Kenley Hargett, KSLA News 12

Kenley Hargett

KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Past articles by Kenley:

8 more Southwood High students arrested for fighting

Another fight was reported Friday morning (Sept. 17) at Southwood High School just one day after 14 students were arrested. → Read More

Community gathers to honor life of Shamia Little

On Saturday, July 24, family and friends said their final goodbye to 17-year-old Shamia Little. → Read More

Community gathers to honor life of Shamia Little

On Saturday, July 24, family and friends said their final goodbye to 17-year-old Shamia Little. → Read More

21-year-old dies after being shot in Allendale

He was shot at least once in his head and once in his neck, police spokesman says → Read More

Hospital throws prom for teen who survived serious crash

A Wyoming teen who survived a serious crash missed her school’s prom, so hospital staff decided to throw one for her. → Read More

Grambling State University and Southern University Army ROTC cadets host 60 mile game ball run

Grambling State University and Southern University Army ROTC fought the heavy cold rain, in a 60 mile Bayou Classic run. → Read More

Tax preparer allegedly pulls gun on clients who had complaints about filings

The suspect was arrested and faces charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. → Read More

Financial planners weigh in on investing your stimulus check

Many Americans are desperately in need of the $600 stimulus check due to the pandemic. → Read More

First African American constable inaugurated in northwest Louisiana

The first African American constable in northwest Louisiana was inaugurated Wednesday, Dec. 23. → Read More

La. Attorney General’s Office warns against most common vaccine scams

Officials are continuing to warn the public against COVID-19 vaccination scams. → Read More

Tuskegee experiment history leads to Coronavirus mistrust

There is a big fear in the African-American community on vaccines. → Read More

Shreveport man warns others of holiday scam

A Shreveport man is warning others of a scam that cost him $1,000. → Read More

Looking at the surge of COVID-19 cases, vaccine in Shreveport

The recent surge of Covid-19 cases in Northwest Louisiana is causing stress on local hospital systems. → Read More

Marshall Education Foundation awards $33,000 in teacher grants

The Marshall Education Foundation is continuing their mission of improving education at Marshall ISD. → Read More

ArkLaTex businesses ask community to support Small Business Saturday

After Black Friday, small businesses throughout the country prepare for Small Business Saturday. → Read More

Shreveport City Council to vote on police and fire pay raise at next meeting

During today’s council meeting, they addressed their excitement in the proposal and expect a unanimous vote come next meeting. → Read More

New Downtown Shreveport LED lights expected to last for decades

The Downtown Development Authority is announcing a $217,000 grant to replace city lights with LED lights. → Read More

YOUR VOICE: Northwest Louisiana voting advocates view election turnout as a success

Several Louisiana grassroot organizations have stood on the frontlines for voter rights and equality. → Read More

Long John Silver’s fire on Kings Highway resurrects thoughts of whether it possibly was arson

People living behind King Highway’s old Long John Silver, fear arson may be to blame for Wednesday night’s fire. → Read More

Sports Betting approved in 55 of 64 Louisiana parishes, so what’s next?

Louisiana’s Act 215, that authorized sports wagering activities now moves to the Louisiana legislature. → Read More