Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chandler is excited to be in Lake Charles covering the news that matters to you. Chandler graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in December 2017 after studying broadcast journalism and public relations. She worked for the student-run news station, News 6, as a reporter, anchor, and even news director! In her free time, you can find Chandler exploring Southwest Louisiana, watching sports, or trying out all the amazing Cajun food.
University of Central Arkansas, Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations, 2017
We can learn so much from older residents of Southwest Louisiana, especially from those who served our country. The City of Lake Charles has launched a new project to help tell local veterans’ stories.
Friday afternoon Acadian Ambulance announced they will be revitalizing the form Dimmick Supply Company building off of Enterprise Boulevard for several uses, like creating a maintenance facility and National EMS Academy.
The Lake Charles City Council voted 6-for approving a cooperative endeavor agreement between the City of Lake Charles and Crying Eagle Brewery for the construction of a restaurant on the Lake Charles lakefront.
There are few things that can simulate real life situations that law enforcement officers face every day, but the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office has a virtual training system that comes pretty close and it’s preparing officers across Southwest Louisiana for anything that could happen.
No space, sewage backups, a leaky roof - those are just some of the daily issues staff have had to deal with at the Calcasieu Coroner’s Office. Building a new Coroner’s Office has been on the books since 2015, but what’s the latest on the project?
The city of Sulphur held its last City Council meeting of 2019 Monday night. The main topics revolved around the city’s finances, including a sales tax that will soon be up for renewal and a look at Sulphur’s spending in the past fiscal year.
Katie Harrington, the city spokesperson, says the meeting is being held to discuss the possibility of Lake Charles contracting with a professional management company for operations of the Lake Charles Civic Center.
When it comes to cancer, early detection can save your life. That's why the CHRISTUS Ochsner Wellness Screening and Genetics Center is putting preventive health care front and center with their genetic testing.
“You have to think that anyone who has gone missing has a loved one out there who is looking for them, who is missing them," Calcasieu Coroner’s Office Chief Investigator Charlie Hunter said. “We are just hoping to circulate that picture to as many people as we can hoping that someone will call.”