Chris Rosato, WAFB

Chris Rosato

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Recent:
  • WAFB
Past:
  • KPLC
  • WKYT
  • wdam
  • KCRG
  • wave3news
  • Western Mass News
  • KBTX News
  • WALB News 10
  • WIS News 10
  • WDBJ7
  • and more…

Recent articles by Chris:

Southern fans gear up for Bayou Classic

Southern fans spent part of their Friday getting some last-minute gear before they made their way to New Orleans for the Bayou Classic. → Read More

UPS driver delivers Thanksgiving meals to elderly

One UPS driver James Brown Jr., also known as “Big Brown”, is giving thanks by delivering a hot meal to elderly folks in rural areas. → Read More

Day of Hope for families and victims of gun violence

Families and victims impacted by gun violence in East Baton Rouge Parish had an opportunity to come together today for hope and encouragement. → Read More

Cold weather couldn’t stop loved ones of Mekhi Darville from holding balloon release

That cold weather not stopping anyone from coming out to remember a teen who was killed when he got caught in the middle of someone else’s fight. → Read More

Rural healthcare access showing signs of improvement over the last year

Rural parts of Louisiana have struggled to get quality healthcare resources for a while and COVID shined a bright light on the problem. → Read More

New testing kit could be game changer for medical marijuana patients in the workplace

Being a medical marijuana patient in Louisiana comes with its own set of risks. Right now, private employers essentially have the final say in what their marijuana policies are in the workplace. → Read More

Gov. Edwards rejects offer to testify at Ronald Greene hearing

It’s been several months since the Special Committee into the death of motorist Ronald Greene had their last hearing. → Read More

Legislation to address student behavior and discipline expected next session

When students returned to the classroom after going back and forth from learning remotely educators and other professionals saw an increase in suspensions and expulsions. → Read More

What’s in store for Governor Edwards’ last year in office after midterm election results?

The midterm elections are still going on in some parts of the country but here at home all of our races have been called. → Read More

Will a shortage of Diesel hit Louisiana? Expert offers insight

The price of diesel is up again this month and according to experts and will likely continue to climb. → Read More

Two Senate candidates call out opponents for not attending forum

With the midterm elections right around the corner, two of the four candidates running for U.S. Senate spoke at the Baton Rouge Press Club on Monday. → Read More

Metro Council members call for ‘radical’ transparency in wake of stormwater debacle

One council member said the mayor should address the stormwater fee proposal non-disclosure agreement issue more clearly for the public, while another called this an embarrassment. → Read More

La. lawmakers search for solutions to bring insurance rates down

In a state like ours one thing is certain, we need insurance. → Read More

What you need to know about Constitutional Amendment 5 heading into Nov. election

One of the things voters are going to want to keep an eye on when going to the polls in November is a constitutional amendment concerning property taxes. → Read More

3 candidates have their eyes set on becoming next La. attorney general

In a little over a year from now, there will be a new attorney general for the state, and three candidates believe their numbers have been called. They have already started campaigning with law and order at the forefront of their messages. → Read More

AG Jeff Landry announces run for governor

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced on Wednesday, Oct. 5, that he will indeed run for governor. → Read More

2023 Louisiana Economic outlook appears better than most thought

CEO’s and business owners braced themselves for the worst on Tuesday at the Louisiana Economic Forecast event. → Read More

Acadian Ambulance on track to fill vacancies

Staffing shortages for emergency first responders still have not gotten to where they were prior to the pandemic. → Read More

3 candidates are in the race to be the next mayor of Zachary

Voters in Zachary will soon decide who will be their new mayor. And 3 candidates believe they’re the best person for the job. → Read More

Dept. of Education proposing a plan to curb the literacy crisis in K-4 students

The numbers may be trending upward, 2022 LEAP scores show signs of improvement and promise of a possible rebound. → Read More