Maranda Whittington, KSLA News 12

Maranda Whittington

KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • KSLA News 12
Past:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • KTRE News
  • KPLC
  • WAFB
  • KXXV News Channel 25

Recent articles by Maranda:

KSLA Salutes: Shreveport VA hosts Memorial Day hot dog drive-thru Friday

The VA handed out around 600 hot dogs to veterans, and they also provided them with free reusable masks. → Read More

Marshall Restaurants discuss expanding to 50% capacity under phase two reopening

Restaurants operating at 25% capacity can also expand to 50% capacity Friday, but not every restaurant is on board with this plan. → Read More

United Way of NWLA creates special fund to help families struggling during coronavirus pandemic

United Way of Northwest Louisiana has also created a survey to hear from families that have been impacted by COVID-19. → Read More

Hamlin scores 2nd win of season at rain-shortened Darlington

NASCAR's second race back during the coronavirus pandemic was delayed nearly 90 minutes then stopped with 20 laps remaining because of rain. → Read More

Shreve Memorial & Bossier Libraries offering curbside pickup service

Shreve Memorial and Bossier Libraries began offering curbside pickup to their patrons this week. → Read More

Shreveport gyms open doors early under Phase 1 reopening Friday

At midnight Anytime Fitness in South Highlands opened their doors up to members again, while the YMCA open their doors at 5 a.m. after being closed for nearly two months. → Read More

KSLA Salutes: COVID-19 impacts National Guard Youth Challenge Program

“We didn’t know what COVID-19 was going to turn out to be so we immediately sent all of our cadets back to their homes." → Read More

Mission Marshall & ETFB providing free food on May 12

700 boxes will be handed out along with available dairy products and produce outside the Marshall Convention Center. → Read More

Logan Mansion selling COVID-19 time capsules to the public

“It’s all about giving somebody in the future an opportunity to look at the past. So you can store it for family members in the future, 25 years from now to open it but I think the significance is really with the timing.” → Read More

Give for Good kicks off on Tuesday, May 5

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

Natchitoches honors class of 2020 with pictures

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

Tree falls on Shreveport townhome; no injuries

No one was injured after a tree fell on a Shreveport townhome on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Month of the Military Child: Trevor Greenwood

Every weeknight on KSLA News 12 at 5, we are recognizing children who come from military families here in the ArkLaTex. → Read More

COVID-19 testing canceled at Oak Park Elementary due to weather

No word on when the mobile testing at Oak Park Elementary will be rescheduled. → Read More

Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport moving patients to St. Mary Medical Center Apr. 27

St. Mary Medical Center will now be able to accommodate inpatient pediatric, labor and delivery, Neonatal ICU and Pediatric ICU patients. → Read More

Louisiana Tech community reflects on last year’s deadly tornado

“It was really very emotional because you just saw the damage to our campus and you knew all the work we had been doing to really get the campus looking great and to build facilities." → Read More

Places to get free masks in Northwest Louisiana

They will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday April 23rd. → Read More

LSU Health Shreveport creating 3D printed nasal swabs

One machine can print 324 swabs at a time, and so far the school has already produced 1,000 swabs. → Read More

Logansport High seeking donations to help honor seniors

The high school has plans to honor their seniors by placing two by three sized pictures of the entire class outside of the campus. Each picture cost $15 if those in the community would like to donate. → Read More

Month of the Military Child: Dylan Sandy

Every weeknight on KSLA News 12 at 5, we are recognizing children who come from military families here in the ArkLaTex. → Read More