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Rick Rowe's ArkLaTex Best: Black Water Bride Video included

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A local band just got back from a major festival in Key West.  It was significant because they were specifically invited and some of the biggest songwriters in country music were there. More>>

Texas teen's 'Hail Mary' pass goes viral Video included

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   A Texas teen's video from vine goes viral after he shows off his football skills in a 'Hail Mary Pass'. Gary Haynes, throws the ball 45 feet; then runs the distance and catches it. More>>

Plans afoot to rebuild Bush international terminal

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Houston Airport System officials are working toward a $1.5 billion project to rebuild and expand the international terminal at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport. More>>

Groups react to La. anti-sodomy law being upheld

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Louisiana will remain one of a dozen states that continue to prohibit sodomy, though a U.S. Supreme Court ruling struck down such laws a decade ago. More>>

Jackpots unclaimed in top Saturday lotteries in La

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The Louisiana Lottery Corp. says nobody won the jackpots for three big weekend lotteries sold in Louisiana. More>>

Miss America: Don't suspend teen over prom invite

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Miss America is asking a Pennsylvania school district to reconsider the punishment of a senior who asked her to prom during the question-and-answer portion of an assembly. More>>

Hang onto those supporting documents for your tax return

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Now that the tax filing deadline is here, it's time to focus on all those documents that support your return. More>>

Mystery surrounds death of Tenn. twins in home

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The strange discovery of the skeletal remains of twin brothers Andrew and Anthony Johnson has mystified neighbors and others in Chattanooga and beyond. More>>

American spy's release would be high-stakes gamble

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The Obama administration is bringing the U.S. closer than it has been in years to granting convicted spy Jonathan Pollard an early release as part of Mideast peace talks. More>>

First Baptist Church School Reaches for the Stars Video included

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Nearly 240 students in grades Kindergarten through Fifth at First Baptist Church School will participate in a space-themed Curriculum Fair. More>>

Cajun band to tour mainland China

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New Orleans-based public radio program "American Routes" has organized the first tour by a Louisiana French band to mainland China. More>>

Go Red Luncheon

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CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier is partnering up with the American Heart Association to sponsor the 2014 Go Red Luncheon. More>>

Hope Run in Marshall

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Next weekend you can run for great cause.

In Marshall the eleventh annual Hope Walk/Run will be held next Saturday in downtown Marshall.
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Crawfish and Pecan Soup Video included

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Check out a recipe from the new The Pot & The Palette Cookbook! More>>

Smoked Roasted Garlic Injected Pork Loin with Pepper Jelly Glaze Video included

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Thanksgiving is almost here!

And for many it's time to start planning and prepping for that holiday meal.
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Cartwheels Over Cancer: Fighting Cancer one Cartwheel at a Time

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Fourth-grader GraceAnne Hodgson hopes to help children fighting cancer through "Cartwheel Over Cancer" the second-annual fund raiser benefiting the Feist Weiller Cancer Center. More>>

Sweet Treats: Bourbon Pecan Bites Video included

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Award Winning chef Zondrain Mack of Bossier has the perfect treat for this holiday season. She shares with us her Bourbon Pecan Bites. More>>

Heart Walk for American Heart Association

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. And this weekend you can help raise awareness. More>>

Centenary College Open House Video included

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This Saturday, Centenary College of Louisiana is inviting all high school seniors and juniors still looking for the right college. More>>

Texas inmate to die Tuesday for abduction, slaying

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A Texas death row inmate is set for execution Tuesday evening for abducting a Houston couple, raping the woman and killing the man. More>>

Taking Root

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With the colder weather of fall and winter the thought of planting vegetation may be distant from your way of thinking. Not so for KTBS Neil Shaw in this Ark La Tex in Depth Report. More>>

Squirrel hunting with Brian Fowler Video included

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Some guys are out bow hunting for deer right now. We are heading out to squirrel hunt on a very early Saturday morning.  More>>

Raised in Louisiana a 4H Dream Video included

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4-H...It's an organization you've probably heard of or known someone who has been affected by it. More>>

Airline Homecoming Video included

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Homecoming is point in fall that most high school students look forward too.

For 25 years Airline High School in Bossier has been celebrating homecoming but one thing was missing...the homecoming parade.
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Inside the Marshall Fire Department Video included

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We go inside the Marshall Fire Department to show you what goes on behind the scenes to make it work! More>>

State Fair Cooking Competition

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In less than a month the Louisiana State Fair will be back in town!

The fair is full of fun, food and loads of friendly competition.
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Federal trial over Gulf oil spill to resume

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A trial is set to resume for the federal litigation spawned by BP's massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, with a focus on the company's response to the deadly disaster. More>>

River City Rep Theater Hosting Big Event

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This weekend the River City Rep Theater is hosting a big event and you're invited! More>>

Bark in the Park: A Canine Event for Cancer

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This Saturday the American Cancer Society is celebrating our four legged friends with a Bark for Life: Canine Event to fight Cancer. More>>

Drunk driving ends in a crash and burn Video included

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A man is in jail after slamming his SUV into a building in the 4200 block of Pro Street. More>>

Oklahoma Indian casinos impacting Shreveport-Bossier

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Tomorrow, we'll learn just how much money area riverboats took in last month.  The state Gaming Control board is scheduled to meet in Baton Rouge. That's where the revenue figures will be released. More>>

AID: Remembering April Fulghum Video included

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The murder trial of a former maintenance man, charged with killing his boss will get underway next month.  Robert Earl Walter is charged with 2nd degree murder for last year's killing of April Fulgham. More>>

Area kids D.A.R.E to be Fit for Life

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About 8,000 students from Caddo and Bossier parish are expected to pack Independence Stadium Wednesday morning for the annual "Fit for Life D.A.R.E Day." More>>

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  • Former East Texas officer possible suspect in Jacksonville murder

    Former East Texas officer possible suspect in Jacksonville murder

    Thursday, August 21 2014 11:26 AM EDT2014-08-21 15:26:21 GMT
    Shunte Coleman (source: KYTX)Shunte Coleman (source: KYTX)
    Authorities say they are treating the death of a Jacksonville woman whose remains were found earlier this year as a murder investigation. They also say they aren't ruling out a former police officer as a suspect.The skeletal remains of 26-year-old Shunte Coleman were found in a wooded area of San Augustine County back in March, nearly eight years after her disappearance. The body of Terri Reyes was found in that same area in 2007,one month after her own disappearance. Both women were schedule...
    Authorities say they are treating the death of a Jacksonville woman whose remains were found earlier this year as a murder investigation. They also say they aren't ruling out a former police officer as a suspect.The skeletal remains of 26-year-old Shunte Coleman were found in a wooded area of San Augustine County back in March, nearly eight years after her disappearance. The body of Terri Reyes was found in that same area in 2007,one month after her own disappearance. Both women were schedule...
  • 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 10:59 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:59:26 GMT
    © "Hope you make it." ----Gavin© "Hope you make it." ----Gavin
    The Military's Search for 1 little boy ends in Shreveport. Serious men with a serious mission, and a seriously great sense of humor. 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. We'll have the story, and the touching meeting, tonight at 6 pm on KTBS 3.
    The Military's Search for 1 little boy ends in Shreveport. Serious men with a serious mission, and a seriously great sense of humor. 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. We'll have the story, and the touching meeting, tonight at 6 pm on KTBS 3.
  • ArkLaTex candidates make place on November ballot official

    ArkLaTex candidates make place on November ballot official

    Thursday, August 21 2014 10:50 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:50:58 GMT
    KTBS will update the list below as the candidates turn in their paper work into the state. 
    KTBS will update the list below as the candidates turn in their paper work into the state. 
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