Thankfully we are tracking a much nicer start to this week with more sunshine in the forecast with less rain chances, although we do remain below average for late April in terms of our temperatures. You’ll definitely want to take a jacket or light coat as you make your way out the door this morning
Expect a quiet evening if you’re heading out with temperatures slowly dropping through the 60s and into the 50s by late-evening. Clouds will continue to move out overnight, setting a cooler start to our Monday morning with lows into the mid to upper 40s.
A boil advisory has been issued for the City of Leesville water system customers on Belview Road from 171 N. to Hilton Dr. and all roads in between. This also includes customers from Belview Road E. on Hwy. 28 to Bayou Drive.
The boarded-up windows at Lake Charles City Hall on the first floor may be the most visible of the damages city hall received, but for the past nine months, Mayor Nic Hunter hasn’t been able to utilize his office.
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.
Lake Charles police are reminding homeowners about a program they have in place to protect residents and their property. Some Lake Area residents have already taken advantage of the Neighborhood Watch program offered by the department.
The Louisiana Department of Insurance is urging the public to beware of misinformation circulating on social media sites claiming that receiving a COVID-19 vaccination would result in the death benefit not being paid on existing life insurance policies.
Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins wrote a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding disaster relief and led a congressional delegation letter to a U.S. Department of Transportation secretary regarding a grant for the Calcasieu River Bridge.
A man has been arrested in the case of a rideshare driver allegedly behaving in a ‘suspicious manner near LSU’s campus, according to university officials and deputies with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office (EBRSO).
A resident of Nobie Lane expresses concern the ditch that runs in front of his house always seems to be clogged. Property owner Russell Moreau worries if the ditches are not properly cleaned out ahead of hurricane season, residents could suffer flooding.
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.