Charitee Blackmon, KSLA News 12

Charitee Blackmon

KSLA News 12

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  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • Region 8 News
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  • KPLC
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Recent articles by Charitee:

Peaceful protesters march in Shreveport amid the death of George Floyd

The protesters began their march at noon Sunday, May 31, across the street from the Shreveport Police Department and headed to the courthouse. → Read More

Shreveport police to hold seat belt check point

The checkpoint, which will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 29, 2020, and run until 9:00 p.m → Read More

Woman fatally shot; Natchitoches police releases name of gunman

On Sunday, May 24 police were called a little after 11 p.m. to the 600 block of Jackson Drive on reports of someone being shot in the neighborhood. → Read More

Police search for missing Shreveport man

Have you seen this man? → Read More

Bossier Schools class of 2020 “Bring it Home”

Bossier Schools will now hold outdoor ceremonies at each high school’s stadium. → Read More

Over 19,000 residents without power in Bossier Parish

This morning over 19,000 residents are without power in Bossier Parish according to SWEPCO’s outage map. → Read More

WATCH: Mayor Adrian Perkins and city officials hold a press conference at 3 p.m.

Mayor Adrian Perkins will hold a press conference pertaining to economic development Thursday, May 21st at 3 PM on the first floor of Government Plaza. → Read More

ROAD CLOSURE: Louisiana DOTD closes off LA 540 in Claiborne Parish

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises motorists that LA 540 approximately 5 miles north of LA 2 and two miles south of LA 534 in Claiborne Parish is closed due to a washout in the roadway caused by a collapsed cross drain pipe. → Read More

Natchitoches police search for shooter; considered to be armed and dangerous

Detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for Jackson for attempted second degree murder. → Read More

Bossier Parish departments begin reopening; here’s what you need to know

Beginning Monday, May 18 the Bossier Parish police jury, all branches of the library system, parish parks, and the parish’s Section 8 housing office will reopen. → Read More

Thunderstorms roll across the ArkLaTex; weather expected to be perfect for Mother’s Day

As of 1 o’clock, Friday, May 8 much of east Texas and northwest Louisiana residents are still without power. → Read More

Local restaurants begin reopening; must follow state guidelines to operate

KSLA’s Chandler Watkins is out at a local Shreveport eatery, Marilynn’s Place. → Read More

Boil advisory issued for south Webster Parish

Officials say a well went down Sunday, April 26, and is being inspected by the Lousiana Health Department. → Read More

Family search for missing Shreveport man; last seen in March

Henderson is 5′8 and weighs 160lbs. → Read More

Former BPSO pleads guilty in steroid distributions scheme

Jonathan Colgin, 36, appeared in court yesterday afternoon via video conference for his role in concealing a federal crime in connection with a steroid distribution scheme. → Read More

Feeding sites for children

Many churches, communities, and school districts are stepping up to deliver food to children during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Authorities identify victim killed in Sunday morning shooting

The Caddo Parish Coroner has released the name the man killed in an early morning fatal shooting. → Read More

Governor Greg Abbott creates tasks force to reopen Texas; schools remain closed for the year

Governor Greg Abbott is expected to unveil his plan to reopen the Texas economy Friday afternoon. → Read More

Severe Easter weather leaves parts of NWLA damaged

The First Alert Weather team declared Easter Sunday, April 12 a Severe Weather Day for the ArkLaTex. → Read More

Barskdale AFB now requiring a form of face protection

The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) has instructed every person on Barksdale AFB to wear some form of face protection effective today. → Read More