Carolyn Roy, KTVE - KARD

Carolyn Roy

KTVE - KARD

Bossier City, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • KTVE - KARD
  • WGNO
Past:
  • CBS 42
  • WKRG
  • KARK 4 News
  • KFOR
  • WHNT
  • WSPA 7 On Your Side
  • WREG News Channel 3

Recent articles by Carolyn:

Shreveport clinic takes abortion battle to Louisiana Supreme Court

A Shreveport abortion clinic challenging Louisiana’s abortion trigger laws is asking the state’s highest court to block the ban on abortion once again while the case winds its way through the courts. → Read More

Perkins vows appeal, calls disqualification from mayor’s race ‘voter suppression’

Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins is vowing to appeal a ruling issued Tuesday by a Caddo District Judge disqualifying him from running for this year’s mayoral election. → Read More

1 arrested in shooting at trail ride in Webster Parish

The Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office says one person is charged so far in the ongoing investigation into a shooting at an illegal trail ride over the weekend that left three people injured, including a local high school student. → Read More

Johnson effectively re-elected to Congress after qualifying closes with no challengers

Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson was effectively re-elected Friday when qualifying for the November mid-term elections closed with no other candidates entering the race. → Read More

LISTEN: FBI releases audio, images seeking to ID ‘Jane Doe 46’ in child exploitation investigation

Law enforcement officials are seeking information that will lead to the identification of an unknown individual known as Jane Doe 46, according to the FBI New Orleans office. → Read More

Louisiana high court declines to lift temporary block on abortion laws

The Louisiana Supreme Court has rejected a request by Attorney General Jeff Landry and the Louisiana Department of Health to summarily lift a restraining order temporarily blocking enforcement of Louisiana’s abortion trigger laws. → Read More

Cotton Valley explosion victim dies from injuries

One of three men injured in a Cotton Valley propane explosion in early May has died. → Read More

Friends, family gather for Shreveport Marshal Charlie Caldwell funeral

Friends, family, and the local law enforcement community are gathering Friday morning for the memorial service of Shreveport Marshal Charlie Caldwell, Jr. → Read More

Shreveport clinic challenges Louisiana abortion trigger laws

The Center for Reproductive Rights has filed suit on behalf of a Shreveport abortion provider challenging Louisiana’s newly triggered abortion laws upon the reversal of Roe v. Wade Friday. → Read More

LDH notifies Louisiana abortion clinics to abide by new abortion laws

The Louisiana Department of Health on Friday notified the three outpatient abortion clinics in the state that it expects them to abide by the state’s newly triggered abortion laws on abortion. → Read More

2 dead, 1 wounded in shooting at Natchitoches gas station

Police are investigating a shooting that killed two people and injured a third at a Natchitoches gas station early Saturday morning. → Read More

Shreveport abortion provider on overturning Roe: Forcing unwanted pregnancies not the answer

The director of the only abortion clinic in North Louisiana says forcing women to keep unwanted pregnancies is not the answer in a state with the highest maternal mortality rate. → Read More

Vivian woman arrested in boyfriend’s fatal stabbing

Detectives say Tiffany Moore showed up at the Vivian Police Department around 7:40 a.m. to report that she had stabbed her 50-year-old boyfriend. Minutes later, a neighbor called 911 and reported the crime. → Read More

Procession, tentative funeral arrangements announced for Shreveport Marshal Charlie Caldwell

A procession is planned for Friday to bring the body of Shreveport Marshall Charlie Caldwell home from Florida. Caldwell drowned last week off the Gulf Coast of Florida in an apparent boating accident. → Read More

Suspect arrested in deadly Texarkana shooting

Police in Texarkana, Arkansas say a man is behind bars in connection with an early June shooting that left one person dead. → Read More

Commission rejects ‘Bloody Caddo’ apology, bid to remove ‘lynching tree’

Caddo Parish Commissioners are set to take up a resolution declaring a public apology for past racial violence and systemic racism perpetrated on African-American citizens in Caddo Parish, as well as opening bids to take down a live oak tree on the courthouse lawn that some believe was the one traditionally used for lynchings. → Read More

NC man hospitalized, charged in Natchitoches murder, kidnapping

A North Carolina man is in custody and hospitalized, charged with murder and kidnapping in Natchitoches, after leading police on a lengthy chase through two parishes before shooting himself and crashing. → Read More

All 4 Louisiana officers acquitted in death of Tommie McGlothen

All four Shreveport police officers, Treona McCarter, Brian Ross, D’Marea Johnson, and James LeClare, charged in the death of Tommy McGlasson have been acquitted. → Read More

Shreveport man accused of recording video of child in shower

A Shreveport man is behind bars, accused of video voyeurism for recording a child under the age of 13 in the shower, according to the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

Ex-inmate sentenced in prison telephone scam

An Atlanta, Georgia man will spend nearly three years in jail for scamming two elderly North Louisiana residents out of nearly $10,000 dollars – all from behind bars in a Georgia prison. → Read More