Our latest KTBS 3 NewsHealthy Green Into the Outdoorsweb forum shines the spotlight on healthy options in schools. More>>
Sgt. Johnnie Estess with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office “arrested” Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington this morning as part of the 2014 Bossier City Lock-Up to support Muscular Dystrophy Association. More>>
KTBS 3 News is taking our Healthy Green Into the Outdoors campaign online. We're using a web forum to shine the spotlight on the growing problem of obesity and to promote healthy living. More>>
The Atlanta hospital where two American aid workers were brought after getting infected with the Ebola virus will hold a news conference to discuss their discharge.
Republican U.S. Senator John Boozman is scheduled to tour the new NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jonesboro.
It's a worldwide epidemic. More than 120 million people suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organization. Many of these people are teenagers. More>>
Nspired Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling several lots of peanut butter, almond butter and other nut butters. It's based on fears of salmonella contamination. The company became aware of the risk after routine testing showed a potential link between eating the products and four instances of illness. More>>
A federal study says 5 percent of Louisiana dentists treating children under Medicaid may be padding their numbers, overcharging, providing unnecessary treatments or even harming children.
The Obama administration has concluded it will not publicly disclose federal records that could shed light on the security of the government's signature health care website because doing so could "potentially" allow hackers to break in.
Check out the latest pictures of the Friday and Pink Event last Friday where there was a sea of pink in Shreveport,. It was all part of the Friday in Pink campaign. Susan G. Komen of Northwest Louisiana hosted a Friday in Pink, a 12 hour live remote with TownSquare Media and KTBS 3, designed to create breast cancer awareness. More>>
The call comes in -- infant unconcious, not breathing. First responders speed to the home, only to find that it's too late. More>>
Emily Smith knows faces. She's decorated hundreds of them as a makeup artist at Couture Cosmetics in Shreveport. She says the end of summer is a tough time of year for her clients. More>>
The Arkansas attorney general's office has approved the wording of an item for the 2016 ballot that would legalize use of medical marijuana.
A legislative committee is examining market-based alternatives to providing low-income Texans with health care since the state has rejected the expansion of Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act.
A trial is wrapping up over new abortion restrictions that would leave only seven Texas facilities where women could legally end a pregnancy.
With the suicide of Robin Williams, fans and friends alike are questioning how they can help a someone they love with addiction and a mood disorder issues. We have our Arklatex expert Bill Rose from (CADA) Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of Northwest Louisiana. www.cadanwla.org here to give us insight and resources that could help. More>>
Cancer patients in Louisiana and south Mississippi will find it easier to join tests of treatments and promising new drugs under a new network organized by the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Centers in New Orleans and Shreveport.
The 2014 KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home is now open for weekend tours. More>>
Summer is quickly approaching and so are swarms of mosquitoes. Some carry the potentially deadly West Nile virus. More>>
Researchers say that vitamin E might help slow the progression of mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease. More>>
According to the CDC, 40 million people in the U.S. have a chronic sleep disorder, causing more than $18 billion in lost productivity every year. More>>
How you feel during your waking hours hinges greatly on how well you sleep. The cure for sleep difficulties can often be found in your daily routine. More>>
Officials say state health sanitarians are up-to-date in their inspections of restaurants and other establishments that serve food. More>>
A 3-year-old boy who was born deaf is hearing for the first time thanks to a special device. More>>
Most people wouldn't say having cancer is a gift. Adam Long is not one of them.He's been diagnosed with cancer five times in the last 13 years, and says it's been a blessing.The 24 year old from Bossier More>>