Rescued Cleveland women 'happy and safe,' attorneys say

Three women who were rescued this month after allegedly being held captive in a Cleveland house for close to a decade "are happy and safe," and overwhelmed by the public's support, their attorneys said in a statement released Wedn

Weather updates from Bossier City

Despite the rough weather that came through this evening, weather related calls for service into the Bossier City Police and Fire Departments have been minimal. Here are the weather related calls received so far tonight.

Blind children given a chance to see

Eye doctor offices are nothing new for Bossier 4th grader Jake Skipper.He has an eye disorder that effects almost all parts of his eyesight.

Fallen Dallas Firefighter honored in Shreveport

Mayor Cedric Glover ordered all flags flown over Shreveport Fire Department fire stations today to be lowered to half-staff to honor the Dallas firefighter who died yesterday in the line of duty.

Shreveport Red Cross workers heading to Oklahoma

More help is on the way to Oklahoma where the state experienced a devastating tornado. Volunteers from the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Red Cross are headed to communities affected by yesterdays' storms.

Putting together a severe weather game plan

Tornadoes usually occur in the trailing edge of a powerful thunderstorm. They can cause fatalities, serious injuries and destroy neighborhoods within seconds.

CHILD FOUND: Missing 10-month-old girl in McKinney, TX has been found

UPDATE (7:09 p.m.): McKnney police say the 10-month-old child, Isabella Reyes, has been found. KMSS will update when more information is available.  

Early morning shooting ends with arrest of suspect

A man in in police custody this afternoon after a shooting that occurred in south Shreveport this morning.

Gov. Perry activates 'State Operations Center'

Gov. Rick Perry today ordered a Level II Activation of the State Operations Center (SOC) as another line of severe thunderstorms makes its way across North and Central Texas this afternoon.

OK tornado categorized as EF5, winds of 200 MPH or greater

Damage assessments show that the tornado that struck central Oklahoma on Monday was an EF5, meaning it had winds of 200 mph or greater, for at least some of the time it was ravaging an area near Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service says.