Dominique O'Neill, KSLA News 12

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Past articles by Dominique:

Dozens Unify through fitness and fun amid the pandemic

Each year, a non-profit group called United Through Fitness host a fitness event at Clyde Fant Park in June. But due to the global Covid-19 pandemic it was postponed for several months. → Read More

Clean out your freezer for Hunger Action Month

In an effort to defeat hunger, Hunters for the Hungry is hosting a clean out your freezer day on Sunday, September 20. The Hunters for the hungry is accepting donations at 11 drop-off locations across Louisiana. → Read More

Gov. Edwards announces Phase III reopening plan for bars,restaurants

Bars are restricted to 25% capacity, while restaurants are restricted to a 75% capacity → Read More

Kan. girl, 11, hit with pole in attack motivated by racism, family says

Police are investigating the incident. So far, they don’t share the family’s view that it was racially motivated. → Read More

Boil advisory lifted in Bossier City

Panther Drive and Parkway Drive boil advisory lifted. → Read More

South Highlands neighborhood clean up damage from Hurricane Laura

Some residents are still cleaning up the remnants left behind from Hurricane Laura. → Read More

Youth Without Expectations Back to School Drive

The 2nd annual Youth Without Limitations Back to School supply drive. → Read More

Mentor program prepares high school grads for college

A local group called You Too, Inc is working to make the first-year of college easier for students. → Read More

Shreveporters question late and undelivered packages

"This is just unacceptable; why is there a slowdown? What is the problem?" → Read More

Poet brings ‘Poetic Justice’ to Shreveport

Poetic Sundays is held every weekend in Caddo Common Park. → Read More

Asbury United Methodist Church holds food drive

A dozen scouts from Troop 100 B & G volunteered their time by collecting items as they were dropped off, and then storing them in the churches food pantry. → Read More

Brown Girls Gleaux hosted it’s 1st Annual Women’s Empowerment Conference

The first-ever #BrownGirlsGleaux-Womens’ Empowerment Conference took place last weekend. → Read More

LSU Health Shreveport hosts Junior Science Humanities and Symposium

Students from across the state of Louisiana gathered in Shreveport last weekend for The Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. → Read More

Renzi Education and Art Center holds float-loading party in preparation for Krewe of Highland parade

The Krewe of Highland parade will roll on Sunday, Feb. 23. → Read More

Exhibit explores legacy of black photography in Northwest Louisiana

Shreveport native Raegan Stearns says one of the most impactful photos features the Rev. Harry Blake → Read More

Go for Gold Arc Benefit Run raises thousands

Hundreds of runners took to the streets to raise money for a good cause. → Read More

Officer purchases woman’s plane ticket home after scam

Gilbert Police Officer Adam Walicke was called out for a welfare check at a Walmart after Subway employees became worried about a woman who had been sitting inside the restaurant for more than day. → Read More

Bossier church raises awareness about human trafficking

Each year Freedom Church shines a light on human trafficking during the month of February, which the church has coined as Freedom February. → Read More

St. Jude wraps up another successful action in Minden

The annual event weekend kicked off Thursday, Jan. 30 with their annual auction at the Minden Civic Center. → Read More

45th Annual ‘World of Wheels Car Show’ at Shreveport Convention Center

Hundreds of local car enthusiasts showcased their model vehicles over the course of three days. → Read More