BOSSIER CITY, La. -- When you think of a hero, who comes to mind? For the family of Dr. Randy Richter, that answer was obvious.
KTBS is honoring Everyday Heroes in the Arklatex. These are people who keep our community running! Individuals, groups or teams can be nominated for going above and beyond to help their fellow neighbor. This can be a local first responder or even the child next door that helps your elderly mother get her mail every day. We are looking for those special people that create change in our community one heartfelt effort at a time. You can nominate your Everyday Hero by completing the form below. Tell us the story and your Everyday Hero will have a chance to win a prize package that includes a gift card from Frank’s Louisiana Kitchen, flower bouquet from Kilpatrick’s Rose-Neath Funeral Homes and a plaque from Bossier Federal Credit Union. We all want to say Thank You to all those that make our community a better place to live.
When the pandemic hit and restaurants closed, business owners had to make some tough decisions. The owners of Beauxjax Crafthouse still found a way to serve. Because for Beau Hays and Aaron "Chef Peanut" Hanning, feeding others resonates more as a metaphor than just a meal.
MARSHALL, Texas - While we try to teach our children about life, our children sometimes teach us what life is all about. Those words couldn't be more true when it comes to 9 year old, Logan Jackson.
KTBS3 celebrates "Everyday Heroes", someone whose natural inclination is to help others. We found our next hero in a Caddo Parish classroom, encouraging children who require a huge dose of patience and inspiration.
Shreveport Police say they have a suspect but still no arrest in a shooting that happened about 2 months ago. It happened behind the Lashley Paint Supply Building on Airport Drive in the Augurs neighborhood.