Josh Roberson, KSLA News 12

Josh Roberson

KSLA News 12

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

Deceased Americans receiving stimulus payments

Reports are surfacing of deceased Americans receiving federal stimulus payments through direct deposit → Read More

The Associated Press to stand before court for public release of Saints emails

They believe the release is a fundamental right of the public under the first amendment. → Read More

LSU, Clemson players participate in media day ahead of Monday night matchup

LSU and Clemson players took part in Saturday’s media day ahead of their big match-up Monday night. → Read More

Saturday marks highest single day early voter turnout in Louisiana history

With just one day of early voting for the coming runoff election in the books, the nearly 90,000 votes state-wide are very telling → Read More

Do bulletproof backpacks work?

Lightweight bulletproof backpacks are now sold in stores and online by major retailers like Walmart and Home Depot — but can they protect students? → Read More

Shreveport looks for federal funding to make streets safer

Shreveport City Council will discuss a resolution over the coming days on whether or not to allow the Mayor's office to apply for federal money from the U.S. Department of Justice. → Read More

Fireworks can have a negative effect on your pets

It's the holiday when you may hear those subtle pops and screams in the background over the next several days, but to your pets, those sounds can be much more alarming. → Read More

Bossier City animal shelter waives fees for adoption

The Bossier Parish animal shelter is saying goodbye to adoption fees due to overcrowding. → Read More

Bossier Parish students bring home world title in archery

Benton Elementary students will celebrate Monday after leaving Louisville, Kentucky earlier this month as the 2018 World Archery Elementary champions. → Read More

Stay cool and save money this summer with these energy tips

When the temperatures rise along withe the humidity, many of us want to crank up that AC. But according to SWEPCO, there are ways to keep your electric bill down. → Read More

Shreveport Psychologist weighs in on how exercise helps mental h

While exercising and eating right can do wonders for your body, a Shreveport psychologist says that's nothing compared to what it can do for your brain. → Read More

Foster Campbell, parish leaders to celebrate $50 million milesto

Bossier School leaders now have $50 million in an educational fund thanks to a bill passed in 1985. Then-State Senator Foster Campbell sponsored a bill set aside $500,000 in tax revenue from Louisi... → Read More

Study shows religious people live longer

A recent study by a team at Ohio State University shows that religious people tend to live an average of four years longer than those who are not. → Read More

Caddo unveils Project CAM to keep tabs on parish projects

Caddo officials are working to be "open and more transparent" when it comes to Public Works projects in the parish. → Read More

"iWatchTexas" app could help prevent crime across the state

The Texas Department of Public Safety is releasing a mobile app that they hope will bring down crime and prevent major events from happening. → Read More

Tips to keep kids safe this summer

It may seem like a no brainer, but water is key. As the Summer starts to heat up and kids play outside until the sun goes down, in Louisiana, the heat can take a toll. → Read More

School is out but improvements in Bossier Parish still underway

Bossier Parish School Board is continuing to make the most out of a $212 million construction bond approved in 2012. → Read More

Flood insurance tips as hurricane season arrives

The 2018 Hurricane Season is projected to see around 14 named storms this year. Jim Donelan is the Commissioner for the Louisiana Department of Insurance. → Read More

State offering sales tax discount ahead of Hurricane season

Louisiana residents can buy flashlights, batteries, portable generators and other hurricane supplies with a discount on the state sales tax Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. → Read More

Affordable family staycation ideas for summer 2018

School is out and summer is here. While Mom and Dad load up the car to take that weekend trip with the kids, there are many places nearby that offer an affordable, yet thrilling experience. → Read More