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Hundreds of Aggies to plant thousands of trees at fire-ravaged Bastrop State Park

Flash back to Labor Day weekend in 2011 when high winds spawned by a tropical storm in Louisiana combined with epic drought conditions to fuel the most damaging wildfire in Texas history in and around the Central Texas community of Bastrop.

Second person allegedly hit by train in last week

A Bossier City man dodged a big bullet after he reportedly walked into the side of a moving train early this morning.

BCPD warns of Western Union scam

The Bossier City Police Department is warning businesses that serve as locations for Western Union to be aware of a scam that has recently hit three such local businesses.

Texan Perry and Californian Brown battle for business

What could be more fun than a throwdown between Governor Goodhair and Governor Moonbeam?

Shreveport man accused of breaking into home, trying to rape woman

A Shreveport man is accused of breaking into a home Friday evening and attempting to rape a young woman.

Wanted fugitive caught following traffic stop on I-20

Lousiana authorities captured a wanted fugitive over the weekend after he failed to comply to driving safely during rainy conditions.

Drought conditions looking good in the Ark-La-Tex

Residents in the Ark-La-Tex have another reason to celebrate. After almost a full year of drought conditions, the majority of the region is no longer suffering from a drought.

Some not happy about Obamacare mandate

The Obama Administration proposed its latest ideas on mandatory contraceptive coverage, but one local East Texas University says it's not enough.

Krewe of Highland Parade set to roll Sunday

The Krewe of Highland’s Mardi Gras Parade is all set to roll out at 2:00 p.m.

Robinson's Rescue to party for their 4th annual "Best in Sheaux" event

Monday evening, Robinson's Rescue will be throwing a party during the Westminster Dog Show, every dog lover's favorite competition.