Despite recent devastation to the regional dining scene, two emerging new bakeries are bringing fresh alternatives to where Lake Charles gets its bread.
A series of natural disasters — the pandemic and two hurricanes — could suppress Black voters in Southwest Louisiana.
Some who fled Hurricane Laura are planting roots in Lafayette for the long haul. Some are building new businesses. They all have something to say about the traffic.
Louisiana production crews, left gigless by the pandemic, are rebuilding hurricane-ravaged Lake Charles
Stage hands have been among the obscured economic casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic. Several local crews are now finding a home in helping with the logistics of rebuilding disaster-stricken Lake Charles.