Drew Marine joined KPLC in June 2018 as a reporter. She is from southern California and went to Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix. Drew graduated from ASU with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and a minor in film and media studies. During her time at the Walter Cronkite school, she was an education and government reporter for the school’s daily broadcast, Cronkite News, which aired on Arizona PBS. When she isn’t reporting, Drew loves watching movies and learning new recipes to cook. She’s excited to explore Louisiana and report on stories around Lake Charles.
A new healthcare law went into effect as we celebrated the beginning of a new year. Hospitals are now required to post their prices online in an effort to be more transparent, but some lists may not be so easy to understand.
For some, it can take years to finish the long process of becoming an American citizen. For one Lake Charles man, David Shamieh, it took him over a decade after he moved to the United States from Israel.
The new congress begins Thursday, with the ongoing partial government shutdown at the top of the agenda. However, Senator John Kennedy says there’s still no clear end in sight with the funding for the border wall still a big issue.
It’s almost time, 210 bridge work is set to start in less than two weeks and the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury is preparing by setting up a satellite office in Sulphur for those who want to avoid the traffic.
Now that the big day is over, what have you done with the unavoidable trash that comes from Christmas morning?Sulphur Police wanted to warn those with extra trash from the holidays how to dispose of it without making your home a target.
Just last week, 8-year-old Drake Quibodeaux, a Vinton boy fighting a terminal brain tumor had a simple request to get 190 cards for what could be his last Christmas. Little did he and his family know the overwhelming amount of support they’d get.