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The new series, led by Domonique Benn, is aimed at helping you protect yourself and your loved ones from the myriad of dangers facing families today.

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Caddo may take stance on Camp Minden burn chamber

Crews working to make storm-damaged road passable

Affidavit sheds light on the arrest of a SPD officer

Search for 'extremely dangerous' man in W. Shreveport scaled back

AT 6: 'We are not going to let Katie die,' grandfather vows

An ArkLaTex grandfather has made it his mission to urge young drivers to buckle up and put down their cellphones.

Wednesday is a Severe Weather Alert Day for ArkLaTex

The greater risk for severe weather is expected to develop Wednesday afternoon and evening. Your KSLA StormTracker 12 weather team has the details.

New pay incentives proposed for Minden police officers

"It's not going to solve my problems. It's not going to get the salaries where I'm not going to be losing officers," the police chief says.

Monster Moto to add assembly line before the end of 2017

The operation, which has hired 50 to 60 people thus far, is projected to create 287 jobs directly with an average of $46,800 a year over the next decade.

Shooting of teen in Bossier City not a random act, authorities say

People anxious to see details of accord to improve 14 Caddo schools

Experts: Most accidental shootings involving youths can be prevented

Filipino teachers still awaiting $4.5M from federal lawsuit

Child thrown from wreck; driver accused of endangerment

Does warm winter mean summer will be a scorcher?

Slain ETX man's widow pleads for help finding his killer

Authorities have not confirmed the identities of the slain man and the person suspected of killing him. Nor have they said how the shooting happened Wednesday afternoon at a residence in the 1700 block of U.S. Highway 59, also known as North Walcott Street.

Caddo coroner IDs 1 of 2 bodies found in Red River

The Caddo coroner's office has identified one of the bodies found in Red River this past weekend.

Police: Boy, 12, was fatally shot with gun 'gained by ill means'

"The weapon was recovered, and it was gained by ill means by the victim and possibly the witness," Texarkana, Ark., police Detective Shayne Kirkland said.

Shreveport officials quiz police chief about crime-fighting plans

Is there enough police presence to combat the surge in violent crime in Shreveport? Members of the city's public safety committee today told Police Chief Alan Crump that many of the people they represent don't think so. Crump answered their questions and then some.

Judge: Confederate statue no reason to move murder trial

A Confederate monument stands outside the Bossier Parish Courthouse. A man accused of killing 2 women says that's reason enough to have his trial moved elsewhere. A judge disagrees.

Tornado-stricken Natchez cleaning up

It's hard to think about the future when there's still so much to do now. That's the way some Natchez, La., residents feel as the continue cleaning up damage left by a tornado Jan. 21. Click here to view livestream of KSLA News 12 at 10.

DVR Alert: Saints vs. Packers Thursday at 6

KSLA News 12 is proud to be the official station for Saints Preseason Football this year. The Saints take on the Green Bay Packers Thursday night.

Programming note: Saints vs. Patriots on KSLA

KSLA News 12 is proud to broadcast tonight's New Orleans Saints/New England Patriots game at 6:30pm.

Just the Facts

At KSLA, nothing is more important to us than providing the ArkLaTex with the very best in local news and weather, along with your favorite CBS programming.

March Madness: Programming changes on KSLA

March Madness is in full swing and KSLA has some programming changes we'd like you to know about.

Paper federal benefits checks going away March 1

Paper social security checks are going away in just a few days. By law, the federal government will stop mailing paper checks as of March 1.

The NFL on TV: Who decides what games air where?

Wondering why some NFL games air on KSLA-TV and some don't?  Here is a brief explanation.

LA Congressional redistricting stalemate, debate

BATON ROUGE, LA (AP/KSLA) - The Louisiana Senate has sent a compromise congressional district map to the House, hoping to break through a stalemate with only hours to go before the redistricting special session must end.  Click here to watch a live stream of the debate from the House Chamber.

Rangers pitching shuts down Tigers

Alexi Ogando outpitched Justin Verlander before leaving with a finger problem and the Texas Rangers won with a bold strategy, beating the Detroit Tigers 2-0 Monday.

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Extreme Weather

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Behind the Scenes of "The Young and the Restless"

Watch as News 12 goes behind the scenes of "The Young and the Restless." See it Monday through Wednesday only on News 12 Live at 5.