CMN Miracle Monday

  Restaurants give 600 meals, 20,000 masks to healthcare workers

  Walmart stores get creative to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network

  ArkLaTex physical therapist earns national award

  Cameras inside CHRISTUS NICU keep families connected during pandemic

  Center offering free training to help people spot warning signs as child abuse cases spike during pandemic

  Family adjusts routine to keep son healthy during coronavirus pandemic

Continued Coverage

  Grant helps dental clinic serve rural Arklatex communities

  Miracle baby born 15 weeks early

  Children’s Miracle Network names ArkLaTex hospital’s ‘champion’

  Students benefit from gift of GoNoodle

  Specialists ease young patients minds before surgery

KSLA anchor recognized with statewide award for Miracle Monday reports

  Co-workers help labor nurses during difficult delivery

“The NICU nurses asked if it was different being on this side of it — and I said absolutely. I’m a little more empathic.”

  Father and son bond while biking to help area children

Father and son Jon and Luke Karnes get up each morning and bike 12 miles along a trail near North Desoto Elementary School — and now they're riding for a purpose.

  Mustang raffle benefits three charities

Restored car will be raffled off to benefit 3 ArkLaTex charities

  Athlete glides through unique diagnosis

"If I get hurt, it’s more dangerous because of my diagnosis; but in swimming, you don’t get hurt”

  IN STUDIO: Miracle Treat Day is today, July 25

  Walmart associate and twins benefit from company campaign

  ArkLaTex Walmart associate’s son benefits from CMN campaign

  Trainers help student athletes through CMN

  Quilters make “love wrappers” for special patients

  Miracle Monday: Premature twins named CMNH Champions

  Miracle Monday: Family credits nurses, doctors with saving mom, baby during birth

A Shreveport mom credits the quick thinking of doctors and nurses for saving her life and her unborn baby in the moments before giving birth.

  Swim team benefits from Children’s Miracle Network dollars

With the new year beginning some people are working hard to meet their New Year’s resolutions — but don’t forget your kids.

  Cara Center offers free training to educate public on child abuse

The Cara Center helps nearly 600 children per year with suspected child abuse by providing medical examinations.

  Protection from the flu: low number of Louisianan’s getting vaccinated

Less than 30 percent of people across the state were vaccinated. That’s down nearly eight percent from 2016.

  Walmart associates compete to help CMN kids

Push-ups and tutus. Those are some of the innovative ways that Walmart employees in the ArkLaTex used to help raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

  Miracle Tour Cycling event raises thousands for families

The Miracle Tour Cycling event is raising thousands to help local families pay their children’s medical bills.

  Miracle Tour rider inspired by late sister

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

Belk’s Charity Sale supports area Children’s Miracle Network

The Charity Sale will feature deals at the East 70th Street Belk store that are better than Black Friday.

  Free community class calms family before birth

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.

  Pediatric services at new ER facility help save boy’s life

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.

  Specialists make surgery stress free

Davis Cotner has not suffered from strep throat since he had his tonsils taken out five months ago.

  ‘Bingo for Miracles’ to raise funds for Children’s Miracle Network

It's not just an ordinary Bingo game — it's a Bingo game that can change children's lives.

  New technology connects family with NICU baby

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...

Family embraces change after daughter’s sudden diagnosis

Leukodystrophy took Zoria Cade from being a spunky 6-year-old to being a young girl unable to walk, talk or feed herself. And that turned her family's world upside down.