Lee Peck from the KPLC 7 Newsroom with a look at what we are working on for Nightcast.
An arrest is made in the April 2012 armed robbery of the Tiger Nation store on Prien Lake Road. Police say the arrest came after DNA evidence linked them to a Spring, Texas man.
Plus, the tragic death of Florida man who disappeared in a sinkhole underneath his bedroom is raising new concerns about the sinkhole in Assumption Parish.
Also he's only four years old but boy can he play the drums. KPLC's Gerron Jordan introduces us to a Lake Area toddler who has a musical style all his own.
And we'll also have an update on the local couple we told you about on Friday trying to raise money through Facebook to adopt a child.
Hope you enjoyed this nice Sunday. Meteorologist Cedric Haynes tells us what to expect for the upcoming work week.
We'll see you tonight at ten for these stories and more. Until then we're always on at kplctv.com.
New details emerge about two Vinton high school trailers stolen in broad daylight, Sunday. Vinton Police Chief Ricky Fox says they have narrowed down the search to a suspect with a long criminal history out of Port Arthur last seen by law enforcement driving the same car as seen in the video. The Vinton band trailer was parked behind the school and the football trailer was parked nearby inside a locked, gated area. Common deterrence methods seem to be falling short as thieves...More >>
There is "a lot of damage" in Oakdale following a strong storm system that is moving through the area, said Chief of Police Joseph Lockett. Lockett said he believes a tornado touched down near Walmart on 165. Whether it was a tornado or high winds, it did a lot of damage. The roof of the Country Inn Motel was partially torn off. The tin roof covering the gas pumps at the Murphy USA station was torn off. Lockett said no injuries are currently being reported. Copyright&nb...More >>