Robin Richardson joined KPLC in July of 2018 as the Weekend Anchor/ Reporter. She was born and raised in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex where, at an early age, she developed a passion for dance and a love for learning more about people. She attended the University of North Texas where she was a member of her student News station NTTV serving as an anchor for Thursday Nightly news and a weekday reporter.
While in college, she was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader for three years and a Kilgore College Rangerette two years prior. During her final season as a cheerleader, she joined the Dallas Cowboys broadcasting team as a Special Projects Reporter.
Robin’s hobbies include dance, reading, going to the movies, eating great food, and being around people that make her laugh.
She is proud to be in Southwest Louisiana but will continue to be a Cowboys fan through and through.
In January 2019, CHRISTUS Fund awarded $75,000 to the Family & Youth Counseling agency to support its Healthy Mothers program. This program addresses the priority area of Mental Health that “has been designated as an area of concern for the Southwest Louisiana Region.”
The Louisiana Department of Insurance Senior Health Insurance Information Program warns Medicare Beneficiaries that they’re being targeted through phone calls, booths at health fairs, tables at grocery stores/ pharmacies and door-to-door visits.
The Imperial Calcasieu Regional Planning and Development Commission release a 25 year plan dedicated to improving area roads.The plan has taken 18 months to construct and is officially titled The 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.
It’s been a demolition derby since the construction of the I-210 bridge began in January. Sergeant James Anderson of Louisiana State Police says since construction of the bridge began there’s been a spike in a vehicle accidents.
Tickets are on sale now for the 2019 St. Jude Dream Home giveaway. The proceeds help a great cause. Haydn McCoy a McNeese student from Oakdale is a cancer survivor that lived at the St. Jude Children’s Research center for about a year.