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    District kicks off 'Re-imagine Caddo the Plan for Excellence" campaign

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    One of the largest school districts in the state, the Caddo Parish School Board, is asking for the public's help, through their "Re imagine Caddo the Plan for Excellence" campaign. More>>

    U.S. airstrike hits ISIS target near Baghdad, first in 'expanded efforts'

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     A U.S. airstrike near Baghdad on Monday marked a new phase in the fight against ISIS. More>>

    Ethics complaint filed against Sen. David Vitter

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    A Democratic group has lodged an ethics complaint against Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter, alleging he violated state campaign finance restrictions. More>>

    Sabine Parish water system in the middle of changes when contaminated sample taken Video included

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    Monday is day three for the Ebarb Water District's required chlorine burn after state tests came back positive for a brain eating amoeba Friday.  More>>

    Kenneth Willis' capital murder case delayed, state will assign new counsel

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    Less than a month before his jury selection scheduled to start, Judge Brady O'Callaghan pushed back accused child killer Kennth Willis's trial. More>>

    KTBS 3 Storm Team Forecast Video included

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     Here's the 7 day forecast.

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    Tattoo could lead to arrest in Shreveport UPS break-in Video included

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    Crimestoppers has cash for clues to a crime that was caught on camera.It happened September 6th at the UPS store in the 2500 block of Bert Kouns in Shreveport. More>>

    Hooks family searches for answers in unsolved murder case

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    A year after the suspicious death of a Hooks, Texas, woman, her friends and family are fighting to keep her unsolved murder case alive. More>>

    Names of Shreveport Police officers in shooting incident released

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    The Shreveport Police Department has released the names of two officers involved in a shooting incident Saturday evening in north Shreveport.On September 14, Officers Barbara Kendrick and Marie Jones were placed on routine paid administrative leave by Chief of Police Willie Shaw pending an investigation into a shooting incident which occurred at approximately 10:20 p.m. on September 13.During the incident, Officers Kendrick and Jones were actively searching the grounds of an apartment complex... More>>

    Texarkana man sentence in connection to DWI fatal crash Video included

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    A Texarkana man is sentenced 50 years in prison in connection with a fatal drunk driving crash. More>>

    Safe rooms added to two TASD campuses Video included

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    Arkansas ranks 16th in the nation in the number of tornadoes, third in tornado fatalities and fifth in tornado related injuries. More>>

    Michigan man charged with sexual battery in Caddo

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    Caddo deputies arrested a Michigan man for sexual battery of a juvenile girl. More>>

    Cris Carter's emotional response to Adrian Peterson's arrest Video included

    Cris Carter of ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown tells it like he sees it. Cris Carter of ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown tells it like he sees it.
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    Cris Carter believes there is no place in the home for corporal punishment and no place for abusers on an NFL field.In an emotional, personal monologue delivered on ESPN's "Sunday NFL Countdown," the Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver took a stand against child abuse in response to Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson being indicted in a child injury case. More>>

    Caddo couple arrested for cruelty to a child

    Jeffrey Noble, 27 & Stephanie File-Malone, 26 / Photos courtesy CPSO Jeffrey Noble, 27 & Stephanie File-Malone, 26 / Photos courtesy CPSO
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    A Bethany couple was arrested for cruelty to a juvenile after they delayed seeking medical treatment for a toddler with a head injury. More>>

    Missing person reported in Natchitoches

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    The Natchitoches Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating a missing person. More>>

    GM expert says 19 deaths eligible for compensation

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    General Motors' compensation expert in cases involving faulty ignition switches has determined that 19 wrongful death claims are eligible for payments from the company. More>>

    NFL: Domestic violence experts added as advisers

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    The NFL says three experts in domestic violence will serve as senior advisers to the league.Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to teams Monday announcing that Lisa Friel, Jane Randel and Rita Smith will "help lead and shape the NFL's policies and programs relating to domestic violence and sexual assault. More>>

    Shreveport mayoral candidate "doubled dipped" thousands of dollars Video included

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    There's more "double dipping" trouble for a candidate for Shreveport mayor.Back in May, we showed you how Patrick Williams explained away one questionable hotel reimbursement. But our research has turned up a pattern of double dipping by the state representative. That is, he got paid back twice for the same expense.Our research from just the year 2012 shows that williams double dipped 45 times for a total amount of $4,021.88. He was paid back once by the state of Louisiana -- the taxpayers --... More>>

    Shreveport shooting suspect in custody

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    A man wanted for a shooting in Shreveport is now in police custody. A tip to Crime Stoppers led police to Tiawain Davis. Davis was wanted for a shooting at an apartment complex in the 6700 block of Rasberry Lane.Police say 25 -year-old Oquez Allen was shot in the upper body. More>>

    Caddo parish schools look for community input Video included

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    Caddo parish school officials need your help. The school district wants to revamp their vision and improve the quality of education for students in our area. More>>

    Mystery Monday: Fighting for the Rights of Ark-La-Tex Veterans Video included

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    When it comes to the rights of America's Veterans an Arklatex group Concerned Citizens for America wants to raise awareness. More>>

    New Orleans police arrest man in officer shooting

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     New Orleans police have arrested a man they say was involved in the shooting of an officer early Sunday morning.

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    Civil War officer to receive Medal of Honor

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     President Barack Obama is bestowing the nation's highest military honor on a Union Army officer who was killed more than 150 years ago during the Battle of Gettysburg.

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    Bossier City Police continue to search for missing teen

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    The Bossier City Police Department continue their efforts to locate a missing teen and are asking for help from the public. More>>

    UPDATE: Armed robbery suspect reportedly shot by Shreveport Police officer Video included

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    A suspect - and a Shreveport Police officer - are in the hospital this morning following an overnight shooting. More>>

    Sports and the local economy, events hold value for Shreveport-Bossier Video included

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    Twelve high school football teams from four states converged onto Shreveport this weekend to battle it out. They also brought along a trail of fans. Battle on the Border, the Independence Bowl and other sporting events bring in thousands of annual visitors into our area.  More>>

    UPDATE: Shooting suspect turns himself in to police Video included

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    Wiley College student Wesley Blackmon, 22, was fatally shot during an unsanctioned off-campus function on Friday night.  More>>

    Lone Star tick posing health hazard in the Ark-La-Tex Video included

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    There are some people who choose for health or personal values not to eat meat. More>>

    One dead in gas accident on offshore Louisiana platform

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    A contractor was killed and two others were injured Saturday during maintenance on a Chevron natural gas pipeline off the Louisiana coast, authorities said. More>>

    SFD crews extinguish electrical fire at Mall St. Vincent Video included

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    Shreveport Fire Dept. crews worked quickly this morning to extinguish a blaze at a local mall. More>>

    "Wings Over Natchitoches" gives spectators a show

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    The cloudy weather didn't keep planes on the ground in Natchitoches Saturday afternoon, as they took to the skies for the "Wings Over Natchitoches" aerobatic air show. More>>

    Two inmates wanted after escape in Lincoln Parish Video included

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    Two inmates fled from the grounds at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center around 6:00 Saturday evening. They are identified as Paul James Landry and Dennis James Harrell. More>>

    State Fair of La. General Manager Arrested Video included

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    The State Fair of Louisiana's president and general manager is facing a drug charge following an arrest early Saturday morning. More>>

    Texarkana Regional Airport to undergo major renovations Video included

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    Texarkana Regional Airport will soon be undergoing major renovations to allow an airline to keep operating. Officials say the airport is vital to the Texarkana region's growth and ability to compete. More>>

    Greyhound turns 100, visits Shreveport in history tour Video included

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    In 1914, 100 years ago, Greyhound buses first took to American roads. To celebrate their centennial birthday, Greyhound is traveling around the country to showcase its history. More>>

    2014 Dragon Boat Races: Dozens show to churn the Red River Video included

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    Chilly temperatures didn't keep hundreds of locals from picking up paddles and hitting the Red River. The 6th Annual Dragon Boat Races remained a sight to see at RiverView Plaza. More>>

    2014 Melissa Maggio Remembrance 5k: Community remembers lost loved one Video included

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    You may remember, a tragic car crash along Benton Road three years ago took Melissa Maggio away from her family and community. Saturday hundreds gathered to celebrate her life and give back in the 2nd Annual Melissa Maggio Remembrance 5k.  More>>

    Latest on Tropical Storm Edouard

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     Here's the latest on Tropical Storm Edourard.

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    One dead, another injured in Marshall, Tx shooting

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    One person is dead, and another injured, after a shooting in Marshall, TX early Saturday morning. More>>

    State Police: One trooper dead in Pennsylvania police barracks shooting

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    State police say one trooper is dead and another is injured after a shooting at a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania.  More>>

    Officials: Veteran suffering from PTSD struck, killed by car on ETX highway Video included

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    The Gregg County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man struck by a vehicle in Lakeport late Friday. More>>

    Fighting School Violence Video included

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    Although school violence at any level is unacceptable, school leaders say schools are not more dangerous now than they where a decade Ago.One recent tragedy of an in school homicide has put a spotlight on violent behavior in students to the public's attention. More>>

    Justin Bloxom remembered tonight at North DeSoto game Video included

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    There was a special honor at an area high school football game in memory of a young murder victim tonight.

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    Weekend Forecast

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     It should be very Fall-like this weekend with only a slight rain chance.  Here's the forecast.

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    Brain-eating amoeba found in Sabine Parish Video included

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    A brain-eating amoeba has been detected in the Ebarb Water District water supply in Sabine Parish.  A chlorine burn will be conducted and will take a few days to complete.  More>>

    Extradition of Shreveport murder suspect from Mexico will take some work Video included

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    A Shreveport man wanted for the Wednesday murder of his girlfriend was arrested by Mexican authorities. A Caddo judge signed an arrest warrant for Mark Colby, 58, Thursday evening, charging him with the second degree murder of his girlfriend, Angela Godley, 53. More>>

    Local school officials learn to combat enterovirus D68 Video included

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    On Friday morning health professionals from local schools, CHRISTUS and the CDC met to learn how to combat enterovirus EV-D68.It's the illness that has sent dozens of children to the hospital this month in at least six confirmed states by the Centers for Disease Control. More>>

    Interim member chosen for vacant seat on Caddo School Board Video included

    Dorothy Nell Warren Fisher is sworn in as interim Caddo Parish School Board member. Dorothy Nell Warren Fisher is sworn in as interim Caddo Parish School Board member.
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    Caddo School Board members have chosen an interim member to fill the seat left vacant following the death of Lillian Priest of district seven.The board just wrapped up interviews with the seven candidates and they selected Dorothy Nell Warren Fisher. More>>

    You betcha! Sarah Palin's whole family reportedly involved in a 20-person brawl

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    Sarah Palinmay have channeled her inner lipstick-wearing pit bull this past weekend, when her entire family was reportedly involved in a brawl in Alaska. More>>

    Bossier 4H gets donation from local state rep. Video included

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    Back in June, State Rep. Henry Burns won the Hudson Award, giving him the title of "2014 Gentleman." It also gives him a chance to help a Louisiana cause of his choice. More>>

    Suspect jailed in connection to multiple vehicle burglaries in Shreveport

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    A local teenager suspected in a trio of vehicle burglaries this summer in west Shreveport is now in police custody and charged with the crimes. More>>

    Arrest warrant issued for shooting suspect in Shreveport

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    A suspect is wanted by police following a warrant being issued for his arrest in connection to a shooting that injured a Shreveport man earlier this week.Back on Sunday, police responded to the 6700 block of Rasberry Lane relative to a shooting.  More>>

    NPSO detectives arrest Natchitoches man in connection with death of 14-week-old daughter

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    Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Detectives working in conjunction with La. Department of Children and Family Services, Natchitoches Parish Coroner's Office and Natchitoches Parish District Attorney's Office have arrested a Natchitoches man in connection with the death of his 14 month old daughter according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. More>>

    Landers Battle on the Border is all set for Friday & Saturday in Shreveport

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    Brace yourselves for The Landers Battle on the Border. This weekend's high school football showcase will highlight some of the top programs and players in the south. The twelve team, two day format will take place at Independence Stadium in Shreveport on September 12th and 13th. More>>

    Suspect in East Shreveport homicide arrested in Mexico Video included

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    Federal investigators have joined the search for Shreveport murder suspect Mark Colby, believing the 58-year-old to have fled the area. More>>

    3 Shreveport city council districts have same needs Video included

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    Election season is upon us. Big races across the city of Shreveport include mayor, city council and school board -- all offices that can have daily, direct impact on neighborhoods and people's lives.  More>>

    Shreveport city employee retirement fund struggling Video included

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    Imagine going to your boss and asking for a raise and instead of getting that raise they say they actually have to cut more from your paycheck.  More>>

    EPA to get involved with Shreveport landfill fire situation Video included

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    The Environmental Protection Agency agrees to help out with the a city landfill issue. Harrelson Landfill has been a thorn in the side of North Shreveport residents who say they're fed up with the smoke.  More>>

    LSU hospital manager tells board invoices paid

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    The manager of LSU's hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe says it has paid outstanding debts to the university system and is working out the final details of its contract.
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    Oscar Pistorius: Guilty of negligent killing, one gun charge

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    A judge found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. It's akin to negligent killing.
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    Shooting down of MH17 'most likely' scenario

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    The chief Dutch prosecutor overseeing the criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 says that the plane being shot down from the ground is the "most likely" scenario being probed by dozens of investigators.
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    Head-on crash injures two in Caddo Parish

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    Two people are injured after a serious crash in north Caddo Parish along Highway 1 in Rodessa. More>>

    EPA agrees to play active role in Harrelson Landfill order

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    The Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to help facilitate the effective closure of a private landfill that has long been a source of complaints by Shreveport residents concerned about the smoke and fumes spewed by the underground fires that have burned at the site for years. More>>

    Mansfield police chief disputes study naming city among "most dangerous" in Louisiana Video included

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    Mansfield Police Chief Gary Hobbs takes issue with a recent report calling his town among the Louisiana's most dangerous cities, speculating it was put out by alarm company Home Security Shield to boost sales. More>>

    Bossier Chamber honors local Patriots Video included

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    On the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Bossier's first responders and military were honored with the annual Patriot Awards that were handed out on by the Chamber of Commerce.  More>>

    Shreveport police cars sit outside home, business of murdered woman

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    The investigation into a Shreveport homicide discovered yesterday afternoon continues Thursday with no suspects named. However, the police do look for one man for information. More>>

    9/11 remembered in Shreveport-Bossier City, dozens attend somber memorials Video included

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    September 11 is a day that can't be forgotten. Its impact has affected us all in some way over the past 13 years. Thursday, dozens of groups around the Arklatex gathered to remember the day that changed our nation. More>>

    KTBS 3 Vault Remembering 9/11 Video included

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    13 years a go from our KTBS 3 Video Vault: Sherri Talley at BAFB with President Bush .A voice on the phone. A cry in the dark. A flag raised amid death and devastation. These are the stories forever linked with the September 11, 2001, terror attacks in New York, Washington and western Pennsylvania.In some cases, they are tales of ordinary people caught in extraordinary circumstances -- people who became symbols of comfort and hope for a grieving nation. More>>

    UPDATE: Bones found on Red River sandbar are human

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    Bones found on a sandbar in the Red River are human, according to Caddo Parish Coroner Dr. Todd Thoma.An "intact female adult skeleton," including a skull, have been located, but it's too early to provide further information, he said. More>>

    Louisiana Tech welcomes largest freshman class since new admission standards put in place Video included

    More than 1,200 students were estimated to attend Louisiana Tech's Freshman Convocation on September 3, 2014. They did not all fit in Howard Auditorium. A couple hundred had to watch via a video feed in the Student Union. More than 1,200 students were estimated to attend Louisiana Tech's Freshman Convocation on September 3, 2014. They did not all fit in Howard Auditorium. A couple hundred had to watch via a video feed in the Student Union.
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    “We really won't know until the 9th class day, but we expect about a 15 percent increase in the size of our freshman class,” said Dr. James King, vice president of the University.

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    Texarkana College evacuated after bomb threat, will re-open at 2:00pm Video included

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    The main campus of Texarkana College was evacuated Thursday because of a bomb threat.They plan to reopen the campus at 2:00pm.  More>>

    Police searching for missing Bossier teen

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    The Bossier City Police Department is asking the public for assistance with locating a missing teenage girl who is believed to have run away from home.Nakita Taylor was last seen August 30, when she left home to go to a friend's home. Police say right now, there's nothing to indicate that foul play is involved in her disappearance, but there is concern for the 17 year old's welfare.Nakita is a black female who is 5' 9” tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds.She has a pierced tongue along wi... More>>

    Sports Director Paul Crane sounds off on the NFL's discipline of Ray Rice Video included

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    KTBS 3 Sports Director is calling into question the NFL's decision-making process following the release of the controversial video of Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee in a casino elevator.Crane relates the past actions taken against the New Orleans Saints to the highly criticized handling of Rice's situation in this “Just My Opinion” editorial. More>>

    Update: Woman found shot to death in Shreveport's Shreve Island neighborhood Identified Video included

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    Shreveport Police are on the scene of a homicide right now. The scene is the 1900 block of Bayou, at the corner of Bayou and Bermuda. More>>

    BAFB holds reveille to remember 9/11 Video included

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    It's been 13 years since the worst terrorist attack on US soil. September 11, 2001 is a day that most Americans remember vividly. More>>

    Early Morning Downtown Fires Keep SFD Busy Video included

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    Two early morning fires involving a vacant residential home and a vacant business have kept several fire companies busy this morning in downtown Shreveport.
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    Former speaker Hastert marks Flight 93 anniversary

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    The 40 passengers and crew who died when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed in southwestern Pennsylvania during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are to be honored in a new way during the 13th anniversary ceremony at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
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    Changes surround 9/11 anniversary commemoration

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    The annual Sept. 11 commemoration ceremony has changed little over the years. But so much around it has.
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    Pistorius arrives in court ahead of verdict

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    Oscar Pistorius has arrived in a South African courtroom ahead of the verdict in the murder trial of the double-amputee athlete.
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    NFL: Former FBI director will probe Rice case

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    The NFL says former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III will conduct a probe into how the NFL handled evidence as it investigated domestic violence claims against former Ravens running back Ray Rice. More>>

    Local hospital systems shell out for multi-million dollar construction projects Video included

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    The face of health care in Shreveport - Bossier City is literally changing before our eyes. The three major hospital systems are each working on multi-million dollar construction projects to expand and revamp services. More>>

    Just a few of the many 9/11 events planned locally for Thursday

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    9/11 REMEMBRANCE REVIELLE AND MEDAL PRESENTATIONSTeam Barksdale will participate in Reveille at 7 a.m. Thursday as part of a 9/11 remembrance ceremony. Team Barksdale senior non-commissioned officers will be in formation and salute as the flag is raised at half-staff. Following the flag raising ceremony Col. Kristin Goodwin, 2nd Bomb Wing commander, will provide remarks and present Senior Airman TJ Brantley from the 2nd Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight will with the... More>>

    President Obama says military campaign will take time Video included

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    \President Barack Obama says it will take time to eradicate Islamic State extremists but is offering no timetable for how long the United States will conduct airstrikes against the group in Iraq and Syria.The president spoke to the nation from the White House Wednesday night. More>>

    Incumbents go head to head in race for Bossier Parish School Board seat Video included

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    Over 22,000 students - a record-breaking number for Bossier Parish Schools this year. More>>

    Angie's List- New survey sounds alarm on subpar service Video included

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    “In a recent Harris poll, we found that 50 percent of homeowners that have recently hired a contractor were not happy or had problems,” said Angie Hicks of Angie's List.  More>>

    Search is on for missing Natchitoches Parish man

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    Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Deputies are seeking the public's help in their search for a missing man. More>>

    Local officials, advocates vow to wipe out veteran homelessness by end of 2015 Video included

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    "It starts with veterans, but it goes on to family, it goes on to all of the other groups and segments and populations that need to be targeted." More>>

    Caddo Parish Life Science Teacher: Highly Effective Video included

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    A group of teachers in Caddo Parish Schools is making the grade, through a program used to measure the efficiency of teacher performance in the classroom. More>>

    Doctor reports rise in severe cases of enterovirus in Arklatex Video included

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    There's a new health alert causing concern for parents across the nation.An uncommon strain of enterovirus known as D68 is infecting children in more than ten states, mostly in the midwest and southeast. More>>

    NEW INFO: Natchitoches Police need help finding missing woman

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    The Natchitoches Police Department needs help finding a missing woman. More>>

    Haughton man arrested for road rage incident involving gunfire

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    A Haughton man was arrested for allegedly firing a gunshot at another vehicle during an apparent case of road rage. More>>

    Gators cause problem to Arkansas sewer levee Video included

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    A Southwest Arkansas city is experiencing some gator trouble.Alligators are causing sewer pond levees to erode in Garland City. More>>

    Dr. Tim Hart as 2014 Samaritan of the Year

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    The Samaritan Counseling Center announces Dr. Tim Hart as recipient of the 2014 Samaritan of the Year award. Dr. Hart has served the community in countless ways over the past years and continues to provide strong leadership in various volunteer opportunities. More>>

    Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office investigating bones found along Red River

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    The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office and Caddo Coroner's Office are investigating the discovery of bones on a sandbar in Red River. More>>

    TASD Safe Room Grand Opening

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    On Monday, September 15, at 1:00 p.m., the Texarkana Arkansas School District will hold grand openings for safe rooms located on the Union and Trice campuses.  More>>

    Young child and elderly woman recovering from dog attack in East Texas

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    An eight year old child, and elderly woman are recovering from wounds they received after an attack by two pit bull dogs. More>>

    Missouri executes man for killing 2 in robbery

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    A Missouri inmate has been put to death for killing two people during a restaurant robbery in 1998.
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    Now open, 9/11 museum sees influx of new artifacts

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    Four months after opening, the National September 11 Memorial Museum has gotten about 135 new gifts from victims' families, survivors, rescue workers and others.
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    Obama outlining mission to fight Islamic militants Video included

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    President Barack Obama will deliver a prime-time address Wednesday outlining an expanded military and political effort to combat militants in Syria and Iraq, and urge Congress to quickly give him authority to arm moderate Syrian opposition forces fighting President Bashar Assad.
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    New Scam Wipes Out Your Bank Account

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    There is a new scam going around that has made it's way to the ARKLATEX.You fill out an application online and before you start working you have a check in the mail for almost 2K. When you cash it or deposit it in your bank account you get wiped out.New Boston, TX resident Amy Bean got one of these checks last month while she was looking for a job. When she filled out the application she included her social security number and drivers license number.She got a letter from Microchip Tech Incorp... More>>

    Community fights school violence at Natchitoches Central High

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    A community is searching for solutions after the tragic death of Natchitoches central student Johnquaries Smith and the arrest of his classmate Timmy Robinson. More>>

    A Sneak Peak At Bossier's Walker Place Park Video included

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    The park that came out of a lawsuit against Bossier City is slowly coming into view..on paper. Bossier City engineers released a sneak peak picture of Walker Place park which will be constructed near the Century Link Center. During an agenda meeting today the city moved closer to approving the use of additional money to make sure the park will become a reality next year.  More>>

    Ferguson reforms met with rancor at city meeting

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    Efforts by Ferguson city leaders to repair the local government's fractured relationship with its residents have gotten off to a rocky start.Tuesday was the first public meeting of elected officials since the Aug. 9 death of Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old who was shot by a white police officer. More>>

    Shreveport City Council postpones resolution for street bonds again Video included

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    This resolution was the same one the council postponed at the last meeting two weeks ago. More>>

    7th Explo employee indicted on ten charges Video included

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    Authorities say the seventh defendant was working as a manager for Explo when a blast shook homes and businesses more than 20 miles from the Camp Minden property. More>>

    Bodies of 5 missing South Carolina children found Video included

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    A district attorney says the bodies of five children missing from South Carolina have been found in rural Alabama.  More>>

    Ragweed pollen season has begun

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     Allergy sufferers beware!  Ragweed season is just starting!

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    Closing a "fatal gap:" How Louisiana is doing 9 months after enhanced background check laws go into effect Video included

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    About one year ago, KTBS brought you a startling investigation into federal background checks for firearm purchases. Background checks are supposed to weed out felons and mental defectives. But Louisiana had reported zero mental defectives to the FBI's background check system, making us one of the worst states for keeping guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. Because of that, lawmakers passed laws to fix these broken background checks. Until this law went into effect, someone could walk... More>>

    UPDATE: Name released in deadly head-on collision in Cullen

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    KTBS 3 News has learned that both Life Air and the Webster Parish coroner have been called to the scene of a head-on collision involving an 18 wheeler on Highway 371 near Cullen. More>>

    Flare gun blamed for two arson fires in Lufkin

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    Investigators in Lufkin have determined two recent house fires were caused by a a flare being shot into the homes. More>>

    Latest Shreveport mayoral forum a two-person show Video included

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    It's hard to know of the next mayor of Shreveport was heard at a forum Tuesday afternoon. Only two candidates were let on stage.Two others -- Victoria Provenza and Sam Jenkins -- were at the North Shreveport Business Association's forum, but were not allowed to take part. They had agreed to another forum at the same time. But that forum got cancelled. And the NSBA said it could not work them in for this forum.So it was just Ollie Tyler and Patrick Williams answering the questions. Tyler needl... More>>

    Arkansas authorities stop armed suspect Video included

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    An Arkansas sheriff says his deputies were forced to disable an armed suspect's truck. More>>

    Mooringsport man charged with molesting juvenile

    Richard Elmore, Jr., 35 / photo courtesy CPSO Richard Elmore, Jr., 35 / photo courtesy CPSO
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    A Mooringsport man who was arrested this past month for possessing child pornography is now facing additional charges. More>>

    Sexually transmitted cancer still plaguing dogs

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    A sexually transmitted cancer is still plaguing dogs around the world despite efforts to combat the disease by sterilizing dogs and preventing them from roaming free, according to recent survey of veterinarians. More>>

    5 horrific things that can haunt your finances

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    You know the guy. The guy who bought a house to rent out and then an inspector showed up after and told him he needed $30,000 in repairs before it was rentable. And then one of the tenants flooded the house and insurance didn't cover it.  More>>

    Gov't agency pushes to lower blood alcohol limits for drivers to 0.05

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    Traffic fatalities have been on the decline for several decades, but despite such improvements, alcohol has remained a contributing factor in roughly one-third of roadway deaths. More>>

    Ray Rice's wife, Janay, issues statement, calls situation a "nightmare" Video included

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    Janay Rice, the wife of Ray Rice, is defending her husband after video was released Monday that showed him knocking her out. The video shows rice punching his fiancé at the time, inside an elevator at a hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey, seven months ago. More>>

    25-year-old arrested for sexually assaulting a teen

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    Shreveport Police detectives have arrested a local man accused of sexually assaulting a 15 year old girl in west Shreveport Monday night.Approximately 11:30 p.m. on September 8, 2014, Shreveport Police patrol officers were dispatched to the 6900 block of Broadway Avenue relative to a sexual assault. Upon arrival, officers contacted the mother of the victim who advised a family friend forcibly raped her daughter. Authorities apprehended the suspect who attempted to flee from officers on foot.S... More>>

    Order prohibiting outdoor burning issued by Harrison County Judge

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    The Commissioners Court issued an order prohibiting outdoor burning for Harrison County in Texas.Harrison County Judge Hugh Taylor signed the order on Monday and states that because of the circumstances in the area, it would be a public safety hazard. More>>

    Human skull found along Red River near Fulton, Arkansas Video included

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    A Human Skull and piece of clothing were discovered Monday on a sandbar just south of Fulton, Arkansas. More>>

    A/C Unit Possible Cause of Early Morning Fire Video included

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    A fire breaks out in a Shreveport home early this morning and the family escapes unharmed.
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    Troopers Seize Over 10 Pounds of Marijuana on Interstate 20 Video included

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    Louisiana State Troopers arrested a Florida State University student for narcotics charges monday following a traffic stop on Interstate 20 in Bossier Parish. More>>

    New charge filed against ex-star of reality show

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    New rape charges have been filed against Will Hayden, the former star of the reality TV show, "Sons of Guns."
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    4th US citizen with Ebola to be treated in Atlanta

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    A hospital in Atlanta is preparing to treat its third Ebola patient.
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    Report: Flight 17 likely downed by outside impact Video included

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    The Dutch team investigating the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine says the crash was likely caused by the plane being hit by multiple "high-energy objects from outside the aircraft."
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    DeSoto DA's race focuses on spending and results

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    DeSoto Parish residents will choose their own district attorney for the second time since separating services from neighboring Sabine. More>>

    Ravens release Ray Rice after domestic violence video revealed

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    The Baltimore Ravens have released Ray Rice and the NFL has suspendeA grainy video released by TMZ Sports shows Rice and his then-fiancee getting into an elevator.  More>>

    U.S. may have identified Foley's executioner Video included

    James Foley (source: CNN) James Foley (source: CNN)
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    The U.S. may have identified the masked man in the ISIS execution video of American Journalist James Foley. More>>

    Queen City under boil advisory after break in major water line

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    The City of Queen City, Texas has issued a boil advisory.The advisory comes after a contract crew broke a major water line on FM 74 and FM 785.  More>>

    It's easier for ex-cons to get jobs, commissioner to hold expungement summit in Shreveport Video included

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    It's no secret. Trying to find a job in this country isn't easy these days, and if you have a criminal record, it's even harder. In Louisiana a law passed this summer helps offenders expunge their records. More>>

    Riverboat revenues down for Caddo Parish, casino admissions down too Video included

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    Riverboat gaming revenues are down. That's what the caddo finance department tells the commission. The department is requesting $300,000 to make up for the shortfall. Tempting lady luck is easy in Shreveport-Bossier with six casinos and Louisiana Downs.  More>>

    Shreveport park comes alive with jazz festival Video included

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    The smooth sounds of jazz filled one Shreveport community this afternoon."PAC" the Park Joint Venture held its second annual "Jazz in the Park" music festival. Dozens showed to watch jazz bands and dancers perform within Chris Hays Park. More>>

    Phil Robertson is greeted by thousands in Bossier City, speaks his mind on election

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    Phil Robertson, of Duck Dynasty fame, shook up Bossier City Saturday with an "UnPhiltered" speech. Robertson and his son Alan were guest speakers at the first ever "Outdoor Extravaganza" at Bossier City's CenturyLink Center.  More>>

    Libertarian candidates meet Shreveport-Bossier voters, call for smaller government Video included

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    Opponents to Senator Mary Landrieu and Representative John Flemming met voters Saturday for a small forum at Shane's Barbecue in Bossier City. The two Libertarians addressed many issues their party sees as solutions for the nation's woes. More>>

    Inefficiencies found in Caddo Parish School District Audit

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    The Caddo Parish School District has faced major financial stresses in past years. From teacher cuts, budget deficits, to fear of school closures - the district has struggled to stay afloat. So one would think there's lean budget - with no waste in the system.  More>>

    Living on the taxpayer's dime: 3 Investigates state official perks Video included

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    The Superintendent of Louisiana State Police, Colonel Mike Edmonson, has been thrust into a different limelight recently, after a new law gave him a pension boost given to almost no one else. And now we're learning of another perk he enjoys.  More>>

    Documents obtained by KTBS indicate compliance issues not a problem until University Health takeover of LSU Video included

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    The most controversial allegation by University Health hinted at in official documents is the "dual system of care for insured versus uninsured."  More>>

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    • Hooks family searches for answers in unsolved murder case

      Hooks family searches for answers in unsolved murder case

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      A year after the suspicious death of a Hooks, Texas, woman, her friends and family are fighting to keep her unsolved murder case alive.
      A year after the suspicious death of a Hooks, Texas, woman, her friends and family are fighting to keep her unsolved murder case alive.
    • Lone Star tick posing health hazard in the Ark-La-Tex

      Lone Star tick posing health hazard in the Ark-La-Tex

      Sunday, September 14 2014 8:41 AM EDT2014-09-14 12:41:01 GMT
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      There are some people who choose for health or personal values not to eat meat.
      There are some people who choose for health or personal values not to eat meat.
    • Ragweed Season is here

      Ragweed Season is here

      Friday, September 12 2014 7:26 PM EDT2014-09-12 23:26:41 GMT
      Figure 1:  Ragweed PlantFigure 1: Ragweed Plant
       Fall is usually a time of relief from an unbearably hot summer here in the ArkLaTex.  Unfortunately, it's also the start of Ragweed season!  Find out what this means in this ArkLaTex In-Depth Report.


       Fall is usually a time of relief from an unbearably hot summer here in the ArkLaTex.  Unfortunately, it's also the start of Ragweed season!  Find out what this means in this ArkLaTex In-Depth Report.

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    • Ethics complaint filed against Sen. David Vitter

      Ethics complaint filed against Sen. David Vitter

      Monday, September 15 2014 8:40 PM EDT2014-09-16 00:40:24 GMT
      U.S. Sen. David VitterU.S. Sen. David Vitter
      A Democratic group has lodged an ethics complaint against Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter, alleging he violated state campaign finance restrictions.
      A Democratic group has lodged an ethics complaint against Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter, alleging he violated state campaign finance restrictions.
    • Shreveport mayoral candidate "doubled dipped" thousands of dollars

      Shreveport mayoral candidate "doubled dipped" thousands of dollars

      Monday, September 15 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-09-15 18:00:14 GMT
      There's more "double dipping" trouble for a candidate for Shreveport mayor.Back in May, we showed you how Patrick Williams explained away one questionable hotel reimbursement. But our research has turned up a pattern of double dipping by the state representative. That is, he got paid back twice for the same expense.Our research from just the year 2012 shows that williams double dipped 45 times for a total amount of $4,021.88. He was paid back once by the state of Louisiana -- the taxpayers --...
      There's more "double dipping" trouble for a candidate for Shreveport mayor.Back in May, we showed you how Patrick Williams explained away one questionable hotel reimbursement. But our research has turned up a pattern of double dipping by the state representative. That is, he got paid back twice for the same expense.Our research from just the year 2012 shows that williams double dipped 45 times for a total amount of $4,021.88. He was paid back once by the state of Louisiana -- the taxpayers --...
    • Incumbents go head to head in race for Bossier Parish School Board seat

      Incumbents go head to head in race for Bossier Parish School Board seat

      Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:03 PM EDT2014-09-11 02:03:28 GMT
      (Source: Bossier Parish Schools)(Source: Bossier Parish Schools)
      Over 22,000 students - a record-breaking number for Bossier Parish Schools this year.
      Over 22,000 students - a record-breaking number for Bossier Parish Schools this year.
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    • Shreveport mayoral candidate "doubled dipped" thousands of dollars

      Shreveport mayoral candidate "doubled dipped" thousands of dollars

      Monday, September 15 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-09-15 18:00:14 GMT
      There's more "double dipping" trouble for a candidate for Shreveport mayor.Back in May, we showed you how Patrick Williams explained away one questionable hotel reimbursement. But our research has turned up a pattern of double dipping by the state representative. That is, he got paid back twice for the same expense.Our research from just the year 2012 shows that williams double dipped 45 times for a total amount of $4,021.88. He was paid back once by the state of Louisiana -- the taxpayers --...
      There's more "double dipping" trouble for a candidate for Shreveport mayor.Back in May, we showed you how Patrick Williams explained away one questionable hotel reimbursement. But our research has turned up a pattern of double dipping by the state representative. That is, he got paid back twice for the same expense.Our research from just the year 2012 shows that williams double dipped 45 times for a total amount of $4,021.88. He was paid back once by the state of Louisiana -- the taxpayers --...
    • Closing a "fatal gap:" How Louisiana is doing 9 months after enhanced background check laws go into effect

      Closing a "fatal gap:" How Louisiana is doing 9 months after enhanced background check laws go into effect

      Monday, September 8 2014 12:16 PM EDT2014-09-08 16:16:54 GMT
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      About one year ago, KTBS brought you a startling investigation into federal background checks for firearm purchases. Background checks are supposed to weed out felons and mental defectives. But Louisiana had reported zero mental defectives to the FBI's background check system, making us one of the worst states for keeping guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. Because of that, lawmakers passed laws to fix these broken background checks. Until this law went into effect, someone could walk...
      About one year ago, KTBS brought you a startling investigation into federal background checks for firearm purchases. Background checks are supposed to weed out felons and mental defectives. But Louisiana had reported zero mental defectives to the FBI's background check system, making us one of the worst states for keeping guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. Because of that, lawmakers passed laws to fix these broken background checks. Until this law went into effect, someone could walk...
    • The Military’s Search for 1 little boy ends in Shreveport: "Hope you make it." ---- Gavin

      The Military’s Search for 1 little boy ends in Shreveport: "Hope you make it." ---- Gavin

      Thursday, August 21 2014 10:31 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:31:10 GMT
      Saturday, September 6 2014 5:02 PM EDT2014-09-06 21:02:06 GMT
      © "Hope you make it." ----Gavin© "Hope you make it." ----Gavin
       Airmen and soldiers serving in Afghanistan found laughter in difficult times, all courtesy of 4 little words in a letter from a school child – “Hope you make it. – Gavin” The troops wanted to meet the young man who inspired them so much.
       Airmen and soldiers serving in Afghanistan found laughter in difficult times, all courtesy of 4 little words in a letter from a school child – “Hope you make it. – Gavin” The troops wanted to meet the young man who inspired them so much.
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    • Trump Plaza: 4th Atlantic City casino shutdown

      Trump Plaza: 4th Atlantic City casino shutdown

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:31 AM EDT2014-09-16 09:31:24 GMT
      Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:31 AM EDT2014-09-16 09:31:26 GMT
      When Trump Plaza opened on May 14, 1984, Donald Trump called it the finest building in Atlantic City, and possibly the nation.
      When Trump Plaza opened on May 14, 1984, Donald Trump called it the finest building in Atlantic City, and possibly the nation.
    • US tobacco growers brace for tougher competition

      US tobacco growers brace for tougher competition

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:01 AM EDT2014-09-16 09:01:53 GMT
      Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:02 AM EDT2014-09-16 09:02:06 GMT
      Starting next month, America's remaining tobacco growers will be totally exposed to the laws of supply and demand.
      Starting next month, America's remaining tobacco growers will be totally exposed to the laws of supply and demand.
    • Northern California wildfire devastates town

      Northern California wildfire devastates town

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 4:11 AM EDT2014-09-16 08:11:27 GMT
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      Dan Linville and his son were sitting in their living room when they smelled smoke. When they looked outside, they saw a black cloud coming over the hills.


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      North LA Criminal Justice Academy graduates 15

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      Fifteen recruits from four agencies became certified P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards and Training) law enforcement officers during the graduation of Class 011 from North Louisiana Criminal Justice Academy May 23.
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      Thank you Lt. Bill Davis with the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office for sending us these pictures of this morning's Law Enforcement Torch Run.
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      Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington congratulates a D.A.R.E. graduate Monday afternoon at Curtis Elementary School in Bossier City in which 242 5th graders were honored with their graduation certificates.
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      Thank you to all of our viewers who shared your pictures with us of the Blood Moon.
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