The Feds Suggest They Won’t Interfere, but Indian Tribes Are Still Wary of Marijuana Farming (Washington Post: Gov Beat Blog)
Despite Open Door, Native American Tribes Not Moving to Legalize Marijuana (Florida Center for Investigative Reporting)
Mesa Child first to openly use cannabis oil (The Arizona Republic)
Children’s Mental Health services shortage puts children at risk (The Shreveport Times)
Reducing blight is possible, experts say (The Shreveport Times)
Divine appointment brings Honduras-native to Shreveport: Roxann Gonzales shares her story of growing up with cerebral palsy in Honduras and the chance encounter with a Shreveport missionary that changed her life.
Reporting Live from Standing Rock: Six Days in a resistance camp: I spent six days as a reporter at the Oceti Sakowin Camp near Standing Rock, ND to witness the escalating protests between the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and water protectors against Energy Transfer’s Dakota Access Pipeline.
Caddo Magnet graduate harnesses “power of Asperger’s” to become award-winning playwright: Shreveport actor Cameron Martin was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 14, after which he learned how to creatively channel his quirks.
“How I left my stripping, drug-addicted life behind”
Single mom and female barber Brandie Bower talks about completing rehab for a cocaine addiction and how she turned her life around.