Good Things Happen Here

  Shreveport students deliver supplies to south Louisiana

Students from Southfield School and Loyola Prep teamed up to collect and deliver supplies to storm victims in south Louisiana today.

  Nursing home reunites families at arms length

  Ending homelessness: Providence House to celebrate 14 families

Caddo believes this pup’s story will melt your heart

  In their shoes: First responders, community members, honor the heroes of 9/11

Hurricane Laura donation sites in the ArkLaTex

  The Good Stuff: In His Name

Continued Coverage

  Suggestions needed for new Marion County time capsule

Donate to Feed the Second Line

Jelly Belly founder to give away candy factory in nationwide treasure hunt

Louisiana Film Prize announces finalists

  The Good Stuff: Loud and clear

  Federal eviction moratorium comes with many questions for ArkLaTex renters

  DCFS works to unite families after Hurricane Laura

The Department of Children and Family Services, or DCFS, is working to reconnect loved ones who are displaced after Hurricane Laura wreaked havoc on Southwest Louisiana.

  Bossier City Farmers Market hosting supply drive for Hurricane Laura relief efforts

During times of crisis, Louisianians work hand-in-hand to respond to hard-hit areas — the devastation left behind by Hurricane Laura is no different.

  Shreveport church helps residents of heavily damaged DeRidder

“Rita, don’t get me wrong, it was pretty bad. But it had nothing on this storm. Absolutely nothing.”

  BPSO collecting supplies for Southwest Louisiana; donation centers established

The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office is working to provide supplies to people impacted by Hurricane Laura in Southwest Louisiana — but need your help.

  Volunteers clean up damage left behind by Hurricane Laura

GOOD NEWS: Missing family found safe on Toledo Bend Spillway

Seniors at La. healthcare facility looking for pen pals across the country

  The Good Stuff: White Out fight against cancer gala goes live Saturday night

ACT OF KINDNESS: Good Samaritan finds and returns SEC Championship ring to former LSU great

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

  The Good Stuff: No good deed goes unnoticed

On this week's The Good Stuff, we learn that sometimes the best people to watch and learn from are the very people facing the greatest challenges.

Gretna man arrives home to fanfare after 2,500 mile canoe trip down Mississippi River

Gretna resident Joey Cargol paddled 2,552 miles down the Mississippi River

Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation receives national award

Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation is being awarded with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo).

  The Good Stuff: Mission Accomplished

Remembering the late Col. Steven dePyssler and his service to his country

  The Good Stuff: Real Men Wear Pink is back

On this week's #TheGoodStuff, KSLA News 12's Doug Warner once again joins forces with Real Men Wear Pink' to raise money in the fight against breast cancer.

  KSLA Salutes: Barksdale welcomes new 2nd Operations Group commander

" ... Every time you see a B-52 fly, it takes the whole base to make that a reality”

This little piggy went to market... literally

For the first time in months, going to the grocery store was fun, not scary, all thanks to a pig.

  The Good Stuff: Delivering respect

On this week's The Good Stuff, KSLA News 12's Doug Warner highlights the emotional way co-workers honored longtime UPS worker Bruce Wiliams

Bossier woman selected as finalist for principal of the year

The Louisiana Department of Education announced educator, Kimmie Smith, as a finalist for 2021 Principal of the Year.

NSU adds new bachelor of science degree

Northwestern State University is adding a new Master of Science degree in computer information systems (CIS).

BPCC to award scholarships to full-time students

Bossier Parish Community College will be offering a $450 scholarship for full time students in the fall of 2020.

  Couple shares story of hope a year after surviving home explosion

July 9 is the date their lives changed forever just 3 weeks after getting married

Shreve Memorial Library to host summer reading program virtually

Shreve Memorial Library is set to host their Summer Reading Program virtually through Friday, July 31.

AEP awards $23,500 to Shreveport-Bossier City nonprofits

The American Electric Power Foundation awarded a total of $23,500 to five Shreveport-Bossier City nonprofits.

Veteran’s trek across Arkansas brings him to Texarkana

The flag-carrying runner's quest is to spread a message of love, unity

Carla Dupree tapped as Region VIII’s outstanding principal

If Texas High's principal wins, she will advance to the competition for the NASSP Principal of the Year award

La. Dept. of Veterans Affairs launches letter-writing program to help support vets during pandemic

The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs (LDVA) is launching a letter writing program to show support to veterans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WATCH: Cam Jordan surprises Saints super fan living in isolation in assisted living facility

The surprise phone call brought her to tears

La. National Guard to honor healthcare professionals

The Louisiana Army National Guard’s State Aviation will be honoring first responders and healthcare professionals by conducting a flyover of hospitals on Wednesday, July 1.

Bossier Parish principal earns national honor

The principal of W.T. Lewis Elementary has been selected to represent Louisiana in the 2020 National Distinguished Principals program.

Wallet returned 6 years after being lost becomes message of hope

A seemingly insignificant gesture that inspires hope and joy is almost never fully appreciated in the moment. In the moment, it just seems like the right thing to do.

Blooming corpse flower fills NSU campus with smelly stench

Mr. Stinky is a giant tropical plant that only blooms every seven or eight years.

  The Good Stuff: Before the dance

This week on The Good Stuff with Doug Warner, Haughton's Paul Marshall Jr. makes a very important stop before dancing to pick up his diploma.

  Shreveport man shares wisdom he learned from his father

A local man shares the wisdom he learned from his father on Father’s Day.

  The Good Stuff: A call to live

On this week's The Good Stuff, KSLA News 12's Doug Warner shares how young Taylor's quick thinking helped save the lives of her mother and her soon-to-be-born sister.

  From the house to the tasting room: Take a look inside The Seventh Tap’s future brewery

The trio see this as an opportunity and a challenge to bring business to a part of Shreveport that needs an economic boost

  The Good Stuff: Your Voice - Behind the badge

A conversation is define as a 'talk between two people'. And as Doug Warner discovers in this week's The Good Stuff, a Shreveport police officer shows us how a hug can be an incredible conversation starter.

Providence House continues serving homeless during pandemic

To space out the families living in the non-profit, occupancy was cut by 50 percent.

Nacogdoches nurse adopts dog of a hospice patient

With all the help and work that doctors and nurses have put in during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen a lot of celebrating those healthcare heroes.

National Guard in ETX to distribute produce

Beginning at 9 a.m., working alongside Mission Carthage, a Christian non-profit, the National Guard will distribute produce.

’I love you:’ 95-year-old celebrates with birthday surprise

At 95 years old, Eleanor Lee said life really doesn’t feel all too different.

  Eliminating cancer using laser technology

Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green is working to eliminate cancer using laser technology.

  New Normal Drive-In Theater kicks off Friday, May 29th in downtown Shreveport

From Friday May 29th to Sunday May 31st the group will offer two different movie showings a night in the parking lot of First United Methodist Church.

  The Good Stuff: Tribute to the ‘Good Rising’

KSLA News 12's Doug Warner highlights the good we have seen rising — week in and week out during the pandemic.

  Veterinarian gives ballistic vests to 4-legged deputies

Dogs are considered man’s best friend. Though, in law enforcement, that common saying has a much more personal meaning, especially when it means keeping the bad guys off the streets.

  The Good Stuff: From mother to son

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Doug Warner shows us how a Shreveport teen is claiming victory against depression — all the way to the graduation stage.

‘This is a God thing:’ Hundreds benefit from feeding program

Since 2007, the Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry has fed hundreds of families.

  ‘The Lord’s work’: ArkLaTex nonprofit continues serving those in need through pandemic

“You cannot do anything being hungry. I don’t know, if it weren’t for Christian Service, I don’t know where people would get a hot meal.”

State Fair of Louisiana extends ‘Fair Food Drive-In Days’

Fair Food Drive-In Days roll on.

94-year-old World War II veteran from Louisville surprised with birthday drive-by parade

A 94-year-old veteran who served in World War II received a special surprise Saturday as dozens of vehicles drove by to wish him a happy birthday.

Beloved children’s character says congrats to 2020 graduates

Television puppeteer Noel MacNeal reprised the role of Bear from the famed children’s series Bear in the Big Blue House to say congratulations to graduates of the class of 2020.

  Family gets creative celebrating boy’s birth

Delivering a newborn with family and friends at a distance is one of the tough realities of the COVID-19 era

  State Fair of Louisiana’s “Fair Food Drive-In Days” kicks off Thursday May 14

From 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. people can drive thru their food court like set up and purchase everything from corn dogs, funnel cakes, cotton candy and more.

  The Good Stuff: Trey’s Mother’s Day Gift

“I get little signs from him all the time,” his mother says

  93-year-old East Texan sews hundreds of lap quilts for nursing home residents

No two creations are the same; and each is signed with the date and “Made by Mattie Brown”

Mom beats COVID-19 in time for Mother’s Day weekend

Tera Greene is the 350th COVID-19 survivor to be discharged from Our Lady of the Lake Hospital to date.

  The Good Stuff: Waiting on the wind

66-year-old Donny launches his kites into the wind to entertain children and honor his late wife, Mrs. Kay

Local company develops thousands of face shields amid pandemic

It all started with a simple question: how can we help our community?

At Arm’s Length: Great Raft Brewing stays afloat

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing local businesses - small and large - to get innovative to maintain some sort of profit.

  Give for Good kicks off on Tuesday, May 5

In 2019 $1.8 million was raised through Give for Good.

  Willis-Knighton employees get meal, free tank of gas

Another fuel giveaway set for next week; exactly when and where have yet to be decided

  Natchitoches honors class of 2020 with pictures

Along the river front downtown are pictures of over 500 seniors from across the school district.

  The Good Stuff: A part of us

For 19 high school seniors in the small DeSoto Parish town of Stanley, graduation day just won’t be complete without number 20, Bryce Norwood.

  Bossier Parish teacher sends handwritten notes to Legacy Elementary’s 831 students

"I just wanted to let them know we’re still here, we’re still connected”

  Facebook group connects medical professionals with RVs

Over the last couple of weeks the group RVs4MDs has grown and helped over 1100 families across the world receive free RVs.

  ‘I don’t know what we would do without you’ Bossier educator honored with surprise celebration

A little wet weather was not stopping a very necessary — and much needed — parade on Tuesday morning.

  The Good Stuff: A season rewritten

This week on The Good Stuff with Doug Warner, the special message Airline head baseball coach delivered to his team shortly finding out the season was cancelled.

WEBXTRA: East Texas firefighters rescue teenage girl from Wood County well

A group of firefighters from area VFDs worked together to rescue a teenage girl who fell into a water well in Wood County on Tuesday.