Over the last year, Randy Lambert has undergone chemotherapy treatments, but the cancer has spread to his liver. Now friends have put together a concert fundraiser in his honor on April 11 at the Elks Lodge in Shreveport.
There are all sorts of ways to honor a hero.Sometimes it can be done by awarding a medal at a ceremony. But in the case of Bossier City native Dee Cummings, it only seemed fitting to do so on a baseball field.
This week on The Good Stuff, Doug Warner celebrates the individuals, organizations, and volunteer groups who rose to the occasion when tens of thousands across the ArkLaTex were unable to drive the roads and lost safe drinking water.
Nolan Williams has spent the last three days zig-zagging across Cass County, and even some communities beyond county borders, delivering bottled water to families who haven’t had usable, running water in days.
On this week's #TheGoodStuff, a Shreveport mother of three is left stunned after receiving a package in the mail just before Christmas. Stunned, not so much because of what was inside, but because of who sent it - her late husband.
In a year full of heartache and heartbreak, you may have missed all the good that happened all across the ArkLaTex. Wednesday nights on KSLA News 12 at 10, we have enjoyed sharing your inspirational stories.
Members of the Green Oaks Giants football team decided to take a giant leap of faith before Wednesday's practice. They were baptized. Their decision comes as the team continues to come to grips with the shooting death of teammate Minnion Jackson.
A conversation is define as a 'talk between two people'. And as Doug Warner discovers in this week's The Good Stuff, a Shreveport police officer shows us how a hug can be an incredible conversation starter.
From the very first case of Coronavirus in Louisiana one month ago, as the number of patients began to rise, so did the number of people rising to the occasion to help others, along with comeback stories, giving us hope during this pandemic.
Ask any police officer. There is no such thing as a routine traffic stop. “I’ve made thousands of traffic stops,” begins Corporal Christian Hicks, who just celebrated 17 years with the Shreveport police department earlier this month.