Rania Kaur

Rania Kaur

Reporter

Rania Kaur joined KPLC in October 2019 as a reporter. Born and raised in the Seattle area, as a kid, she loved talking to those around her and watching local news, but didn’t know that she wanted to be a reporter until much later. She started off as a Biochemistry major at Seattle University, then stumbled into journalism and immediately fell in love.

She was a reporter and anchor at her school’s station and wrote for her school paper. She was also the student representative for the Seattle Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association.

Being from Seattle, she cheers for the Seattle Seahawks, is addicted to drinking coffee (or chai), and is loving the Louisiana sun (she doesn’t get much in Seattle).


Recent Articles by Rania

  Immaculate Conception Cathedral School 7th Grade Basketball’s Star Teammate

  Insulin Pump Recalls

  City highlights parade plans for Mardi Gras in Lake Charles

  First children’s chicken run in South Cameron

  Sending Valentines to a Veteran

  More affordable childcare needed in SWLA, according to advocates

  Headwrapz United honors daughter’s legacy

  Food Hall project delayed until Summer 2020

  First CARA Summit held in SWLA

  SWLA participates in Quilts of Valor’s National Sew Day

  “Fans don’t let fans drive drunk," Louisiana State Police says

  Lake Charles Memorial Hospital receives trauma designation, the first in SWLA.

  SOWELA and McNeese sign transfer agreement for Schools of Business

  SWLA Safe Sleep Task Force hosts first “Sew Day” for sleep sacks

  Plastic Model show sees record child attendance

  Mickey Smith Jr. wins GRAMMY Museum’s Music Educator Award

  Iowa Mall changed since new management

  Volunteers needed at Harbor Hospice

Top 16 compete for the Louisiana State Pinball Championship

  Local program teaching teens life skills

  High school students get a sneak peek into the teaching profession

  Text messages used for U.S. Army recruitment scam debunked

  Local resident receives scam phone calls claiming to be from Apple

  January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

  Power out for some Entergy customers until Monday

  Louisiana’s 65th annual Fur and Wildlife Festival is special this year, organizers say

  Tips to make sure you’re making the most of your 2020 diet

  USDA and LSU Agricultural Center document amount of crawfish

  Ward 6 has dedication ceremony for new firetrucks

  Anticipated gym rush for new year