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  • EDITORIAL: Impaired driving not worth the risk; don't do it

    EDITORIAL: Impaired driving not worth the risk; don't do it

    Wednesday, May 2 2018 12:41 AM EDT2018-05-02 04:41:49 GMT
    Driving impaired is not just irresponsible, it's selfish. And today with cell phones and Uber, it is too easy to find another way. (Source: KSLA News 12)Driving impaired is not just irresponsible, it's selfish. And today with cell phones and Uber, it is too easy to find another way. (Source: KSLA News 12)

    Driving impaired is not just irresponsible, it's selfish. And today with cell phones and Uber, it is too easy to find another way. Drunken driving also just isn't worth the risk to you, your passengers or others on the road. Just don't do it.

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    Driving impaired is not just irresponsible, it's selfish. And today with cell phones and Uber, it is too easy to find another way. Drunken driving also just isn't worth the risk to you, your passengers or others on the road. Just don't do it.

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  • Editorial: MLK Health Center and Pharmacy & KSLA Clinic Day

    Editorial: MLK Health Center and Pharmacy & KSLA Clinic Day

    Monday, April 30 2018 9:03 AM EDT2018-04-30 13:03:45 GMT

    This week we sponsored a clinic at the MLK Health Center and Pharmacy. 

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    This week we sponsored a clinic at the MLK Health Center and Pharmacy. 

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  • Editorial: Don't Litter

    Editorial: Don't Litter

    Friday, April 13 2018 10:35 AM EDT2018-04-13 14:35:31 GMT

    When it comes to littering. Are we are getting better or worse?

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    When it comes to littering. Are we are getting better or worse?

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  • Editorial: Being polite has become a bit of a lost art

    Editorial: Being polite has become a bit of a lost art

    Tuesday, April 3 2018 11:36 PM EDT2018-04-04 03:36:52 GMT
    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.
    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

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    I hope we are all teaching our kids to be respectful of others, to hold doors open, to say please, thank you, yes ma'am and yes sir. We don't need to expect anything in return, just be proud that you were brought up right.

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  • Editorial: Number of armed school officers should be rising

    Editorial: Number of armed school officers should be rising

    Wednesday, March 21 2018 11:55 PM EDT2018-03-22 03:55:36 GMT
    There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting.  At least in Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting. At least in Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.
    There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting.   At least Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.There may be no clear right way or a wrong way to handle a school shooting. At least Maryland, where an armed school resource officer did his job, is an example of a better way, says Joe Sciortino, vice president and general manager of KSLA News 12.

    Once again, we have a school shooting. This time, in Maryland, an armed school resource officer did his job. He jumped into action and engaged the shooter, who died at the scene. ... I would hope the number of armed school officers is growing.

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    Once again, we have a school shooting. This time, in Maryland, an armed school resource officer did his job. He jumped into action and engaged the shooter, who died at the scene. ... I would hope the number of armed school officers is growing.

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  • Editorial: School Walkouts

    Editorial: School Walkouts

    Friday, March 16 2018 10:22 AM EDT2018-03-16 14:22:29 GMT
    Students across the Arklatex joined in the walkout to honor those lost lives. (Source: KSLA News 12)Students across the Arklatex joined in the walkout to honor those lost lives. (Source: KSLA News 12)
    Students across the Arklatex joined in the walkout to honor those lost lives. (Source: KSLA News 12)Students across the Arklatex joined in the walkout to honor those lost lives. (Source: KSLA News 12)

    On Wednesday, one month since 17 people were gunned down in the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, survivors in Parkland joined tens of thousands of students across the country and walked out of their classes.

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    On Wednesday, one month since 17 people were gunned down in the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, survivors in Parkland joined tens of thousands of students across the country and walked out of their classes.

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  • Editorial: Holding ourselves accountable

    Editorial: Holding ourselves accountable

    Monday, May 9 2016 7:55 PM EDT2016-05-09 23:55:10 GMT
    Monday, May 9 2016 7:59 PM EDT2016-05-09 23:59:02 GMT

    Hello, I am Joe Sciortino, Vice President and General Manager here at KSLA. 

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    Hello, I am Joe Sciortino, Vice President and General Manager here at KSLA. 

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  • KSLA News 12's General Manager

    KSLA News 12's General Manager

    Joe Sciortino was named Vice President and General Manager of KSLA News 12 in April of 2016.  He moved to the ArkLaTex from Hattiesburg, MS, where he was the Vice President and General Manager of KSLA’s sister station, WDAM-TV.  

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    Joe Sciortino was named Vice President and General Manager of KSLA News 12 in April of 2016.  He moved to the ArkLaTex from Hattiesburg, MS, where he was the Vice President and General Manager of KSLA’s sister station, WDAM-TV.  

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  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Write us:KSLA TV1812 Fairfield AvenueShreveport, LA 71101Call us:(318) 222-1212 (Main Switchboard)(318) 677-6713 (News Department)(800) 444-5752 (Toll-Free to the News Department) Fax us:(318) 677-6703(318)

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