2 separate wrecks impede travel on I-20, I-220

Rain moves in Tuesday

Coast guard suspends search for three missing people after towing vessels collide on Mississippi River

  Umbrellas up! Rain returns to the ArkLaTex on Tuesday

  Louisiana man disappears; police seek help finding him

Protesters demand accountability for the Hard Rock collapse

Continued Coverage

  Accused child killer pleads guilty to manslaughter

  Two SPD officers arrested by domestic violence investigators

Louisiana man accused of using ex-employer’s gas card to sell thousands of dollars worth of fuel at half price

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

Son of woman killed during Nacogdoches street race: ‘Her smile [brightened] up a room’

  Children’s Miracle Network names ArkLaTex hospital’s ‘champion’

BU student tests negative for novel coronavirus

A Baylor student who fell ill after recently travelling to China tested negative for the 2019 novel coronavirus, the university announced Monday.

  Gunman wanted in New Year’s Day shooting

Donald McCauley, 43, has a warrant for one count each of felon in possession of a firearm and illegal use of a weapon.

  Dress for Success Shreveport-Bossier receives $10K donation

“It will be divided among our four programs because our programs take expenses,” said executive director, Erica McCain.

Pelicans honor Kobe Bryant, daughter during Sunday’s game against Celtics

Bryant and his daughter Gianna were among nine people who died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, CA Sunday morning

Dupuy out as Lady Demons’ coach; Swinson is interim

Woman dies after allegedly being beaten by boyfriend

Skateboarder dies 2 days after being hit by pickup

Crews fixing minor natural gas leak on Hollywood Ave.

3-year-old in stable condition after accidental shooting

  Shreveport Police arrest man accused of December shooting

  Texarkana man accused of aggravated assault

The 19-year-old struck his girlfriend, causing severe brain damage.

Tyler police investigate suspicious death after body found in roadway

Tyler police are investigating a suspicious death after a person's body was found lying in the middle of a street.

Wife of pilot who died in crash remembers him as funny, caring

Keith McElvain's wife, Galina, remembers him thanks to stories from friends and family, photos and jewelry he was wearing when his plane crashed.

Courier Labs seek to become first hemp processor in Louisiana

The news presses inside the Houma Courier building have fallen quiet but a new noise is coming from the building. Construction crews have started work to turn the old building in Houma, Louisiana into the first hemp processing lab in the state.

Volunteer Central: Opportunities to serve in East Texas

Volunteer Central —where volunteering through Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA) makes the difference in the community.

A few weekend showers expected

This weekend will be nice. It will start with limited clouds and cold temperatures, then the rain will arrive late Saturday night and early Sunday morning before the clouds clear away again. Then another cold front will arrive next week. Therefore, you’ll need to keep the rain gear with you.

La. health officials address spread of new strain of coronavirus

It has certainly been a headline grabber that a new strain of coronavirus has made its way to the states.

GoFundMe set up for homicide victim’s 5 daughters

All five children are under the age of 8; and one of the girls is battling Stage IV lung and kidney cancer

Man facing charges after allegedly dragging police officer with vehicle during traffic stop

A 24-year-old man is facing several charges after reportedly dragging a police officer alongside his vehicle during a traffic stop.

  Tires, wheels being stolen off vehicles near interstates

One of those hit is a new car that a National Guardsman bought 3 days after he recently returned from overseas

Coach O agrees to 6-year, $42 million contract extension

Fresh off of a historic season and a national championship, LSU has rewarded head coach Ed Orgeron with a new contract.

Louisiana first lady, congressman Scalise speak at March for Life rally in Washington D.C.

Louisiana First Lady Donna Edwards and Congressman Steve Scalise were speakers during the first day of the March For Life rally in Washington D.C.

  Man shot multiple times in Spruce Street residence

Police searched a wooded area for hours but were unable to locate a possible suspect

  Funeral set for former SUSLA professor Willie Burton

The venues will be Mount Canaan Missionary Baptist Church and the Booker T. Washington High gym

Webxtra: Harrison County home invasion suspect

Lt. Jay Webb of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office spoke to Bob Hallmark about the crime progressing from burglary to home invasion.

Just as many people died in fires in La. in 2019 as year prior

The Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal (LAOSFM) has released its 2019 productivity stats, which show more investigative fire calls, completed projects, and new construction project reviews than in 2018. Unfortunately, the stats also show just as many people died in fires in the state as in 2018.

  US flu deaths climb to 8,200: Most cases in children, young adults

The CDC estimates that so far this season there have been at least 15 million flu illnesses, 140,000 hospitalizations and 8,200 deaths from flu.

5 tips for surviving your first internship

The first day can be disorienting and you’ve probably felt lost. Here are five tips to help you get through your first day.

  Shreveport office providing free dental services Saturday, Jan. 25

Patients can choose between a free cleaning, filling or extraction.

Week finishes on a sunny note

After a wet week, sunshine returns Friday

City of Whitehouse proclaiming Feb. 2 ‘Patrick Mahomes Day’

The City of Whitehouse is not only hoping its most famous school alumni will become a Super Bowl champion, its hoping it will happen on a day proclaimed in his honor.

  March for Life in Shreveport lead by U.S Congressman Mike Johnson

“There are more abortions performed here than anywhere else in the state.”

  Shreveport brewing company raising money to benefit Australian brush fire relief

It can be purchased on draft for $5 and can be purchased to-go in a 32 oz crowler for $12. The limited-edition crowler label is customized with a distinct Australian flare, featuring Australian wildlife and insignias.

Harrison County man gets 6 years for distributing anabolic steroids

Mark McLean Farmer, 31, pleaded guilty on Aug. 16, 2019, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of anabolic steroids and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

  Haughton fire station still shut down after Jan. 11 tornado

This Friday marks two weeks since severe weather rolled through northwest Louisiana.

  Officers lauded for saving paralyzed man from house fire

“It’s just crazy how it happened. I would never expect to run into a burning house”

Iconic historian, ex-SUSLA professor Willie Burton dies

He came to the Shreveport university when it was in its infancy then spent 44 years helping shape its future

24-year-old Huntsville man charged with second-degree rape and enticing a child in case of Pelham teen

A missing teenager was located in the Huntsville area Thursday afternoon with 24-year-old Rodrigo Ortega.

Sunshine returns Friday before some more rain over the weekend

The rain has finally moved away and the clouds will soon follow. So, it will become nice and clear tonight, then the sunshine returns on Friday. The sunshine will not stay for too long because of another weak cold front approaching and should arrive late Saturday. This will bring just a few showers.

Sheriff confirms body found in river is missing Wells man

According to a game warden, a body was found at around noon in the Neches River.

Police seek help identifying vehicle burglars

Authorities are sharing home surveillance video

Former NWLA mayor accused of malfeasance in office

Ex-leader of Natchitoches Parish village also charged with unauthorized use of a movable

Sheriff’s office searching for home invasion suspect

Suspect involved in multiple burglaries and one home invasion throughout southern and eastern Harrison County.

Coroner’s office identifies man killed near Keithville

Jose Paramo, 45, of Benton Road, died at Ochsner LSU Health Hospital after a scissor lift fell on him.

  KSLA Salutes: BPCC unveils new military art exhibit

This exhibition will be on display for the next couple of months with the hopes that it will not only spark conversation but inspire other veterans and military personnel to consider using art as an outlet.

Rain moves out this afternoon

Skies will finally clear this afternoon.

Hope High School placed on precautionary lockdown after threat

Students remained safe during the incident.

SPD: Family needs help finding man last seen in December

Stephen Davis was last seen on Dec. 26, 2019. He has been known to travel to Dallas, Texas.

  Money from ‘big’ fundraisers moving too slow; wildlife carers in desperate need of supplies

Despite a global push to donate money for much-needed medical supplies, carers on the ground and on the frontlines of the fight against mass extinction haven’t seen a dime.

Things to consider when filing your taxes

There are many documents you need to consider when filing your taxes, regardless if you file yourself or with a professional.

New Orleans Saints take ‘Pro Bowl squad’ photo

Many fans think the Saints should have been in the Super Bowl. But, some of them will be playing in another bowl in Florida this next week.

  Furever friends “Huego”

Huego is between 1-2 years old and makes a great first-time pet!

  Center, Texas receives $350,000 downtown revitalization grant

The grant money will go towards reconstructing side alleys and extended sidewalks at four different locations adjoining their downtown square.

  91-year-old Bossier City man accused of raping a child

The arrest affidavit shows he’s a retired Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office employee

  Organization offers free tax prep for low-income families

Tax preparation services are only offered by appointment only.

McLeod ISD cancels school for rest of the week

School's out for the week for McLeod ISD students.

  The Good Stuff: For love of the game

Somewhere in the Superdome madness of 76,000 LSU fans back on Jan. 13 — Graydon and Roberta Kitchens were there.

Rain comes to an end Thursday, but cool temperatures remain

The rain will remain in places for the rest of the evening and overnight tonight. Thursday will also be filled with lots of rain. The rain though, will finally come to an end by the afternoon on Thursday. The temperatures will remain on the cool side.

New tarp placed to conceal the exposed remains of Hard Rock victim

Social media is being flooded with images of a deceased Hard Rock victim’s legs. Now, the city asks people to not share them.

  Man accused of fatally shooting woman on Whittington

Such violence is uncommon for that area, neighbors say

  Northwest Louisiana congressman dismisses GAO’s conclusion that the Trump administration broke the law

“The GAO report is worth the paper it’s printed on and not much more”

UofSC student who created racist social media post ‘no longer enrolled,’ dismissed from sorority

This is not the first time the use of a racial slur has rocked the campus community.

  Southwest Arkansas county sees uptick in vehicle thefts

Sheriff’s son, who is a deputy, hurt in wreck while chasing a suspect

Snow and sleet fall across the ArkLaTex

Our first wintry mix of the year greeted the ArkLaTex this morning

TikTok Challenge warnings

A new viral video challenge on social media is getting the attention of parents and fire fighters.

Report: Arizona mom sang to her children as she killed them one by one

Rachel Henry allegedly admitted to smothering her three young children and sang to at least two of them as they died.

  Authorities warn of text scams being reported in Bossier

Text messages with bogus website links are disguised as delivery notifications from Amazon, FedEx, other companies

Ex-VA pharmacist convicted of stealing veterans’ pills

She had 236 loose pills in her pocket when federal agents confronted her, federal prosecutors report