Lee Peck in the KPLC 7 Newsroom with a look at what we're working on today.
A DeQuincy family loses their home to an overnight fire. The Red Cross is now assisting.
Plus, fresh off of Black Friday, shoppers continue to hit local stores for "Small Business Saturday." KPLC's Haley Rush talks with shoppers and store owners who encourage people to shop local this Christmas.
U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu says problems with the Affordable Care Act healthcare website will be fixed and more Louisiana residents will have access to medical care. Landrieu made the comments today at an event hosted by the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus.
Also, Christmas came early on the U.S.S. Orleck. KPLC's Monica Grimaldo was there as the children were greeted by old Saint Nick.
And the warmer weather has returned to Southwest Louisiana… but for how long? Meteorologist Cedric Haynes has all the details in his forecast.
We'll see you tonight at Six for all these stories and more. Until then, we're always on at kplct.com.
The latest results, show 11 pool samples testing positive for the virus with one human case in Allen Parish.More >>
Groundbreaking for a huge housing Development in Iowa. The Sugarcane Townes development will cost about $200 million, making it one of the largest developments ever in Southwest Louisiana.More >>
The much-anticipated solar eclipse happens Monday. We'll see about a 70-percent eclipse here, weather permitting. To view the eclipse safely, you'll need special glasses. However, if you picked up eclipse glasses from any Calcasieu Parish Library location, you're asked to throw them away. There has been a lot of talk about knock-off Solar Eclipse glasses. Amazon has been experiencing some issues with phony glasses forcing them to give customer refunds. Calcasieu Parish Libra...More >>