Doug Warner, KSLA News 12

Doug Warner

KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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  • KSLA News 12
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WBTV News
  • FOX 8 New Orleans

Past articles by Doug:

The Good Stuff: Tribute to the ‘Good Rising’

KSLA News 12's Doug Warner highlights the good we have seen rising — week in and week out during the pandemic. → Read More

The Good Stuff: Trey’s Mother’s Day Gift

“I get little signs from him all the time,” his mother says → Read More

The Good Stuff: A part of us

For 19 high school seniors in the small DeSoto Parish town of Stanley, graduation day just won’t be complete without number 20, Bryce Norwood. → Read More

ArkLaTex E.R. nurse given military sendoff at funeral

49-year-old Michael Marceaux gave his life, fighting against the deadly virus that claimed his life.On Friday, his family laid to rest the 22-year Air Force veteran. → Read More

Shreveport E.R. nurse dies of COVID-19

Registered nurse Mike Marceaux has died after contracting Coronavirus while working as an emergency room nurse at Christus Highland - Shreveport, the hospital confirms for KSLA News 12. → Read More

KSLA honored with 6 A.P. awards, including best anchor, reporter, sports story

KSLA News 12 won first place honors for best news anchor, best TV news reporter, best sports story and best multimedia journalism in the annual contest. → Read More

Public health director makes urgent call for COVID-positive plasma

Recovered from COVID-19? Donate your plasma to help save others. → Read More

17-year-old wanted for murder at Bayou Oaks Apartments

Demarcus Upshaw has been charged with one count of second degree murder. → Read More

Bossier grocery store ‘rescues’ E.R. worker’s day

A Bossier City grocery store rescues the day for an exhausted emergency room worker, who finally found time to pick up groceries for home. → Read More

Hardy pleads not guilty to murdering business partner

Hardy pleaded not guilty to second degree murder and obstruction of justice charges in the murder of his business partner, 48-year-old Garrett Wilson. → Read More

The Good Stuff: ‘Thank you’ from the students and teachers

Students and teachers on both the Caddo Parish and Bossier Parish sides of the Red River, are eternally grateful for recent help after facing their own unique adversities. → Read More

Man found in freezer left note exonerating wife of death, police say

Authorities said a Utah man whose body was found in a freezer left a typed, notarized letter saying his wife was not responsible for his death. → Read More

The Good Stuff: Love Knows No Bounds

Love takes many paths. → Read More

The Good Stuff: Hearing the cheers

“When your kids hurt, you hurt,” explains J.T., leading to his decision to help his daughter open her business → Read More

The Good Stuff: For love of the game

Somewhere in the Superdome madness of 76,000 LSU fans back on Jan. 13 — Graydon and Roberta Kitchens were there. → Read More

The Good Stuff: Worst of times becomes best of times

Winds of more than 100 mph expose, strengthen the community’s giving spirit → Read More

Internal audit shows someone outside City Hall ordered changes in City of Shreveport’s insurance coverage

A member of Mayor Adrian Perkins’ administration may have jumped the gun, issuing directive before becoming a city employee → Read More

LSUS’ Lavallee leaving for MLB, Blue Jays organization

LSUS head baseball coach to report to spring training in February → Read More

Starbucks adds Irish Cream Cold Brew to its holiday menu

The new item is coffee mixed with Irish cream syrup topped with vanilla sweet cream foam and cocoa powder. → Read More

Minden reinstates another police officer

He and his brother — who previously regained his job — had been accused of making racist Facebook posts → Read More