SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) - Good Morning. John Bridges and Britney Glaser with a look at what's coming up on 7News Sunrise.
A quick traffic stop on I-10 leads to a big drug bust in Lake Charles.
The Lake Charles Police Department is asking for your help locating a missing person.
A Lake Charles man will learn his fate later this month after being found guilty on charges relating to a May 2015 incident.
It comes as no surprise to hear the recent storms that have impacted Southwest Louisiana, threw off the balance in our ecosystem. But now those changes are hurting an important bird here in the Pelican State.
Conditions are miserable for many in Syria where war has caused an ongoing disaster for people who live there. The relief organization 'Friend Ships' has set up a medical clinic there on the border and reports they need several types of help.
The "Tiny House" movement is growing not only across the U.S. but here in Southwest Louisiana, too. This morning we talk with a Lacassine couple about the tiny house they built and how they survive in 416 square feet of living space.
Plus, Thanksgiving is just a week away and many are preparing to travel. We with a look at what experts are saying we can expect this holiday season when it comes to traveling.
And crawfish lovers can look forward to seeing great catches in restaurants and stores earlier than usual.
In weather, a dense fog advisory has been issued for Calcasieu, Cameron and Jeff Davis parishes through mid-morning. Meteorologist Ben Terry will have the latest in your 'First Alert Forecast.'