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Past articles by Adria:

Officer, 3 others in Coushatta police unit accused of hunting deer illegally at night

Officer put on leave; police chief says use of the patrol vehicle was unauthorized → Read More

Mark Bonner’s ‘Shreveport Sun’ wins 2021 Louisiana Film Prize’s grand prize

He also earned the Best Actor award for his role in his movie → Read More

Willis-Knighton’s incoming CEO talks about new role, his time with the health system

“Shoot there’s no pressure. What are you talking about?” → Read More

School supplies in short stock; prices soaring

Add a “bigger budget” to your back-to-school shopping list because you’re going to need it. → Read More

HEARTWARMING VIDEO: Haughton, La. neighbors feed stranded truck drivers

Neighbors in the Haughton area have been feeding truckers stranded at a number of truck stations, including the Pilot off I-20. → Read More

Christmas store hours for popular retailers

Store hours for popular stores if you still need to shop before Christmas. → Read More

Bossier High opens Christmas store to help students celebrate holidays

The high school is taking donations to give students a free shopping experience for Christmas. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson faces 3 opponents in his quest to keep the 4th Congressional District seat

2 Democrats and a Republican are challenging his re-election bid → Read More

ArkLaTex designers show off collection in virtual Fashion Prize

Several ArkLaTex fashion designers will enjoy the benefits of their labor, using needle and thread to put together designs for this year’s Fashion Prize. → Read More

First of its kind obstacle course showcases Scouting camp

Organizers spent weeks building 12 obstacles for a course race for the community, all in an effort to show off the Scout camp and help at risk youth. → Read More

Website offers college students classes for $1 a year announced it would offer college students a yearly subscription of its specialty classes for $1. → Read More

Prize Fest helps revitalize struggling food industry

Prize Fest's Food Prize will feature six local restaurants in an effort to get diners to visit. → Read More

Arkansas holds sales tax holiday this weekend

Shoppers from across the Arklatex can take advantage of Arkansas' sales tax holiday this weekend. → Read More

ArkLaTex physical therapist earns national award

Lisa Hooper is Caregiver of the Year for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals → Read More

Take steps now to save money past the pandemic

Many people have proven they have been able to save money despite drastic cuts to their income during COVID. These are ways to keep those money saving trends after the pandemic is over. → Read More

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

People who normally would report abuse are not around with children out of school due to the COVID-19 outbreak → Read More

Free resources to entertain yourself while staying home

There are a number of free options, from TV to kids educational websites, that can entertain the entire family while under stay at home orders. → Read More

Resources for paying bills during COVID-19 pandemic

If you can't afford to pay your mortgage, rent or bills during May there are options you can take advantage of to make sure you can stay in your home. → Read More

WATCH NOW: Gov. Hutchinson’s daily COVID-19 briefing

Ar. (KSLA) - Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Dr. Nate Smith, secretary of the Arkansas Department of Health, will update the public at noon on the state’s response to the coronavirus, including the latest cases of COVID-19 and deaths. Copyright 2020 KSLA. All rights reserved. → Read More

Paper stimulus checks expected to arrive in mailboxes soon

Five million paper checks are expected to be coming in the mail this week as the IRS announced it could take four months to get everyone a paper payment. → Read More