Kailey McCarthy, KALB News Channel 5

Kailey McCarthy

KALB News Channel 5

Alexandria, LA, United States

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Past articles by Kailey:

Riverside Hospital hosts first-ever Christmas tree decorating contest

One health care facility in Alexandria is getting into the Christmas spirit! → Read More

Rapides Cancer Center adding new technology, easing treatment for patients

The Rapides Cancer Center is adding new technology to alleviate the need to travel and ease treatment for patients. → Read More

Salvation Army undergoing renovations, hoping to house homeless population by end of week

The Alexandria Salvation Army is making a number of renovations to their building on Beauregard Street in downtown. → Read More

Rapides woman strives to break stigma of mental health

One Rapides Parish woman has made it her mission to break the stigma of mental health. → Read More

Cenla has highest rate of Syphilis in state

Syphilis, a sexually transmitted illness, is growing at an alarming rate right here in Central Louisiana. → Read More

Food Bank of Central Louisiana, local schools gearing up for Christmas Cheer Food Drive

Local schools are gearing up for the annual Christmas Cheer Food Drive. → Read More

Alexandria Lions Club conducting eye checks, looking for astigmatism, lazy eyes

The Alexandria Lions Club is making sure every child can see well this school year. → Read More

Homelessness on the rise in Alexandria, officials encouraging people not to give cash to panhandlers

Alexandria Mayor Jeff Hall shared that there’s been an increase in homelessness in the city. → Read More

Additional monoclonal antibody treatment sites open in Central Louisiana

There are two additional locations right here in Central Louisiana for people needing monoclonal antibody treatment. → Read More

GREAT HEALTH DIVIDE: Rapides Foundation conducting community health assessment, uncovering health status of Cenla

The Rapides Foundation is conducting a study they may need your help with. → Read More

American Red Cross helping Hurricane Ida victims, in need of local volunteers

The American Red Cross is stepping up to help people in need impacted by Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Alexandria Salvation Army helping Ida victims, serving fresh meals in southeast Louisiana

The Alexandria Salvation Army is feeding people in southeast Louisiana with their emergency disaster services canteen. → Read More

Fighting Hand Brewing Company helping survivors of Hurricane Ida

Fighting Hand Brewing Company is doing what it can to help the survivors of Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Hurricane Ida: Cleco crews move to south Louisiana to help with restoration efforts

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, thousands of people are without power in Louisiana. → Read More

Mega shelter in Alexandria open as ‘critical needs transportation shelter,’ COVID testing available for evacuees

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, 23 shelters across Louisiana are now housing over 1,500 Hurricane Ida evacuees. → Read More

Students head back to class at LSUA, required to get COVID-19 vaccine by next semester

LSUA students will be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine by next semester. → Read More

Non-profit makes its new home official, moves into building on Prescott Road in Alexandria

On Thursday, ‘Fostering Community’ cut the ribbon on its new location on Prescott Road in Alexandria. → Read More

Cabrini at capacity, receiving federal help for COVID patients

This fourth surge of coronavirus happening now is causing Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital to be at capacity. → Read More

Low vaccination rate: Local health leaders urging community to get vaccinated, especially in rural parishes

It’s news no one wants to hear. COVID-19 infections are going up at an alarming rate. → Read More

Great Health Divide: Alexandria Farmers Market match program doubles shopping experience for SNAP recipients

Things like fresh food from a local farmer’s market were out of the question for SNAP recipients, until now. → Read More