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    KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home photos courtesy of Courtney Avery. KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home photos courtesy of Courtney Avery.

    KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home opens for public tours

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    The 2014 KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home is now open for weekend tours. More>>

    Do your part to help "Stuff the Bus" today at Suddenlink in Bossier City

    Suddenlink gave $500 to Operation A+ today. The bus will be at Suddenlink on Benton Rd until 3pm. Suddenlink gave $500 to Operation A+ today. The bus will be at Suddenlink on Benton Rd until 3pm.
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    The Operation A+ Stuff the Bus campaign rolled into Bossier City this morning. The bus is parked in the Suddenlink parking lot at 725 Benton Road. More>>

    Stuffing the Bus for Operation A+ with your help Video included

    Operation A+ Stuff the Bus kicks off today! Operation A+ Stuff the Bus kicks off today!
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    The Operation A+ Stuff the Bus campaign is underway. Today we collected supplies in the parking lot of the Goodwill store off Bert Kouns. More>>

    Benton cancer survivor receives Heroes award

    Jan Elkins with Kami Chauncey and Senator Robert Adley. Jan Elkins with Kami Chauncey and Senator Robert Adley.
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    Cancer survivor Kami Chauncy, 14, is the proud recipient of the 2014 Young Louisiana Heroes Award.  More>>

    You're invited to tour the beautiful KTBS 3 St. Jude Dream Home

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    The KTBS 3 St Jude Dream Home is completed, and you can see the house this weekend from 9 - 5 on Saturday, or noon until 5:00 on Sunday. More>>

    KTBS 3 Community Caravan Idabel, Ok Video included

    © Jan & KTBS 3 Community Caravan in Idabel, OK © Jan & KTBS 3 Community Caravan in Idabel, OK
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    Thursday July 17, KTBS 3 crew with Community Caravan had lunch at Papa Poblanos. They all had a great time. Thanks Idabel, OK!


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    • The Red Bayou Project gives Farmers a boost in water needed for irrigation

      The Red Bayou Project gives Farmers a boost in water needed for irrigation

      Sunday, July 27 2014 12:44 AM EDT2014-07-27 04:44:54 GMT
      One of the major needs for farmland or agricultural success is water. If it does not fall as rain the water must come from somewhere else. There are many green farm fields in northern Caddo parish.
      One of the major needs for farmland or agricultural success is water. If it does not fall as rain the water must come from somewhere else. There are many green farm fields in northern Caddo parish.

    • CenturyLink in Bossier City: Boom or Bust?

      CenturyLink in Bossier City: Boom or Bust?

      Friday, July 25 2014 11:20 PM EDT2014-07-26 03:20:33 GMT
      Elton John, R. Kelly, Mary J. Blige, Disney On Ice, Cirque Du Soleil you name the artist or act and they have probably made it a point to come to Bossier City to perform at the CenturyLink Center. Who knew 14 years ago that an empty lot would turn into an entertainment destination for singers , performers and fans from all around the world.
      Elton John, R. Kelly, Mary J. Blige, Disney On Ice, Cirque Du Soleil you name the artist or act and they have probably made it a point to come to Bossier City to perform at the CenturyLink Center. Who knew 14 years ago that an empty lot would turn into an entertainment destination for singers , performers and fans from all around the world.
    • Mission trip ends with college professor's deportation

      Mission trip ends with college professor's deportation

      Friday, July 25 2014 7:44 PM EDT2014-07-25 23:44:53 GMT
      A mission trip to Guatemala to help others ended with the deportation of a Southwest Arkansas college professor.
      A mission trip to Guatemala to help others ended with the deportation of a Southwest Arkansas college professor.
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    • World War II veteran reveals brave story he never told his family

      World War II veteran reveals brave story he never told his family

      Monday, July 28 2014 12:04 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:04:42 GMT
      All that Floyd Stratton's family knows is that he lost a finger in World War II. They didn't know how. He never told them. But when we asked, he told us. It turns out it was kill or be killed.
      All that Floyd Stratton's family knows is that he lost a finger in World War II. They didn't know how. He never told them. But when we asked, he told us. It turns out it was kill or be killed.
    • A. J. Johnson faced deadly confrontation in The Philippines

      A. J. Johnson faced deadly confrontation in The Philippines

      Sunday, July 20 2014 10:05 PM EDT2014-07-21 02:05:58 GMT
      A. J. Johnson was fired up. A sailor wounded at sea was back home telling him and three of his buddies how the Japanese sank his ship. So Johnson and his buds all decided to join the Navy, too. But Johnson was the only one to pass the physical. He to war alone. He would go on to pass another test -- a test of courage and fighting skill.
      A. J. Johnson was fired up. A sailor wounded at sea was back home telling him and three of his buddies how the Japanese sank his ship. So Johnson and his buds all decided to join the Navy, too. But Johnson was the only one to pass the physical. He to war alone. He would go on to pass another test -- a test of courage and fighting skill.
    • Fred Moffitt got down to business after World War II

      Fred Moffitt got down to business after World War II

      Sunday, July 13 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-07-14 02:33:00 GMT
      Fred Moffitt left high school to help fight for our country in World War II, then came back to finish getting an education and going into business. You could say it turned out.
      Fred Moffitt left high school to help fight for our country in World War II, then came back to finish getting an education and going into business. You could say it turned out.
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    • Celebrate Education Week wraps up

      Celebrate Education Week wraps up

      Friday, April 25 2014 8:07 PM EDT2014-04-26 00:07:19 GMT
      The KTBS 3 Summer Reading Festival and ArtBreak celebrated the big 30 this week. What is known as the biggest arts and reading festival for students has been around for 30 years in the ArkLaTex, and it is all on display at the Shreveport Convention Center.This week thousands of 3rd grade students got a hands on lessons in the arts.While 2nd grade students are being encouraged to get library cards and continue reading this summer. "This week completes our 30th year of doing this so that is a l...
      The KTBS 3 Summer Reading Festival and ArtBreak celebrated the big 30 this week. What is known as the biggest arts and reading festival for students has been around for 30 years in the ArkLaTex, and it is all on display at the Shreveport Convention Center.This week thousands of 3rd grade students got a hands on lessons in the arts.While 2nd grade students are being encouraged to get library cards and continue reading this summer. "This week completes our 30th year of doing this so that is a l...
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    • 1 Dead in Shooting in Shreveport's Highland Neighborhood

      1 Dead in Shooting in Shreveport's Highland Neighborhood

      Monday, July 28 2014 10:05 AM EDT2014-07-28 14:05:16 GMT
       One man is dead and his roommate is talking to police about what he says happened on Holly Street near East Kings Highway.
       One man is dead and his roommate is talking to police about what he says happened on Holly Street near East Kings Highway.
    • City of Natchitoches to hold recycling meeting

      City of Natchitoches to hold recycling meeting

      Monday, July 28 2014 8:51 AM EDT2014-07-28 12:51:20 GMT
      The City of Natchitoches will hold a community meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to encourage and increase participation in citywide recycling efforts. 
      The City of Natchitoches will hold a community meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to encourage and increase participation in citywide recycling efforts. 
    • Bossier's 30th Young Marines class graduates

      Bossier's 30th Young Marines class graduates

      Monday, July 28 2014 8:33 AM EDT2014-07-28 12:33:50 GMT
      Photo courtesy Allen J.M. Smith, BPSOPhoto courtesy Allen J.M. Smith, BPSO
      Twenty-nine recruits ranging from eight years old to teen years earned the title as Bossier Sheriff's Young Marines as Class 30 graduated in front of a packed house of 200 people Friday night at the Bossier Sheriff's Substation in Bossier City.
      Twenty-nine recruits ranging from eight years old to teen years earned the title as Bossier Sheriff's Young Marines as Class 30 graduated in front of a packed house of 200 people Friday night at the Bossier Sheriff's Substation in Bossier City.
    • Aid Group: 2nd American has Ebola in Liberia

      Aid Group: 2nd American has Ebola in Liberia

      Monday, July 28 2014 5:54 AM EDT2014-07-28 09:54:54 GMT
      An official with a North Carolina-based aid group says another American health care worker has tested positive for the Ebola virus at the same West Africa medical compound where an American doctor became infected with the often deadly disease.
      An official with a North Carolina-based aid group says another American health care worker has tested positive for the Ebola virus at the same West Africa medical compound where an American doctor became infected with the often deadly disease.
    • 10 Things to Know for Monday

      10 Things to Know for Monday

      Monday, July 28 2014 5:54 AM EDT2014-07-28 09:54:37 GMT
      Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
      Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
    • Former Va. governor's corruption trial begins

      Former Va. governor's corruption trial begins

      Monday, July 28 2014 5:48 AM EDT2014-07-28 09:48:49 GMT
      Jury selection is on the agenda for opening day in the corruption trial of a former Virginia governor and his wife in Richmond.
      Jury selection is on the agenda for opening day in the corruption trial of a former Virginia governor and his wife in Richmond.
    • Hernan weakens to a tropical storm in the Pacific

      Hernan weakens to a tropical storm in the Pacific

      Monday, July 28 2014 5:46 AM EDT2014-07-28 09:46:58 GMT
      Hernan has weakened to a tropical storm far off Mexico's Pacific coast.
      Hernan has weakened to a tropical storm far off Mexico's Pacific coast.
    • Lawsuits may seal important facts about West blast

      Lawsuits may seal important facts about West blast

      Monday, July 28 2014 5:45 AM EDT2014-07-28 09:45:03 GMT
      Valuable health and safety information about the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West could be hidden from the public forever because a judge has approved confidentiality agreements for more than a dozen lawsuits relating to the case.
      Valuable health and safety information about the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West could be hidden from the public forever because a judge has approved confidentiality agreements for more than a dozen lawsuits relating to the case.
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