Statewide News

BassMaster tournament brings thousands to the Ark-La-Tex

It was a busy weekend for professional bass fishing, as the Super Bowl of the sport unfolded at the Red River.

Street Tweets

The Caddo Commission has recently passed an ordinance banning the sale of animals along roadways and commerical parking lots.

Converse mayor speaks out against Aryan Nations claims

An Ark-La-Tex mayor wants the world to know...he and his town have nothing to do with the Aryan Nations.

Defense secretary visits Barksdale

United States Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta made an appearance in the Ark-La-Tex Friday. Panetta was at Barksdale Air Force Base to greet and thanks airman, distribute coins and medals, and make remarks about new budget cutbacks.

Opened boat ramps encourage Toledo Bend fishing

2011 was a tough year for businesses on Toledo Bend, as the drought pushed water levels to their lowest recorded numbers in November. With the re-opening of several boat ramps, however, that may soon change.

Proposed regulations aim to stop invasive fish species

Texas is one step closer to approving new regulations aimed at stopping the spread of invasive fish species. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission reviewed the measure and approved the language.

Keeping your pets safe in cold and flu season

This time of year, we're making a lot of trips to the pharmacy for that extra bottle of cold and flu medicine. However, that's potentially dangerous for one member of the family...your pet.

Tenaha "highway robbery case" will move forward

The civil case against members of the Tenaha Police Department and City Hall will move forward. That's the ruling from the fifth circuit district court, which last week cleared the path for the class action suit.

Man arrested after video-taping teenage girls in the restroom

Haughton- Haughton Police Department arrested a man Sunday afternoon after police officers discovered he hide video cameras in a bathroom being used by teenage girls over the weekend.

Ark-La-Tex business joins in blackout protest

If you were looking for a quick fact Wednesday, Wikipedia probably wasn't much help. That's because the web encyclopedia was offline for 24 hours, protesting a controversial piece of legislation before Congress.