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Travis Matte and the Kingpins will take the stage at "Downtown at Sundown" in Lake Charles from 6:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 24. Since 2004, the group has blended together various musical stylesMore >>
Travis Matte and the Kingpins will take the stage at Downtown at Sundown in Lake Charles from 6:15 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday, May 24.More >>
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It's not the scenario the Cameron Parish School Board thought they would be facing. "I would like to say that I'm ashamed of Cameron Parish. They voted to pass the road and bridge and the health unitMore >>
The Cameron Parish School Board is searching to offset nearly $4 million after voters decided not to renew to tax propositions earlier this month. As KPLC's Lee Peck reports, while they're set to give it another try, they'll have to find a way to cut costs in the meantime.More >>
Tuesday, May 21 2013 11:29 AM EDT2013-05-21 15:29:15 GMT
We are thrilled to share an update on a Sulphur teen with a rare disease that we introduced you to in March.Brother and sister, Sam and Sydni Dupre, have Friedreich's Ataxia. This is a disease threateningMore >>
Sam Dupre of Sulphur had the Lake Charles Civic Center crowd on its feet as he moved his wheelchair aside and walked across the stage to receive his diploma.More >>
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WASHINGTON, DC (WAFB) -
remains a heated topic on Capitol Hill, which is where the superintendent of
the Louisiana State Police was Tuesday night.
Col. Mike Edmonson
met with law enforcement agents from all over the country, including first
responders to the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, the Aurora movie theater
and Columbine tragedies.
said they discussed just how prepared the rest of the country is to deal with
horrible tragedies like we've seen in recent years.
In a phone
interview Wednesday morning, he said he feels Louisiana is ahead of the curve.
the debates going on about gun control, those types of things that's important
to have that, but more important thing is to sit down in Louisiana," he
explained. "Sheriffs, chiefs and state police and we talk every day about
what's going on. We're very proactive. We believe in partnership and that's
where the public wins."