Nancy Cook, WGNO

Nancy Cook


Louisiana, United States

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Past articles by Nancy:

Caddo plea deal: 1 guilty plea, 17 charges dismissed

A local man scheduled to go on trial Monday for multiple simple burglary charges last week accepted a plea deal in exchange for dismissing all other counts. → Read More

Haughton couple dies in Bossier crash; 2 injured, 1 critically

A Saturday evening head-on collision in Bossier Parish claimed the lives of a Haughton couple married less than a year. → Read More

Springhill police chief issues curfew; violation could amount in fine, jail time

The curfew will be from the hours of 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. for all citizens, except in the case of true emergencies, or are going to work or to the hospital. → Read More

Two NWA residents killed in Texas crash with semi

Two people from Northwest Arkansas were killed in a crash late Sunday afternoon in Bowie County when their pickup ran into the back of a stopped 18-wheeler, according to state police. → Read More

Busted in Houston: Teens, guard who escaped Wade Youth Center in custody

The three juvenile inmates who escaped from Wade Youth Center early Saturday morning in a car driven by a 21-year-old guard are in custody. → Read More

21-year-old guard allegedly helps teens escape from Wade Youth Center

Three juveniles charged with serious crimes are on the loose, allegedly after a guard helped them escape from Wade Youth Center early Saturday morning. → Read More

One child dead, another injured in western Louisiana UTV crash

An 11-year-old girl died, another juvenile suffered injuries, while two juveniles were uninjured following a UTV crash early Saturday evening, according to Sabine Parish Sheriff Aaron Mitchell. → Read More

Louisiana Supreme Court upholds Ochsner LSU vaccination mandate; overturns appeals court

The high court agreed with Caddo District Judge Craig Marcotte’s decision to throw out the lawsuit, meaning that Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport was within its rights to mandate vaccines for all employees. → Read More

Trial date for 4 former SPD officers charged in death of man in custody reset for January

The trials for the four former Shreveport police officers charged in the April 2020 death of a man in their custody were on the Caddo Parish District Court docket for Monday, but have been reset for Jan. 20, 2022. → Read More

Cop killer appeals murder conviction; blames judge for defense plea he didn’t like

The attorney for the man convicted of capital murder in the August 2015 death of a Shreveport Police officer, on Wednesday told three appellate judges that his client’s conviction should be overturned due to an error by the trial judge. → Read More

Louisiana cop killer’s attorneys to appeal his conviction in 2nd Circuit

uesday morning, attorneys for the man convicted of first-degree murder in the 2015 death of a Shreveport police officer are scheduled to appeal his conviction. → Read More

Bienville Sheriff: 65-year-old woman arrested after starving dogs found in squalor inside home, yard, locked in shed

Bienville Parish sheriff’s deputies on Friday took a 65-year-old woman in custody after finding malnourished animals in declining health and living in squalor inside her home on Lela Street, as well as in her yard and locked in a shed. → Read More

DOTD: Bids out Wednesday for $82.5 million project to repair I-20 in Bossier, sections of Shreveport

The project, with an apparent low bid of $82,564,848.20, will provide major repairs to all lanes of the heavily-traveled section of I-20 in Bossier City, as well as additional repairs along the I-20 corridor in Shreveport. → Read More

Court freezes Biden’s COVID-19 mandate

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted an Emergency Stay on the enforcement of President Biden’s federal vaccine mandate after Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry on Friday filed a lawsuit to stop the mandate. → Read More

BCPD Arrest: SPD fugitive wanted for fatally shooting his brother in money dispute

A 51-year old man who has managed to dodge Shreveport Police for two-and-a-half months, after an arrest warrant was issued charging him in the death of his brother, is now behind bars, thanks to an observant Bossier cop. → Read More

Escaped: 16-year-old prisoner serving juvenile life in connection with 2018 robbery, death of pizza driver

A 16-year-old who was sentenced to juvenile life in prison in connection with crimes he committed when he was 13-years-old has escaped. → Read More

TTPD: Suspect in custody in connection with overnight mass shootings in Texarkana, Texas

A suspect has turned himself into Texarkana Texas police after learning a warrant had been issued for his arrest. → Read More

Miller County mourns line-of-duty death of 25-year-old Mandeville Assistant Fire Chief

The assistant fire chief of the Mandeville Arkansas Volunteer Fire Department has died in the line of duty, according to the Miller County Judge Cathy Harrison. Lucas Stevenson, 25, died Tuesday while responding to a call for service. → Read More

Woman accused of throwing baby to his death in lake & injuring another child appears in court

Late Tuesday morning, the woman accused of killing her infant son and injuring her 5-year-old son made her first appearance in Caddo District Court via video from Caddo Correctional Center. → Read More

Father of lost toddler arrested; allegedly playing video games when child wandered off

The father of the 2-year-old found abandoned Saturday morning at a local mobile home park has been arrested. → Read More