Nick Lawton, KSLA News 12

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KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

Family, friends remember Jaylen Thomas with candlelight

Dozens upon dozens of friends, family and North Webster Knights filled midfield at Baucum-Farrar Stadium on Friday night to honor the memory of 17-year-old Jaylen Thomas. → Read More

Judge finds probable cause for charges against pair accused of k

There is probable cause for the murder charges against two people suspected of fatally stabbing an elderly Shreveport woman, a Caddo District Court judge decided Wednesday. → Read More

Shreveport paramedic killed in helicopter crash now coming home

Kim Auld, the mother of 26-year-old John Auld III — known as Trey — said his body has been released by the coroner and will be returned to Shreveport. → Read More

Thanksgiving for Shreveport ministry in new building was a day o

One Shreveport ministry served its first Thanksgiving meal in their brand new building to those in need this Thanksgiving, sparking a day of Firsts for both organizers and volunteers alike. → Read More

Keithville man detained in Guatemala returns

The man detained in Guatemala for months is now back home in the ArkLaTex → Read More

Rodricus Crawford sues after being convicted, then cleared in so

A man once convicted of killing his year-old son is suing. Rodricus Crawford spent five years on Death Row at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola before his conviction was overturned on appeal. → Read More

ARC of Sabine finds new home after fire

More than a week after a fire nearly destroyed the ARC of Sabine’s day center in Many, their staff members officially came back to work in a new temporary home office. → Read More

City Council shoots down proposed vote of no confidence in polic

The fate of the city council's support for Shreveport Police Chief Alan Crump hangs in the balance at Tuesday's city council meeting. → Read More

Judge trial set for Elio Motors vs. Louisiana Motor Vehicle Comm

In 2018, the three-wheel vehicle startup Elio Motors and the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission are set to go before a Jefferson Parish judge. → Read More

NWLA Guardsman home from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

One of Shreveport's members of the Louisiana National Guard returned to the Port City on Wednesday after spending the past month in Puerto Rico. → Read More

New Marshall Police Chief lays out plan for the future

Just two days after he took the oath of office, new Marshall Police Chief Cliff Carruth sat down with KSLA for his first interview since his swearing-in ceremony. → Read More

Commissioner calls for new development along Cross Bayou

Caddo Parish Commissioner calls for a new bipartisan effort to bring development to Cross Bayou. → Read More

Man wanted for attempted murder of DeSoto deputy

DeSoto Parish Sheriff's deputies are asking help from the public on tracking down a suspect wanted for Attempted Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer. → Read More

Interim director of Caddo Parish animal shelter charged with dom

The current interim director of the Caddo Parish Animal Shelter, Kelvin Samuel, has been facing a charge of Domestic Abuse Battery since the summer, according to Shreveport city court records. → Read More

Ownership of land beneath the Caddo Confederate monument hard to

As the Caddo Parish Commission prepares to cast their final vote Thursday afternoon on the removal of the Confederate monument outside the downtown courthouse, one debate still rages over who actua... → Read More

Elio Motors: Caddo Parish facility will also become "marshalling

Amidst a legal battle with the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission and still not being classified as a tenant inside the former General Motors plant in Shreveport, Elio Motors announced on their web... → Read More

Sentencing for Dylan Poche's killer on Thursday

The killer of a young angler is set to be sentenced on Thursday. → Read More

Bossier City's 2018 budget includes pay raise for workers

For the first time in years, Bossier City employees will be receiving a raise in 2018. → Read More

Caddo sheriff blasts new laws allowing for release of nonviolent

Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator is not a fan of criminal justice reform laws about to go into effect next month. → Read More

Natchitoches deputies report found partial skull was decomposing

Natchitoches Parish authorities confirmed that the partial skull found over the weekend had actually been decomposing for several years before it was found. → Read More