Stacey Cameron, KSLA News 12

Stacey Cameron

KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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  • KALB News Channel 5
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  • FOX 8 New Orleans

Past articles by Stacey:

KSLA INVESTIGATES: Candidates violating city ordinances by putting campaign signs in public rights-of-way

Whether it’s the office of the mayor, senator, city council, or school board, drive almost anywhere in Shreveport right now, and you’re certain to catch sight of political signs promoting a host of political candidates, pleading for your vote. → Read More

Sen. Kennedy responds to questions about campaign appearances

Kennedy is facing three challengers on the ballot. → Read More

Shreveport mayor disqualified from upcoming mayoral election

A Caddo Parish court judge ruled on Tuesday, Aug. 2 that incumbent Mayor Adrian Perkins is disqualified as a candidate for the upcoming mayoral election. → Read More

Federal lawsuit filed following allegations of excessive force in DeSoto Parish

A technicality in Louisiana could let the three law enforcement officers allegedly involved to escape legal liability. → Read More

Chancellor of LSUHS resigns less than a day after being reinstated

Dr. G.E. Ghali, the renowned but embattled surgeon and professor, is stepping away from his position as chancellor of LSU Health Shreveport. → Read More

Chancellor of LSUHS resigns less than a day after being reinstated

Dr. G.E. Ghali, the renowned but embattled surgeon and professor, is stepping away from his position as chancellor of LSU Health Shreveport. → Read More

Woman gives birth to quadruplets after brain surgery in Texas

Two weeks after Katie Sturm and husband Chris Sturm found out about the quadruplets, a seizure led to a second diagnosis. → Read More

DWI case postponed 14 times in wake of fatal wreck

After 3.5 years, victim’s friends fear that a suspected drunken driver could walk free → Read More

Family dog helps police nab suspected car thief in Minn. neighborhood

Police are investigating the car theft, but no charges have been made at this time. → Read More

Caddo assistant DA arrested on DWI charge

It started with her being pulled over for allegedly driving at night with no headlights on, records show → Read More

KSLA Investigates reveals video of Tommie McGlothen’s last encounter with police

The first frames of the grainy video show Shreveport police wrestling Tommie McGlothen to the ground under a carport on Eilleen Lane. → Read More

2 Northwest Louisiana nursing home employees allege that some COVID-19 deaths, illnesses were preventable

“It’s scary. We don’t know who will be infected next, or if we will be infected” → Read More

Local ranchers face stampede of worry as cattle prices plummet

As meatpacking plants fight off COVID-19 outbreaks, cattle ranchers in the Red River Valley struggle to find a market for herds that have lost a third of their value. → Read More

Coronavirus Pandemic: Can your landlord evict you?

A housing official fields your questions about what’s legal, what’s illegal and what you should do if threatened with eviction. → Read More

Coronavirus closing Louisiana courts

Most criminal hearings and court appearances are also being reset and rescheduled. → Read More

Jury to deliberate in Bossier businessman child sex crimes case

On Saturday, March. 7, closing arguments have concluded in the trial against Daniel Hedrick. → Read More

Man who shot Bossier City mother, daughter pleads guilty to 2 counts of manslaughter

Frederick Dewayne Jackson agreed to a plea deal that will send him to prison for at least the next 60-years. → Read More

US officials: Don’t eat romaine grown in Salinas, California

U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoning outbreak. → Read More

Penalty phase of cop killer’s trial continues

Testimony today is focusing on Grover Cannon’s mental problems → Read More

Grover Cannon found guilty of killing SPD Officer Thomas LaValley

The jurors who convicted him now will hear testimony in the penalty or sentencing phase of his trial → Read More