Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is reminding senior citizens of the resources that are available as Medicare Open Enrollment begins on October 15. Staff members with the Louisiana Department of Insurance’s Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) are available and ready to assist with any questions individuals may have about their coverage and options. Medicare Open [...]
There are still more opportunities to register for credit classes at the Learning Center for Rapides Parish this fall.
LSU Alexandria and Upper Iowa University will offer additional classes that begin in the coming weeks at the Learning Center, which is located on England Airpark.
LSU Alexandria will offer Public Speaking and History of Western Civilization I, [...]
The Food Bank of Central Louisiana and Suddenlink kick off the seventh year of the “Connecting to Those in Need” Food Drive. The program provides drop-off locations at several town halls, grocery stores and Suddenlink offices across CenLa.
As an incentive, those who donate at least 5 non-perishable items can enter in a drawing for a [...]
Six World War Two veterans were in Alexandria this weekend for a reunion. The American Legion Post 3 hosted the veterans who served at Iwo Jima. The reunion had been in the works for some time, but the original organizer and member of the group passed away before it could happen.
The remaining members of the [...]
From left to right: John Daniels, 34, and Frank Williams, 30.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office breaks up what appears to be a very large and organized dog-fighting ring. 34-year-old John Daniels of Beaumont, Texas and 30-year-old Frank Williams of Alexandria are arrested and charged with criminal trespassing and dog fighting.
Authorities say they received a complaint [...]
A 20-year-old man from Alexandria is charged with attempted second-degree murder in connection with a case that happened on September 30th.
Avoyelles Parish Detectives arrested Hoo Ngam Chau after responding to the scene of an alleged domestic battery. Chau told detectives he and the victim were fighting over money.
Authorities say the victim had been choked. The [...]
Early voting starts tomorrow. The registrar’s office will have extended hours to accommodate for the expected early voting rush.
For more information about early voting, visit the Secretary of State’s website.
KLAX ABC 31 News 10/4/13
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office needs help identifying the body of a woman found October first in Little River near Lonnie’s Landing.
They’re releasing her description and say she was 50 to 65 years old, 135 to 140 pounds, Five feet, five inches. Her hair was dyed reddish brown but her natural hair color appeared to [...]
Delhi, Louisiana – The former two-term governor of New Mexico has endorsed Congressional Candidate Henry Herford for Louisiana’s 5th District special election later this month.
Johnson, the 2012 presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party, said Herford would make an excellent advocate for liberty in D.C.
“Henry aims to strengthen the economy and restore freedom by reducing the [...]
Roderick K. Hall, 31
Alexandria Police catch a second man they were looking for in connection with a shooting last month. Roderick Hall is charged with attempted murder for a shooting that happened September 22nd in the 35 hundred block of Lee.
Another man, Major Tarleton also faces attempted murder charges. Police arrested him a day after [...]