Madison Glaser is a news reporter at KPLC 7 News in Lake Charles, Louisiana. You'll see her on 7 News Sunrise and on the FOX29 Morning Show.
Madison graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication-News and a concentration in Psychology.
Prior to her time spent at the University of Florida, Madison found her niche in communications when she was in high school. She was an on-air radio personality for her high school broadcasting station, WKPW, keeping up with the latest trends in entertainment news, and showcased current events.
During her time at the University of Florida, she hosted a morning show called “Tip of the Glaser,” which gave her a platform to keep her fellow college students up to date with the latest information on campus. She also worked for NPR’s radio show, “All Things Considered,” which broadcasts current events and breaking news on WUFT 89.1/90.1 FM.
Madison was born and raised in New Castle, Indiana, and is excited to embark on her new journey here at KPLC.
When she is not at work, she enjoys playing with her husky puppy, Meeko. He has an attitude bigger than his mom and loves long walks.
Lyft Driver, Bryce Boudreaux says there’s a huge need for Lyft/Uber drivers in the Lake area. The hit of two hurricanes and the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many local drivers away, leaving an extreme need for drivers in the area.
The final pass for hurricane debris pick up for residents in calcasieu parish unincorporated areas is happening now.After 200 days of debris pick up, the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury is making their final pass down each road to ensure that all eligible debris is picked up.
“When it comes down to it because teachers weren’t in class, cases became more severe.”The world stood still when COVID-19 hit, forcing schools to go virtual and leaving many young people without their safe place.
Across the state of Louisiana, especially in Southwest Louisiana, blood supply numbers are at an all-time low. The Southwest Louisiana Center for Health Services has partnered with LifeShare Blood Center to host a blood drive today only from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..
The Iowa Fire Department hosted the first pop-up vaccination clinic today called “Sleeves up.”They offered the Johnson and Johnson vaccine from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Iowa City Park located at 115 N Thompson Ave.The Iowa Fire Department has partnered with the Office of Public Health to help inter
Terri Bakes has been baking an assortment of goodies for people throughout Southwest Louisiana for years. Owner, Terri Fontenot knew that bringing people’s baking visions to life is something that she is very passionate for.
Since 1988, The Children’s Museum of Southwest Louisiana has been supplying children in the area with different exhibits that showcases different activities and programs. While their doors are closed temporarily, they will be hosting park pop-ups to give children the chance to get outside, enjoy th
Greengate garden center off Lake Street near Cricket Street.The doors open at 9 this morning, but a few weeks ago, getting those doors open seemed daunting because first they had to fix all the damage done by Hurricane Laura.
Fifteen years ago, gym owner Allie Davis started her business, Project Fit, in the back of her car.Today, she is now the owner of a 24 hour gym.However, the hit of COVID-19 posed numerous challenges for many gyms.
About 48 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss.Here in Lake Charles, the Southwest Louisiana Independence Center or “SLIC” as it’s called, is supporting residents with hearing disabilities.