state rule requiring he show a birth certificate or passport.

Missing teen with autism found

He is safe and unharmed.

DPSO Hosts Hunter Safety Course

DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office will be hosting a Hunter’s Safety Class.

Target unveils wheelchair-friendly costumes for kids

According to Target’s website, the full princess carriage and pirate ship collection are set to be released on Aug. 22.

  Bossier makes safety improvements at schools

$312,000 worth of enhancements made at Plantation Park, Bossier elementary schools

CPSO offers safety course for college bound students

Going off to college is hard enough, and you don’t want to fear for your protection or the safety of your belongings.

  Toys R Us plans a small comeback with 2 stores this year

The first two new Toys R Us stores will open in Texas and the other in New Jersey.

Hubig’s Pies is returning to New Orleans!

Hubig's Pies will return to production in 2020 with traditional recipes, online ordering, and delivery.

  North Bossier Chick-Fil-A announces temporary closure

In a post on Facebook, the Chick-Fil-A on Airline Drive, near Interstate 220 announced that it will close temporarily starting July 18.

Rep. Barbara Norton to hold news conference this morning

Louisiana State Representative Barbara Norton will hold a news conference on Thursday morning.

Ga. mother, three children stabbed to death in gruesome quadruple homicide, suspect arrested

Columbus police have arrested a man who is believed to have committed a gruesome quadruple homicide at Elizabeth Canty Apartments last night.

  Jimmie Davis Bridge reduced to one lane Thursday and Friday

The bridge will be reduced to one lane as the Louisiana Department of Transportation begins their routine bridge inspection.

Possible 2020 run against Trump is ‘in God’s hands,’ former SC Gov Mark Sanford says

Former Congressman and South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford released a YouTube video repeating concerns about the nation’s growing debt and deficit.

  Man shot multiple times while driving, chases after gunman

A man is recovering at a Shreveport hospital after being shot several times while driving in his car.

  Foreclosure lawsuit affects part of Pierre Bossier Mall

The petition alleges that more than $3.3 million is owed on a defaulted loan

Balloon release to honor woman killed by SUV

A vigil is set later this week in memory of Lou’Quandelyn Jaleece Hargrove who died when an argument turned violent and she was struck by an SUV.

Claiborne Parish man goes missing

Family members, authorities seek public’s help in finding him

  Project Celebration hosts domestic violence training for advocates

The coalition taught an overview of the dynamics of domestic violence, including the prevalence and effective advocacy skills.

JPSO: Suspect killed by deputy was wanted in shooting of Grambling football player

Sheriff Lopinto said the suspect was being investigated in connection with a triple shooting that left Darrell Clark, a senior wide-receiver at Grambling University injured and Keyon Clark, his 19-year-old brother, dead.

Future of Sadie Roberts-Joseph’s museum unclear after her death

Plywood and nails now cover the front door to the Odell S. Williams Now & Then Museum of African American History. It’s where Sadie Roberts-Joseph spent much of her time teaching and educating anyone willing to learn. Unfortunately, visitors can only experience its history from the outside for now.

Lawmaker calls gathering to “clear up some reports”

The Shreveport Democrat did not elaborate on what exactly she wants to clarify

6 parishes added to emergency declaration for La. after Barry

Governor John Bel Edwards’ request for a federal emergency disaster declaration has now been expanded to include six more parishes.

Attorney accused of hitting fellow attorney in head with Lysol can

Blood had to be cleaned from a room in the Hall of Justice after two attorneys got into a fight Wednesday morning.

  Shreveport youth football team’s equipment, trailer stolen

The team has a GoFundMe campaign to help buy new equipment

Hummus sold at stores nationwide being recalled due to possible bacteria contamination

The products have been distributed nationwide and to United Arab Emirates.

Man accused of sex crimes involving children, animals

Detectives were investigating a domestic abuse case when they reportedly found the images

LSU sophomore struck, killed by SUV on Nicholson Drive; vigil planned

A teenager was fatally struck by an SUV Tuesday night.

Jury finds Matthew Naquin guilty in Max Gruver hazing trial

A jury has decided ex-LSU student, Matthew Naquin, is guilty of negligent homicide in the 2017 hazing death of fraternity pledge, Max Gruver. The six-person jury reached a verdict Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

Man arrested in Rusk County timber theft case

According to the forest service, Anthony Laquinn Holman, 43, of Beckville was arrested on July 2 by agency investigators, Panola County Constables and members of the Panola County Sheriff’s office.

Texas A&M, Texas coaches reaffirm their desire to play rivalry game

Both head coaches for Texas and Texas A&M made it clear this week that the rivalry game between the two schools could come back.

  FaceApp: What are you willing to give up to see an older you?

Folks just about everywhere are using FaceApp to find out what they’ll look like when they’re older.

  Pregnant woman killed in Minden was not intended target

It’s believed the boyfriend was in a bitter dispute with a member of a relatively new local gang that calls itself “T.T.S.”

State removes Camp County Jail from non-compliant list

A state agency has removed the Camp County Jail from its non-compliant list.

  Drug lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzman sentenced to life in prison

Guzman, 62, was convicted in February on multiple conspiracy counts in an epic drug-trafficking case. The guilty verdict at an 11-week trial triggered what the government says is a well-justified mandatory sentence of life without parole .

  Woman dies in East Texas crash involving log truck

A woman is dead following a crash involving a log truck on Wednesday morning.

  Pregnant woman shot, killed at Minden apartment; police ID victim

The 19-year-old victim was eight months pregnant.

Louisiana fishing and swimming advisories now available as an app

Fishers and swimmers can get their advisories in Louisiana through a new app.

FIRST ALERT: Heatwave continues through the weekend

A HEAT ADVISORY will be in effect from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Abducted Bladen County, N.C. baby found alive at bus stop; mother in custody

A woman at the center of a nationwide Amber Alert after allegedly kidnapping her 4-month-old daughter from a Bladen County daycare has been arrested, according to the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office.

Man wanted in double homicide investigation, police release new details

The Camden Police Department has released new information on a man connected to the killing of a mother and son.

78 years after the Pearl Harbor attack, another recently identified sailor is laid to rest

Geller's remains were among more than 300 sets of remains co-mingled in graves at Punchbowl.