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
Littering is a constant issue in Lake Charles and across Southwest Louisiana. Wednesday night, the city council passed updates to an ordinance for littering, which would increase penalties for litterbugs across the city.
“I said, ‘something don’t look right,’ there was something floating in the water. I said ‘that looks like a gator head, there ain’t no way,'" Bubba Fuselier said when he found an alligator in a pond on his property Sunday.
If you’ve ever had business at Lake Charles city hall, you’ve probably know Michael Narcisse, the afternoon security guard who is known for greeting everyone with a smile and a ''How are you doing today?"
The ‘Murph Challenge’ is an annual tradition to honor Navy SEAL Lieutenant Michael Murphy, and other soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country. It’s not just a workout, it’s a tribute that LCPD’s SWAT completed Monday.
In Louisiana, it’s possible to face a felony charge for protesting a pipeline. The law went into effect August 1, 2018. Louisiana activists and environmentalists filed a lawsuit Wednesday, calling the law unconstitutional.