Drew Marine joined KPLC in June 2018 as a reporter. She is from southern California and went to Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix. Drew graduated from ASU with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and a minor in film and media studies.
During her time at the Walter Cronkite school, she was an education and government reporter for the school’s daily broadcast, Cronkite News, which aired on Arizona PBS.
When she isn’t reporting, Drew loves watching movies and learning new recipes to cook.
She’s excited to explore Louisiana and report on stories around Lake Charles.
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Which is why this is the fourth year Richard law firm and Yellow Cab of Lake Charles have teamed up to keep drunk drivers off the road on New Year’s Eve — by giving 1,000 free taxi rides to those who are unable to drive.
For the past several years a program through the Calcasieu District Attorney’s Office let some defendants pay their way out of community service by donating gift cards and money to the District Attorneys Community Assistance Foundation.
House democrats released two Articles of Impeachment against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of congress. Some of our representatives Tuesday said after reading these articles, they believe they won’t hold up in proceedings going forward.
The U.S. 2020 Olympic Team Trials for Boxing have begun in Lake Charles and the Southwest Louisiana Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is expecting the Lake Area to see financial benefits from this national event.
So, if you’ve finished your online shopping and are expecting Christmas gifts to be delivered soon, Sheriff Tony Mancuso said it’s best to take a few precautionary steps to keep your packages safe from porch pirates.