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Seven Interesting Facts You May Not Know About May
May means summer is coming and kids are almost out of school - but there's more to it than that. Here are seven interesting facts you may not know about May.
A Startling Amount of People Abandoned Lake Charles in 2020
If it feels like a lot of people left the Lake Charles area last year, it's because a lot of people did.
Tired of Hurricanes? Arkansas Will Pay You To Move There
Arkansas is paying big money to convince people to relocate. Plus, they'll give you a free bicycle. What's not to love?
“Frozen” Alligators Aren’t Dead, They’re Waiting Out the Cold
If you come across an alligator lying motionless with its snout sticking out of frozen water, don't go poking at it with a stick. It's not dead.
Southwest Louisiana Winter Storm Updates
Get the latest information on water, electricity, and school closures due to the winter storm.
Water Services Update: Bottled Water Distribution At Civic Center
Mayor Nic Hunter held a press conference with the City of Lake Charles at 11:00am this morning to update residents on the current status of water in the city.
When The Twelve Days of Christmas Meets The Twelve Months of 2020
Everyone knows The Twelve Days of Christmas but have you heard about The Twelve Months of 2020? Don't worry, we hadn't either until we just made it up.
WATCH: People Try To Order From a Closed Burger King During Delta
A video posted to Facebook during Hurricane Delta shows a line of cars hilariously trying to order drive-thru from a closed Burger King in Beaumont.
Currently Impassable Roads in Southwest Louisiana
Many roadways in Lake Charles are impassable, along with several others in Moss Bluff, Westlake, Iowa, Bell City / Hayes, Sulphur, DeQuincy, Starks, and Vinton.
What’s Open in Southwest Louisiana: September 25 Update
From free hot meals to groceries, gas, and vital supplies, find out what's open and who has what you need right now in Southwest Louisiana.