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Sheriff Tony Mancuso Tests Postitive for COVID-19
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Tony Mancuso released a statement announcing he has tested positive for COVID-19.
What’s Open in Southwest Louisiana: September 4 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.
Entergy: Lake Charles Is at Least Two Weeks Away From Power
Entergy says all nine transmission lines that bring power to the area are currently out of service. The company expects to energize the first line in two weeks.
Vintage Louisiana Postcards
We didn't think it was right that Louisiana didn't have some of those great old postcards to entice new visitors to our fine state, so we made our own.
Interactive Map Shows Louisiana Waterways Unsafe To Swim Or Fish
The map, provided by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, shows multiple SWLA waterways with advisories against swimming and/or fishing.
New Report Says Louisiana Has The Worst School Bullying Problem In The Country
According to a new report, Louisiana was ranked as being the worst state for cyberbullying, on-campus fighting, and teens attempting suicide as the result of being bullied at school.
Ridiculous Louisiana Things You Should Buy on Amazon Prime Day
From Pet Driver's Licenses to LSU-scented perfume, we've got something for everyone. Or no one, because some of these things are pretty dang ridiculous.
Yep, the Lake Charles I-10 Bridge Has a Facebook Page Now
The I-10 Bridge has apparently become self-aware and has started throwing some serious shade.
Watch This Panhandling Crawfish Catch A Penny [NSFW-Video]
We've seen a crawfish amputate its own claw to escape the boil, now there's one out on the street, catching coins. They're becoming self-aware, y'all.
‘Cajun Navy’ Founder Arrested Over Alleged Contractor Fraud
Jon Bridgers, credited as one of the founding members of the Cajun Navy 2016, is accused of taking more than $50,000 from a flood victim for uncompleted work.