Ashley Joseph is excited to report the news in her hometown of Lake Charles, La.
Ashley has loved news and broadcasting since she was a child.
A Cajun girl, she, of course, loves Cajun food. Ashley loves spending time with her family, cooking, reading and writing, listening to music and traveling.
She also loves the Saints and the Seattle Seahawks (although her co-workers aren't sure how that's possible).
Ashley is a 2016 graduate of McNeese State University, where she was part of the National Broadcasting Society (president of the McNeese chapter for one year), the NAACP and the Student Government Association.
Southwest Louisiana holds a very special place in her heart and she loves reporting its news and telling its stories.
With a few local businesses closing up shop this week due to confirmed cases, 7News got an update from the Louisiana Department of Health on the progress Southwest Louisiana has made and the work that still needs to be done.
Alumni of St. Louis Catholic High School have called upon administration and the Catholic Diocese to update all of the district’s curriculum to be more inclusive and address racial history and bias in light of the anti-racism protests that are sweeping the nation.
Latest on home insurance, flood insurance, is NFIP still funded? For how long? Combined with COVID-19, there are a lot more risks to consider this season as businesses and individuals prepare to weather the storm.
The Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitor’s Bureau launched the “#RediscoverSWLA” campaign on Friday, to encourage residents to patronize local businesses while economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Three months ago, the biggest challenge for area schools was adjusting lesson plans and figuring out how to get meals to local students. That challenge was met with success, but now the focus shifts to providing those same opportunities to kids during the summer months.
Volunteers handed out nearly 500 bags of groceries at their mass food distribution Wednesday. With a line of cars wrapped around the church’s parking lot, members say it shows how much the demand for food has increased in our area.
With days to go before Nick Forsythe's surgeon was set to repair a major tear to his knee caused by a sports injury, the coronavirus outbreak prompted them to delay the surgery that was deemed elective by the Louisiana Department of Health.