Founded in 1861 in Calcasieu Parish, Lake Charles is the fifth largest city in the state, home of McNeese University, and is an industrial leader in Southwest Louisiana.
Mr. Bills Seafood Express Announces Plans To Rebuild In Lake Charles
Mr. Bills Seafood Express announced that they will be rebuilding their restaurant in Lake Charles. What will it look like? Here are some pictures.
Things To Do In Lake Charles This Weekend July 30-August 1
It's a huge weekend of events in Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana. Here is what is going on.
McNeese Announces Campus-Wide Mask Mandate Regardless Of COVID Status
Regardless of COVID status all returning students, faculty and staff will be required to wear a mask on the campus of MSU.
Water’s Edge Church Giving Away Free Groceries Now
Stop by and receive a free bag of groceries today.
Lake Charles Charity Is Asking The Community For Food Donations
Many people in the Parish rely on donated food to feed their families. That need has increased with the loss of so many homes after the hurricanes and flood.
Overnight rain leaves streets still flooded in Lake Charles
Streets are still flooded in certain areas hours after the rain in Lake Charles.
Comedian Ron White Stopping In Lake Charles in September
Ron White will be performing in Lake Charles at the Golden Nugget on September 5th.
Louisiana Office Of Motor Vehicles Now Require Mask Wearing
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, facial coverings will be required inside all Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles locations.
Dumb Criminals: Lake Charles Thief Leaves Phone at Scene of Crime
I would think that stealing a catalytic converter would feel illegal while you are stealing it, no?
Here's How to Sign up for the CPSO Hunter Safety Course
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office is gearing up for another session of their hunter safety course to get you ready for the upcoming seasons.
Calcasieu Sheriff's Office Conducting DWI Checkpoint This Friday
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office has announced they will be conducting a DWI Checkpoint somewhere in the parish this Friday evening, July 2.