Adria Goins, KSLA News 12

Adria Goins

KSLA News 12

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  • WBTV News
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  • Region 8 News
  • KPLC
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
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Recent articles by Adria:

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

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

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

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

Price gouging targets online shoppers during coronavirus outbreak

Shoppers see sharp increase in price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Facebook page helps H.S. seniors out of school due to COVID-19

One Bossier City woman started a Facebook page where graduating seniors can upload a picture, write down their interests, and wait to be adopted by someone from the community who would send them gift cards and thank you notes. The movement took off with more than 6,000 people joining in 48 hours. → Read More

80 million Americans receive stimulus check

Did you get your stimulus payment yet? → Read More

La. treasurer sends out checks for unclaimed property

Louisiana residents who have unclaimed property can expect to see checks in the mail in the coming days. → Read More

Qualifying for unemployment due to coronavirus

There are expanded qualifications for unemployment benefits for people who have lost a job due to coronavirus. → Read More

Ways to tell if you qualify for a stimulus check

The government will look at your adjusted gross income and your tax returns to determine if you qualify for a stimulus check. → Read More

Tom Brady joins the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers officially announced Friday six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady would be joining their team. → Read More

Grant helps dental clinic serve rural Arklatex communities

Your donations to our area Children's Miracle Network hospital allowed CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier to hand out more than $180,000 to programs in need, including a dental clinic in Coushatta that serves rural communities. → Read More

Pilot program offers 9 prescription drugs for free in LA

The offer is for a limited time and requires a Sam’s Club Plus membership → Read More