(KSLA) - It’s been a great year on 'The Good Stuff’.
As we put a wrap on 2018, Doug Warner honors the many wonderful people and their incredible stories.
This year Doug visited with the students and coaches at Haughton High School, who take time to honor the ‘heroes’ of Haughton High, students with special needs.
Also in Haughton, he highlighted the love one Haughton senior has for his mother, Ashley Davis, who is battling breast cancer. Davis’ son Gavin invited many of his high school friends to shave their heads along with his mother after chemo treatments began claiming her hair.
We also reintroduced you to 99-year-old Miss Lucille, of Shreveport’s Anderson Island. The landscaping on her property is a love story for the ages, and it’s still growing.
Who can forget the lovable Spencer Harrison and his passion for all things brown, and UPS?
A Shreveport doctor shares how she truly believes we are all put in certain places, at certain times, for certain reasons. Her certain time, place and reason? Running in a half marathon right behind another runner who went into cardiac arrest.
Their stories are inspirational and truly the kind of Good Stuff we love.
You can watch The Good Stuff every Monday night on KSLA News 12 at 10 p.m.
And if you have someone you feel is worthy of Doug’s attention, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.