Madison Glaser, KPLC

Madison Glaser

KPLC

Lake Charles, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • KPLC
Past:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
  • KCRG
  • WALB News 10
  • WIS News 10
  • KFDA NewsChannel10
  • WCTV Eyewitness News
  • KOTA Territory News
  • WDBJ7
  • FOX19
  • and more…

Recent articles by Madison:

Fur and Wildlife Festival happening in Calcasieu Parish

“We have traditions such as nutria skinning competition, the muskrat. It’s something we started the festival on and we keep that going, entertainment, a gumbo cookoff, mile runs, and more,” Guillebeau said. → Read More

Mardi Gras on display at Imperial Calcasieu Museum

“There are several costumes that are fully assembled with the mantles, the crowns, the everything. We’ve got animatronics that talk about the history of Mardi Gras in Southwest Louisiana,” said Interim Director Justina Wolford. → Read More

More testing centers opening during fifth surge

Southwest Louisiana is starting the new year with record-high COVID cases. → Read More

PJ’s Coffee holds grand opening in South Lake Charles

If you still have some last-minute Christmas shopping to do, you might need a pick me up. → Read More

COVID-19 in SWLA: Dec. 16, 2021

COVID-19 report from the Louisiana Department of Health. → Read More

SWLA says goodbye to the USS Orleck

After more than a decade, it’s bon voyage for a former Navy ship in Lake Charles. → Read More

Former Mayfield, Ky., resident talks about devastation

It’s the aftermath of a disaster, something we are all too familiar with in Southwest Louisiana. → Read More

SANE/SART Program aims to help victims of sexual assault

It’s a unique program in Southwest Louisiana aiming to help victims of sexual assault. → Read More

LDH getting prepared for possible threat of new variant

The Omicron variant is now being detected across the country. → Read More

Mayor Hardey prepares to defend title as Battle of the Bells returns

“The community when you make the call, they comin’. That’s just the way it is. No even thoughts about it. I say make the call and let’s get em. When you get em, you got em and you gotta get rid of em,” Hardey said. → Read More

Nelson Elementary students rally behind classmates with cancer

Purple and gray filled classrooms at Nelson Elementary School for a special cause Wednesday. → Read More

Vacant apartment complex catches fire for second time since Hurricane Laura

There is currently no word on any injuries or what started the fire. → Read More

18-year-old shot on Julia Street dies

An 18-year-old man shot on Julia Street Saturday has died, authorities have confirmed. → Read More

Update on US 90 overpass closure

We’re finally getting answers about a closed section of U.S. 90. → Read More

UPS driver steps in to save teen having seizure

Sometimes, it’s a case of being at the right place at the right time. → Read More

Some facing more recovery following strongest tornado to hit Calcasieu Parish in over 20 years

It’s back to square one for several residents hit by Wednesday’s tornado in south Lake Charles. → Read More

Operation Christmas Child helping children around the world

”I hope my box goes to Asia, Africa, Korea, Africa, Australia, Afghanistan, maybe somewhere in Africa, Madagascar, Asia, Africa, anybody that needs it,” said Ms. Daughtery’s fifth-grade class. → Read More

Calcasieu Safe Sleep Task Force gains national attention

A local program has flipped the script when it comes to Louisiana’s history of high cases of infant deaths. → Read More

Parents describe the moments leading up to son’s death in ‘freak’ rodeo accident

Legend Williamson, 10, was riding a horse in the warm-up pen at the Texas Junior High Rodeo when the horse reared up and fell on him. → Read More

Parents describe the moments leading up to son’s death in ‘freak’ rodeo accident

Legend Williamson, 10, was riding a horse in the warm-up pen at the Texas Junior High Rodeo when the horse reared up and fell on him. → Read More