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Louisiana Fire Marshal Issues A Statewide Burn Ban
Local government and state fire officials say conditions are extremely dry across the state and ordered a burn ban that goes into effect Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 8 am.
Louisiana Dept. Of Health : COVID-19 Vaccine & Testing Sites Clos
Due to impending winter storm the Louisiana Department of Health announced that all SWLA COVID vaccine and testing sites will close at noon Thursday thru Friday.
Motorist Can Request Autism Indicator Be Added To License
The new "Autism" indicator is now available and starting May 2023 it will be mandatory for all Americans who travel by air to have a REAL ID. Get the scoop here.
FEMA Hiring Louisiana Residents For Hurricane Ida Recovery Team
Do you or your friends and family need a job? FEMA is currently hiring Louisiana residents to form a Hurricane Ida Recovery Team.
Thousands Of Louisiana Residents Still Without Power After Hurricane Ida
One month after Hurricane Ida's landfall thousands of SELA residents are still without power.
I-10 Calcasieu River Bridge To Remain Closed For Full Inspection
DOTD officials say the bridge will remain closed. Crews are performing an extensive and detailed inspection to determine the extent of the damage.
LSU Researchers Find A Better Way To Predict Hurricanes In Gulf
Two LSU researchers have found that when the National Hurricane Center posts their predictions for hurricane season there are big differences between storms born in the Atlantic Ocean and those in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Latest NHC Update On Tropical Storm Nicholas
The new National Hurricane Center path of Tropical Storm Nicholas has the storm skirting the coast before entering Louisiana which may mean more rain for SWLA tomorrow.
FEMA Recovery Service To Reopen At Civic Center Thursday Sept. 16
Tropical Storm Nicholas has much of SWLA is under a flash flood warning, and due to the potential threat, FEMA's Recovery Service at the Civic Center closed.
Free Sandbag Locations For Louisiana Residents By-The-Parish
Sandbag locations are open for residents preparing for possible flooding related to Tropical Storm Nicholas across the state.
Nicholas’s New Track Takes It Right Down I-10 Into Lake Charles
The new track has shifted more and now it looks like it is going to take a right, head East, parallel Interstate I-10, and come right toward us.
Closures In Southwest Louisiana & Lake Charles Due To Nicholas
As of today, Tuesday, September 14th, here are the closures.