Alexandria, LA – Robert Harper, LSUA’s new Director of Theatre and Empty Space Players, has announced ESP’s 2013-2014 season, dedicated to the memory of longtime theatre director and community leader, Richard Gwartney. This musical season will include a production of The Fantasticks, the longest running musical in history, and close with Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning [...]
Program encourages youth to demonstrate retail entrepreneurship
Alexandria, LA— Alexandria Mall is promoting retail entrepreneurism among today’s youth. Ten kid’s ranging from six to fifteen-years old have been chosen to participate in the “Kids, Inc.” program. The program is being hosted at select Jones Lang LaSalle-managed shopping centers throughout the U.S.
Kids, Inc. participants will set up [...]
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), advises the public that the O.K. Allen Bridge (bridge number 840-43-0125-1) on US 71/165, will be closed to traffic on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 9:00 pm and will reopen at 6:00 am on Wednesday, August 7, 2013. The closure for this one evening is related to [...]
Grant Deputies say they’ve arrested a Colfax man for beating up his mother. William Sibley reportedly punched his mother in the face and then threw her to the floor and stomped on her chest. Deputies say he had to be tased before they could take him into custody.
He was charged with domestic violence, resisting arrest [...]
It’s that time of year again: Buddy Camp is in session and this week it looks bigger than ever. ABC 31 Reporter Lauren Partain has more.
Buddy Camp will have their closing ceremony on Friday to wrap up the week.
KLAX ABC 31 News 8/1/13
Looking for a late summer read, or, maybe, you need some coffee table books for Christmas presents? The annual Friends of the Library Book Sale starts today.
You can buy all kinds of books, including those that are gently used and donated. And – there’s even more.
The sale runs three days at the Westside branch. They [...]
It’s a little like Christmas in July for Volunteers of America. Wal-Mart presented a 50-thousand dollar check to VOA for a program called “BEST”. That stands for “Building Empowerment through Skills and Training.” The program gives more than a hundred women skills to make it on their own.
The VOA also showed off its spruced up [...]
A shooting at a law office in Covington results in a suicide. 47-year-old Roderick Rist of Slidell is identified as the gunman.
The coroner’s office says he shot and killed himself after opening fire at the Upton Law Firm. An office manager was inside and hid until police found her. Police say Rist fired outside the [...]
The man credited with leading the Tunica Biloxi Indian Tribe from poverty to prosperity has died after a long illness.
62-year-old Earl Barbry Senior of Marksville was the chairman of the tribe when it finally received federal recognition in September 1981. He was the longest serving leader of any federally recognized tribe in the United States.
Vernon Deputies capture an inmate they say had been missing for 2 weeks. He’s 23-year-old Tobias Williams, who had been a work-release prisoner.
Deputies say he left a Leesville job site, and he was arrested this afternoon.
KLAX ABC 31 News 7/30/13