KSLA News 12 Editorial: Aug. 14th-Welcome Back - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

KSLA News 12 Editorial: Aug. 14th-Welcome Back

Recently many of you were affected by the recent disruption of our signal on the Dish Network System. As you know by now, we are back on Dish Network.

We know this has been an inconvenience for you and your family. We want to thank you for your patience and above all else your loyalty during this time.

Many of you called and emailed us. Others posted comments on our facebook page. We had the pleasure of speaking or corresponding with many of you. We just want to thank you for taking the time to reach out to us and express your support and at times, concern.

KSLA News 12 has served this community for almost 60 years and our commitment to you is stronger than ever. We take great pride in being your source for entertainment, local news, weather and sports right here in the ArkLaTex.

Once again, from the staff here at KSLA News 12 thank you so much for your patience.

I'm James Smith.

  • KSLA News 12 EditorialsKSLA News 12 EditorialsMore>>

  • Editorial: Don't Litter

    Editorial: Don't Litter

    Friday, April 13 2018 10:35 AM EDT2018-04-13 14:35:31 GMT

    When it comes to littering. Are we are getting better or worse?

    More >>

    When it comes to littering. Are we are getting better or worse?

    More >>
  • Editorial: Being polite has become a bit of a lost art

    Editorial: Being polite has become a bit of a lost art

    Tuesday, April 3 2018 11:36 PM EDT2018-04-04 03:36:52 GMT
    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.
    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

    More >>

    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

    More >>
  • Editorial: Number of armed school officers should be rising

    Editorial: Number of armed school officers should be rising

    Wednesday, March 21 2018 11:55 PM EDT2018-03-22 03:55:36 GMT
    There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting.  At least in Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting. At least in Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.
    There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting.   At least Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting. At least Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.

    Once again, we have a school shooting. This time, in Maryland, an armed school resource officer did his job. He jumped into action and engaged the shooter, who died at the scene. ... I would hope the number of armed school officers is growing.

    More >>

    Once again, we have a school shooting. This time, in Maryland, an armed school resource officer did his job. He jumped into action and engaged the shooter, who died at the scene. ... I would hope the number of armed school officers is growing.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly