Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Southern University Community Mourns Death of Isaac Greggs


The Southern University community throughout the state is mourning the death of Doctor Isaac Greggs.  WBRZ’s John Pastorek talks about Read More →

Voters to Decide on Recreation Tax This Saturday

Voters will decide the future of recreation in Alexandria when they head to the polls this Saturday.  There’s a property Read More →

Alexandria Business Owner Arrested on Drug Charges


State police arrest an Alexandria business owner on drug charges. Stephen Holsomback is the owner of a storage facility.  Troopers Read More →

Forum Held to Discuss LA Healthcare Rankings


The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides a report card for Louisiana parishes.  A forum was held today to discuss the Read More →

Body Discovered Near Airbase Road


A body is discovered early this morning just off Airbase Road. The body was found around 6:30 at the corner Read More →

LC Holds Press Conference to Discuss Athletics

Louisiana College officials held a news conference today to talk about the school’s athletic program. LC is now under the Read More →

2 Long-Time DA’s Seek Empty Judgeships


Judicial elections are this fall, and a long-time assistant district attorney is asking voters to send her from the bar Read More →

Rotary Honors KLAX-TV Sales Director


KLAX TV Sales Director, John LeBoeuf, was among those honored by the Alexandria Rotary Club today. The guest speaker was Read More →

Army Unit Plays Enemy To Train Soldiers at Fort Polk

The United States Army trains for any situation, but who do they fight against?  Army Sergeant Chad Guthrie takes us Read More →

Jay Dardenne, Les Miles Speak on Tourism in LA


Tourism is a number one industry in Louisiana.  Last year, the state set a record for this industry.  Lieutenant Governor Read More →

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