KSLA News 12 This Morning anchor Adria Goins originally is from Fort Smith, Ark., which means she grew up in Razorback country. She attended Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla., on a soccer scholarship and ended up being captain of her team. She graduated with a master's degree in mass communications. Adria worked for KFSM TV-5 for longer than 5 years as a sports anchor/reporter following everything from the SEC to minor league baseball and the Nationwide Tour. She enjoys all sports but especially running, snowboarding and fishing. She is excited about being here, covering news and sports, in the Ark-La-Tex. After 4 years on the KSLA News 12 sports team, the last year as sports director, Adria moved to join the KSLA News 12 This Morning team. If you have a story idea, you can send email to Adria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday marks the start for Walmart and Sam’s Clubs across the country as each location collects for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals campaign where customers are asked for extra change so they can give kids the extra medical attention they need.
Keeping her kids safe is Patrice Thomas’ biggest priority. So when she said she was broken into months after moving into her apartment at Willow Trace in Shreveport, she knew she had to make a change no matter the price.
In just a few weeks hundreds of bicycle riders will make their way to the ArkLaTex to take part in the Miracle Tour. The idea sparked after KSLA started a Bike-A-Thon two years ago to benefit our Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, which is CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier. That morphed into what’s now
Chris and Saige Solomon turned to a free class at CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier for help when they found out they were expecting their second baby, Maggie. They knew things would change drastically for their first child, Lilly Grace.
One of Grey Floyd's favorite things to do is color pictures. The six-year-old has a way of showing his personality through his art. But Grey's personality changed when he walked into a Bossier City Dairy Queen last month.
KSLA News 12 This Morning anchor Adria Goins will compete in Dancing for the Cure, a fundraiser for Susan G. Komen North Louisiana, from 7 to 10 p.m. April 21 in the Horseshoe Riverdome, 711 Horseshoe Blvd. in Bossier City. Click here to vote for her as People's Choice before the competition.
New technology has changed the way parents "view" their baby inside the CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health neonatal intensive care unit. The unit added 12 NIC-View cameras in recent months to allow parents to see inside their baby's room at any moment, day or night. The cameras were purchased through donations to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. First-time parents, Libby and Dustin Puett, say they would not have made it through their experience becoming p...
The newly revamped Children's Miracle Network's Youth Athletics Program is helping kids across the ArkLaTex learn ways to enhance their abilities so they can perform at a higher level in their individual sport.
Parkway High's Justin Rogers and Terrace Marshall proved to be good picks by two top-tier colleges. This despite season-ending injuries during the high school football players' senior year. Their recovery comes with the help of the CHRISTUS sports team and funding from Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.