Louisiana hunter dies in accident at his deer stand

Coroner identifies motorcyclist killed in collision

Arrest made in downtown Atlanta fire investigation

Shaquille O’Neal donates house to woman whose son was shot at football game

  Racers in Texarkana hit the streets for 2019’s ‘Race for the Cure’

6-year-old girl battling cancer becomes honorary Ms. Louisiana; family accepting donations ahead of procedure

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Possible Salmonella contamination sparks recall of Great Value breakfast sausage

Severe Weather Potential for late Sunday night

Woman drives van through schoolyard filled with children

NPD searching for more information on shooting

Ala. student being held on $100k bond for alleged bomb threat against Tiger Stadium

  Searching for Kamille McKinney: Police release video of suspect, person of interest & possibly missing toddler

Man is shot when he walks out of his apartment

Detectives already were in the area and heard the gunshots, police say

Coroner IDs 2 men found shot dead in bullet-riddled van

Both are 25-year-old Shreveport residents

  Shreveport police seek clues about murder mystery

A call about a bullet hole in a house led to the discovery of the men's bodies

Baby with priceless reaction to getting hearing aids releases first book

“Our hearing loss journey with our little angel has been so remarkable."

Severe weather possible late this weekend

Almost 600 cases of hepatitis A now reported in Louisiana outbreak

BPSO searching for burglary suspect

Opry Entertainment Group, Gray TV announce Circle, a new country lifestyle network

  Suspect arrested in shooting at Grambling State

  Bullet grazes 9-year-old during gunfire at apartment

  Bossier COA perseveres after 2 vehicles stolen, vandalized

Heartless acts by vehicle thieves, vandals cause big problems for senior citizens

  Drunken-driving arrest rates drop sharply in ArkLaTex states

For instance, the rate has declined by 59.6 percent over the past 12 years in Louisiana

  ETX food pantry fights hunger with new permanent home

“We live in Shelby County. Shelby County is not a well-off county”

Warmer and drier than average winter season forecast for the ArkLaTex

Long term forecast for the winter season ahead released by NOAA

UA student accused of making bomb threat at LSU Stadium waives extradition to Louisiana

University of Alabama student accused of making bomb threat against LSU's Tiger Stadium waives extradition to Louisiana according to court documents released Tuesday

  KSLA Salutes: Major Frances Mercado

Her 13 years of service soon had her doing everything from working as a professional military instructor to currently serving as an intercontinental ballistic missile operator with Global Strike Command.

  10-year-old girl dies of apparent suicide; police investigate rumors she was bullied

Police are investigating the apparent suicide of a 10-year-old girl in Santa Ana, California, and reports that she may have been bullied.

Tropical development expected in the Gulf of Mexico

A tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to become our next named system

  Fire engulfs Allday’s building in downtown Atlanta, Texas

Please avoid the area.

JOBS: Who’s hiring across the ArkLaTex

ArkLaTex Job Alerts!

Teacher arrested, accused of abusing autistic students

The only form of corporal punishment they can use is a paddle to the child's buttocks.

New inspection stickers coming ‘no later’ than January 2020

New inspection stickers should solve a not-so-sticky problem.

  FurEver Friends: Daisy

If you’re looking to adopt Daisy, you better make your moo-ve.

  Date set for Maleah Davis bridge dedication in Southwest Arkansas

The date has been set to honor the life of Maleah Davis with a bridge dedication ceremony in Southwest Arkansas.

  Last community bond meeting to be held on Oct. 17

Today is the last chance for Shreveporters to learn about the city’s $186 million bond proposal.

  Grover Cannon jury selection set to begin Thursday

Grover Cannon’s original jury selection was halted three weeks into the second trial in March 2019.

Deck the halls! Blue Bell releases Christmas Cookies Ice Cream

The ice cream company says it has increased production “to meet the unbelievable demand” for the flavor.

Preparations for the Louisiana State Fair underway

Up to 450,000 people could visit the fair during the 14 days it is open, with an expected economic impact of $24 million.

  The Good Stuff: Love before first sight

It’s a love story few likely saw coming — even the husband and wife who married a little over six years ago.

  Halloween: Is the holiday dying out in Shreveport?

Throughout the city, several neighborhoods have no homes decorated for the holiday

LSP: 4 teens found with stolen goods in a stolen car

Mercedes was stolen from Monroe; merchandise was taken from East Texas store, authorities say

Bossier deputy finds $122K+ worth of drugs in vehicle

Houston resident was driving east on I-20 when stopped for improper lane usage

ICE: Detainee dies at Richwood Correctional Center

A man being held by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has died in Louisiana, the agency said Wednesday.

  Charges filed over crash that killed ETX teacher, student

School district raising money to help family with funeral, medical expenses

EF-1 Tornado confirmed near Lebleu Settlement

The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-1 tornado touched down near Lebleu settlement on Oct. 16

Former SWAR sheriff’s deputy accused of striking woman in face

Bradford will return to court in November.

Harrison County officials searching for suspects who stole about 500 gallons of fuel from gas station

According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, the theft occurred at an outpost located near the intersection of FM 450 and Interstate 20.

Arrest made in 1989 disappearance of two women in central Louisiana

Bobby Blair, center, has been arrested in connection with the 1989 disappearance of his wife, Isabelle Mansell Blair, right, and Marian Elizabeth Coutee, left.

Mical Seafood, Inc. expands recall for tuna products sold in 23 states

A Florida seafood company expanded a recall for some of its tuna products because of the risk of scombroid fish poisoning.

Texarkana authorities investigating man’s death; foul play suspected

Investigators with the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department are working to learn more about the death of a man in his own home.

DC sniper accomplice with Louisiana ties to ask Supreme Court for resentencing

One of the men who terrorized the Washington area in a spree of killings in the fall of 2002 will have another day in court on Wednesday.

Grover Cannon jury selection set to restart on Oct. 17

Jury selection for the man accused of killing a Shreveport police officer will restart on Thursday in Baton Rouge.

100+ birds dead, hundreds more seriously hurt after striking NASCAR Hall of Fame building

Three-hundred birds struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame building in uptown Charlotte Wednesday night, leaving many of the birds dead or seriously hurt.

  Man shot in Southwood neighborhood, suspect sought

The Shreveport Police Department is working to learn more about a shooting that left one man wounded on Wednesday morning.

  SPD searching for man wanted on attempted murder charge; considered armed and dangerous

Harper is known to hang around the Highland area of Shreveport.

Shreveport Regional Airport conducting emergency disaster drill Wednesday morning

The drill will involve a a plane crash at the airport that will include area nursing students role-playing as accident victims.

  East Texas high school senior arrested over threat

The 17-year-old has been charged as an adult

Man accused of pointing gun at motorist with 3 kids

He claimed he did so only because her passenger pointed a firearm at him

  Ruling could mean nearly $400 per water customer

Attorney says Shreveport still is overbilling and he’ll seek an injunction to get the city to stop that practice

LSP responds to allegations of hazing, cheating scandal at training academy

Col. Kevin Reeves held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to address allegations of misconduct by senior staff of Cadet Class 99.

The Latest: Tropical weather new fear at collapse site

A possible tropical disturbance is the latest worry in New Orleans, where officials say experts have yet to come up with a viable plan for stabilizing a partially collapsed building and two huge, damaged construction cranes

Study: Ark., La., Okla., Texas drivers among best in U.S.

Two cities in Louisiana and Texas also have some of the nation’s worst drivers, the analysis shows

Sentencing for Matthew Naquin in Max Gruver case delayed due to family illness

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 faces 7 years in jail for sexually assaulting teen

He picked her up at a school and took her to one of his rental properties, court filings show

Cowboys DE Tyrone Crawford set for season-ending hip surgery

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Tyrone Crawford is set to undergo season-ending hip surgery for an injury that bothered him through the offseason

Mexican cartel drug smuggling ring dismantled in north Alabama

Federal and local law enforcement officials announced dozens of drug arrests in a north Alabama drug operation.

After 42 years in prison, plea agreement bringing freedom

A man who has spent two-thirds of his life in a Louisiana prison for a murder he always denied committing has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and will be released

  IN STUDIO: Queen Fest coming to Shreveport

An ArkLaTex church will host an upcoming event that aims to empower and inspire ladies in the area.

  Panera worker fired for revealing secret of mac and cheese

Some compared it to "glorified hospital food" or even military MREs - meals ready to eat.

Teen changes plea in death of Barksdale airman

A Bossier City teen will spend the next 50 years in prison following a plea deal related to the death of a Barksdale Air Force Base airman.

Scratch-off lottery tickets go on sale Nov. 25 in Mississippi

Scratch-off lottery tickets will go on sale for the first time ever in Mississippi on Nov. 25, 2019.

Medicare open enrollment starts Oct. 15, check your coverage plans here

Medicare has made it easy to figure out which plans fits your needs.

  KSLA News 12 earns national Edward R. Murrow Award

On Monday, Oct. 14, KSLA News 12 earned a national Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio-Television Digital News Association.

SPD looking to identify theft suspect

Do you know this man? Shreveport police are hoping someone will come forward with his identity.

3 killed in Texas explosion on private land used by hunters

Authorities in northeast Texas say three people are dead following a weekend explosion on private land used by hunters

  Eighth-grader raising money to purchase more AEDs for his school

After seeing a teammate collapse at a football game, a Bossier City student is working to raise money to purchase more automatic external defibrillators for his middle school.

36 hours later, new Fortnite map emerges from black hole

Fortnite has imploded.

  Unifying Louisiana’s Republicans in time for the gubernatorial runoff Nov. 16 could be a challenge

Is there enough time to heal primary wounds and rally the Louisiana Republican troops?