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1:59pm

Tue August 14, 2012
Local

El Dorado resident to transform a house into a shelter

A new resource center for homeless families is preparing to open in El Dorado. Sabrina King is the founder of New Creations Life Center. King is enlisting the help of volunteers to transform a donated home into a shelter. She says there is an increasing need for homeless outreach services in South Arkansas.

7:35am

Tue August 14, 2012
Commentary

History Matters: On flooding events in history

During a time of pervasive drought, commentator Gary Joiner remembers the opposite extreme -- flooding -- through history.

1:57pm

Mon August 13, 2012
Arts

LPB premieres bicentennial documentary on TV

Louisiana Public Broadcasting presents the television debut of its one-hour documentary, "Louisiana: 200 Years of Statehood." The Bicentennial Commission also developed a companion teacher's guide. The documentary has been screened at bicentennial celebrations around the state since April. It airs tonight at 7 p.m. on LPB.

9:25am

Fri August 10, 2012
Local

Northeast Texas farmer continues fight against TransCanada

Farmer Julia Trigg Crawford stands in the pasture where TransCanada plans to put a segment of its Keystone XL Gulf Coast pipeline.
Kate Archer Kent

A legal clash over landowner rights in Texas comes to a head at the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris. Julia Trigg Crawford of Direct is challenging TransCanada's ability to condemn her land in order to buildĀ the 500-mile Keystone XL Gulf Coast pipeline. Supporters of landowner rights intend to pack the courtroom.

9:13am

Fri August 10, 2012
Commentary

McDonald: Cowboys have class

Commentator Archie McDonald is back in the saddle reciting the Ten Commandments of cowboys.

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