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.
As a follow up to last week’s announcement of #SpringCleanLC, Mayor Hunter hosted a Zoom call Wednesday to try and recruit volunteer groups from outside of the city to come in and assist with this cleanup initiative.
As to how the variants could affect the vaccine rollout, Dr. Lacy Cavanaugh says there’s still a lot of unknowns but with 2 vaccines already administered and possibly another one on the way, redesigning the vaccine would be easy.
Guillory, a single mother, first filed for unemployment in June and received her first payment in November...three months after Hurricane Laura destroyed her place of business and left her and her disabled son homeless.
7News spoke to the Impact Agency, a local mentor group that was recently defunded. The group spoke about the role local mentors play within the community and how that role is important now more than ever.
With concerns about the homeless population and COVID-19 growing following Hurricanes Laura and Delta, we checked in with Water’s Edge Church to get an update on their mission to still serve the homeless while recovering from the storms.
In Southwest Louisiana, the birth of the civil rights leader is typically honored with events that span over a 4-day period. This year, organizers say most of the events will be virtual to avoid spreading COVID-19.