Tornado Watch Issued for Part of the Arklatex
Severe weather is bearing down on the Shreveport Bossier community this weekend.
LSU's New Admission Policies Explained
Dr. Jim Henderson explains the reasoning behind the changes, saying that the university is looking to take a more "holistic approach" in selecting future students.
Is Shreveport Water Safe From Brain Eating Amoeba?
Barbara Featherston from Shreveport's Water and Sewerage Department talks about the precautions the city takes to protect the system from brain eating amoeba.
Health Official Explains Brain Amoeba in Water System
A chlorine burn is currently being done throughout the Bossier City water system. This is the result of a positive test for a brain eating amoeba in the system.
Report: "Limo Company Owner Has Ties to FBI and Terrorists"
The case of the tragic limo crash in upstate New York is even more complicated. The New York Times reports the owner of the limo company was an informant for the FBI and was involved in recruiting terrorists.
SPD Gives Latest On Broadmoor 'Gun Fight'
Shreveport Police Public Information Officer Angie Willhite talks about Wednesday afternoon's shooting near the corner of Southfield and River Road.
Looking Into the Mayor's Race Financial Reports
Political pundit John Settle talks about the recently released financial reports from Shreveport's leading mayoral candidates.
Louisiana Crews Helping with Rescue Efforts in Florida
Hurricane Michael response teams have arrived at a staging area in Okaloosa County, FL, just across the bay from Destin. They are helping with search and rescue efforts across the region.
Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall Along Florida Panhandle
Hurricane Michael made landfall as a catastrophic Category 4 hurricane along the Florida panhandle.
Medical Marijuana: Everything You Need To Know
Medical marijuana is now legal in Louisiana, but there seems to be quite a few misconceptions about how the drug will be distributed.
Mainstream Media: Is the Information 'Fix' Already In?
Google has begun to refer to itself as "The Good Censor:" So is the search engine giant already controlling what you see?
Local Boy Will Be Featured on America's Funniest Videos this Week
A Stonewall boy gets a shot at the limelight this weekend. 6-year-old Wyatt Huffstickler wanted to be like his Daddy, so he cut a hunk of hair from the front of his head and used glue to put it in his armpit.
Louisiana Team Is Headed for Florida
A team of Louisiana first responders is headed for Florida. The Louisiana State Fire Marshal's Office is putting together a team to help with water and structural rescue efforts.
NLEP's Scott Martinez: 'Lots of Positive Things Happening'
Scott Martinez, President of the North Louisiana Economic Partnership, talks about the future of business and industry in our area.
Mayor's Race: Where Will GOP Candidates Get the Votes?
Political analyst Scott Hughes talks about the recent poll on the mayor's race and how it might affect the candidates strategy between now and the election.
Largest Lottery Jackpots in U.S. History
The Mega Millions drawing for tonight is worth more than $470 million dollars and the prize keeps growing.
One-Year-Old and Mom Wounded in Early Morning Shooting
A woman and her 1-year-old baby girl are wounded in an early morning shooting in Shreveport. It happened on Barbara Avenue just off of Greenwood Road.
Ollie Tyler's Finance Reports Released
Check out all the names of people who have donated to Mayor Ollie Tyler's campaign.
New Study Says Shreveport 'Worst Place To Live' In Louisiana
A nationwide study released last week by a major economic website says that, according to a variety of metrics, Shreveport is the "worst place to live" in Louisiana.
West Monroe Man Tells Cops 'Ghost Planted Meth In My House'
A Ouichita Parish man told police that a it was a ghost who planted drugs on him - and hit him in the head with an ax - following his arrest in West Monroe last week.