Christa Swanson, KLFY NEWS 10

Christa Swanson

KLFY NEWS 10

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  • FOX16 News
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Recent articles by Christa:

Shreveport murder suspect missing, Crime Stoppers offering reward

A suspect in the fatal shooting of a Shreveport man is still at large more than three months after his death, and police are asking for the public’s help. → Read More

2 LaDOTD workers injured, 1 killed in De Soto Parish crash

A multi-vehicle accident on U.S.171 claimed the life of a LaDOTD worker and injured two others. → Read More

Louisiana Department of Agriculture: inflation, lingering avian flu continues to keep egg prices high

Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Strain says egg prices rose sharply over the holidays as demand increased. Since then, it has lowered slightly, but not by much. → Read More

Locations to fill your crawfish craving in Shreveport-Bossier

Mudbugs may be more expensive this year, but that won’t stop die-hard fans from enjoying a good crawfish boil. → Read More

SPD: 2 toddlers shot, 1 dead in accidental discharge

Two people were shot late Friday afternoon on Morningside Dr. in Shreveport’s Werner Park neighborhood. → Read More

TTPD: Suspects steal thousands from elderly woman

Police are looking for two suspects who they say stole thousands of dollars from an elderly woman while shopping earlier this month. → Read More

6-foot snake rescued from Keithville fire

Firefighters in Caddo Fire District 4 found numerous caged animals inside a home when they responded to a fire on Friday. → Read More

Continuing trend: attempted vehicle theft in Shreveport

In the most recent attempt in a string of local car thefts, suspects attempted to take vehicles from a local rail yard Sunday morning. → Read More

Yule, Saturnalia, and how the solstice shaped modern Christmas traditions

Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe, and cider are staples of the holidays but these traditional parts of our holiday celebrations predate Christmas by several hundred years. → Read More

How you can help Keithville tornado victims

The devastation left behind by Tuesday’s deadly storms in Caddo Parish that left dozens of families picking up the pieces less than two weeks before Christmas will no doubt weigh on the hearts of those who want to help, but the sheriff’s office is asking people who wish to volunteer their time and equipment not to show up on the scene just yet. → Read More

Arkansas couple plead guilty in Oklahoma poaching case

An Arkansas couple pleaded guilty to multiple illegal hunting charges after an investigation into an ongoing poaching scheme involving several ArkLaTex residents. → Read More

Shreveport-Bossier to appear in 2023 Rose Parade

Two local organizations are celebrating the new year by representing Shreveport-Bossier in the 2023 Rose Parade® in Pasadena, California. → Read More

Dear Santa: Post Office spreading holiday cheer to children in need

Hopeful children write letters to Santa every year full of questions and Christmas wishes, and through the USPS Operation Santa program, you can make them come true. → Read More

Louisiana mother charged after child arrested 3 times in one week

A Natchitoches mother is facing charges after police arrested her child three different times in six days on theft and burglary charges. → Read More

Who are the biggest Powerball winners near you?

One lucky winner just hit the jackpot, with the largest lottery grand prize in U.S. history, but how lucky is your town? → Read More

Where do the Louisiana Senate candidates stand on economic development?

With inflation and the costs of oil and goods skyrocketing, the economy is a hot topic in the 2022 election. Where do the candidates for Senator in Louisiana stand? → Read More

Organizations aiding E Texas, SE Oklahoma tornado victims

Homes, businesses, and schools across Southeast Oklahoma and East Texas were devastated during Friday’s storms, but you can help. These are some of the organizations helping victims of the storms. → Read More

Gov. Edwards announcing new cybersecurity initiative

Governor John Bel Edwards and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) are looking to address the nationwide shortage of cybersecurity professionals. → Read More

2 dead after kidnapping, shooting in community park

One child was found dead and another in critical condition at Bill Cockrell Metro Park & Community Center in the Fox Crossing neighborhood late Tuesday. → Read More

Fields of sunflowers shine in annual Caddo festival

CADDO PARISH, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – The 23rd Annual Sunflower Trail and Festival is right around the corner, with vendors offering food and fun while guests enjoy miles of sunflower fields. → Read More