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The Good Stuff: Tribute to the ‘Good Rising’

Jordan shows off his new bike, given to him by two Shreveport police officers after his bike...
Jordan shows off his new bike, given to him by two Shreveport police officers after his bike was stolen .(Family members | Family)
Updated: May. 28, 2020 at 9:34 AM CDT
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SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - It has been an amazing three months.

Not the virus, the economic shutdown — nor any of the unfortunate dominoes that have fallen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

But this week on ‘The Good Stuff’, we are highlighting the good we have seen rising, week in, and week out during the pandemic.

A young boy named Zach celebrated his recent birthday, with his parents setting up a birthday...
A young boy named Zach celebrated his recent birthday, with his parents setting up a birthday parade including a fire truck.(KSLA)

Over the last dozen weeks, Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. on ‘The Good Stuff’, KSLA News 12′s Doug Warner has highlighted the countless birthday parades and horn-honking tributes to our medical workers outside of hospitals.

The Airline Viking baseball team celebrates a walk-off win against Ruston in their final...
The Airline Viking baseball team celebrates a walk-off win against Ruston in their final baseball game of the spring before the season was called off due to the pandemic.(KSLA)

He’s also profiled how a local group of high school seniors handled having their final season of baseball being brought to an abrupt end and a graduating senior who overcame a diagnosis of depression to walk across a graduation stage.

You can share the good stuff you’ve seen happening where you live by reaching out to Doug on Facebook, or by emailing him at doug.warner@gray.tv.

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