Louisiana State Representative Dorothy Sue Hill won't be able to run for re-election next year, because she will be termed out after completing three terms. She is fighting hard to get road improvements for her constituents. Hill says some needs she's been requesting for eleven years.
Richard says this one stumbling block isn’t taking him away from his mission and vision for the city of Lake Charles. With 20 years of experience with helping the homeless, he’s now found another way to keep that vision alive.
In recent years, the Calcasieu Parish School Board has built several pod buildings adding 128 classrooms. Just last week, the school board approved more pods- which would add 56 more classrooms to the district.
The Louisiana Legislature's Joint Committee on Highway Priority construction was in Lake Charles today. They held a public hearing which allowed those who wanted to speak to talk about highway priority construction projects needed,
On multiple occasions over the last month, a mysterious man wearing waders has walked into the Hokus Pokus liquor store on Country Club Road, put expensive bottles of liquor in his pants and simply walked out.
Two Oakdale teens are accused of shooting at a van full of teenagers, according to Oakdale Police.Chief Joseph Lockett says it happened Tuesday night when the teens were out toilet-papering homes during homecoming week. He says a parent was driving them.
Cal-Cam Fair officials and state fire inspectors are working to get rides in compliance, after some of the rides did not pass the requirements in the initial inspection, according to a Sulphur official.
The Washington Post has published a new column by Jamal Khashoggi in which he warns that governments in the Middle East "have been given free rein to continue silencing the media at an increasing rate."
Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies will now carry Narcan, an opiod overdose reversal medication for emergency situations. They received a donation to supply all patrolling deputies from the Beauregard Prevention Coalition.
LSU was slapped with a $100,000 fine over the weekend after fans rushed the field following the school’s win over No. 2 Georgia. Now, a GoFundMe has surfaced to help pay the fine, and it was started by Congressman Garret Graves.