Lee Peck in the KPLC 7 Newsroom with a look at what we are working on for Nightcast.
There's a change of heart in the Town of Welsh. City officials lifted the ban on pit bulls. However, KPLC's Haley Rush tells us the lift comes with some stiff penalties if any dog is found to be vicious.
Plus, the Louisiana State Treasury Office gave away more than $101,000 in unclaimed money to SWLA residents this weekend. Tonight, KPLC's Gerron Jordan will explain how you can find out if you are owed any cash.
And it was an opportunity for prospective students to meet Southern University System President Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr. Wilson was in Lake Charles as part of his statewide tour to talk about Southern University and one of the system's biggest events – the "Bayou Classic."
Also can we expect more rain for our work week? Chief Meteorologist Wade Hampton is in for Cedric tonight and will have your forecast.
We'll see you tonight at ten. Until then, we're always on at kplctv.com.
The left lane of I-210 westbound is blocked near Enterprise Boulevard due to a vehicle accident, according to DOTD. Traffic is backed up nearly a mile past the accident.More >>
By tonight, rain chances will be low. We will start with partly cloudy skies, becoming mostly clear late. Low temperatures will be in the low 70s. A few places north of I-10 will be in the 60s. It will still feel muggy overnight, thanks to the humidity. There could be some areas of patchy fog in the early morning hours on Monday. As we go through next week, the big story remains warm temperatures.More >>
A Longville man is dead following a two-vehicle crash in Beauregard Parish Saturday night. On Sept. 23, shortly after 9 p.m., Louisiana State Police Troop D responded to a two-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on U.S. 171, about a mile north of U.S.190, in Ragley, according to Sgt. James Anderson, State Police spokesman.More >>
What better way to celebrate the city of Lake Charles than by exploring its rich history? As the city gets ready to celebrate 150 years, the Calcasieu Parish Library decided to offer free bus tours through the city’s historic district.More >>