FEMA Contractors Are Doing Assessments in Lake Charles
FEMA contractors are in the area and will be assessing damage to residential and non-residential structures in Lake Charles.
The Lake Charles Project To Donate 25 Homes To Families In Need
This exciting community initiative of good will plans to adopt 25 families and provide them with cleaner, greener, safer, cheaper, and stronger housing.
SWLA Economic Development Alliance Grant Assistance Program
SWLA small business owners have been hit especially hard this year with a global pandemic and two hurricanes, and they need assistance more than ever.
Are Hurricanes Staying Strong Longer After Landfall?
A new study published in the Journal Nature suggests that hurricanes are no longer just a coastal problem.
Hurricane Laura FEMA Filing Deadline Two Weeks Away
The extension given by FEMA for homeowners and renters to file for government assistance for Hurricane Laura expires on November 27.
Residents Being Forced To Vacate 190 Damaged Public Housing Units
Public housing hurricane victims in Lake Charles are being forced to leave their homes. More than 500 units have been condemned or deemed unsafe to live in.
Suddenlink Says Majority Of Customers Restored Later This Month
SWLA residents are fed up with the actions of Suddenlink, and it got so bad that the company's CEO came down from New York to address the situation personally.
Free Disaster Legal Services For Hurricane Victims
If you're having trouble recovering losses due to damages caused by recent Hurricanes Laura or Delta, free legal help may be available to you.
Lake Charles Is Still Bouncing Back After Two Hurricanes
What the rest of the world might not realize is how long it takes for a city to bounce back from devastation on this scale.
The Tropics: Eta, Theta, and the Thing Near Jamaica
Two tropical storms and a tropical wave have forecasters at the Hurricane Center busy this morning.