It took me a while quite a while in fact but then I saw it.
Jennifer Nettles made it famous.
We don't talk often enough about all the good things America has done for people all over the world. This morning, Rick Rowe shares the story …
Rick Rowe is on vacation this morning, but he left us one of his favorite stories about a home in Stonewall, LA that's full of character. It's…
It has been really hot the last few days so Rick Rowe thought it might be a good time to take you back to January 2018.
In this rewind, Rick talks about the children’s book “Billy’s Booger.”
Our July 4th Brookshires cooking championships are coming soon...and a few years back Rick Rowe introduced us to a local family with a secret weapon.
The sunflowers are blooming along the Sunflower Trails. Rick Rowe gives us a sneak preview.
Rowe looks back at the last local survivor of the attack at Pearl Harbor
This week the nation remembered the most important battle in American history, D-Day June 6th 1944. Rick reminds us of something that franklin…
In this rewind, Rick talks about the Battle of the Bludge.
Three local United Methodist churches to remain with denomination
Bossier Parish High School fishing team sets possible world record
Deadly shooting in Shreveport Sunday morning
Police respond to reports of shooting on South Lakeshore Drive in Shreveport
Downtown shooting leaves one injured in Shreveport
There are now 57 houses built for the homeless all over Shreveport-Bossier. Rick Rowe tells us about the newest home and why it has a name.
In this rewind, Rick talks about Caroline Dormon.
Perhaps no one in the ArkLaTex suffered a more devastating loss during the Second World War than the Torres family of Zwolle Louisiana.
He was one of America's finest who once called Shreveport home, Rick Rowe has the powerful story of Navy Seal Rob Reeves.
If you're looking for something to do this Memorial Day Weekend, Rick Rowe suggest a visit to the Greenwood Flea Market.
As we approach Memorial Day, Rick Rowe opens up his archives to honor those who have fought and died for this country.
In this Rick’s Rewind, Rick looks back at Magnolia’s artistic history.
Rick Rowe has found another treasure in the middle of Shreveport. It’s one of Shreveport’s oldest buildings with a history few know.
We don't know if she is still there, but if you're driving down Line Avenue this week when kids are heading to class, make sure to look for th…
It was one of the most dangerous places to be in World War 2. A tail gunner on a B-17 bomber. A former Shreveport firefighter shares his story…
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In this rewind, Rick talks about Kenneth Martin and his strawberry fields.
In this rewind, Rick talks about Justin Bloxum and the impact of his death.
In this rewind, Rick talks about the prayer garden of the First Baptist Church of Taylor Arkansas.
On this cold and murky spring day Rick Rowe remembers a hot summer morning along the river front. It was a visit to something called the Tribu…
Rick Rowe talks about the spring time flower, lilies.
For years it has been one of Shreveport favorite places to just relax.
Haynesville says goodbye to Sam Meadors