Rania Kaur, KPLC

Rania Kaur


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Rania:

Narcan and fentanyl strips at free store hosted by SWLA Health Education Center

A press conference Thursday brought to attention the opioid crisis in Calcasieu Parish. → Read More

LHSAA Softball Tournament: First local sporting event with lifted restrictions

Some sports fans are back in the stands this week, cheering on some of their favorite high school softball teams. → Read More

Search for capsized lift boat crew members continues in Cameron Parish

With seven crew members still missing as of Friday, search efforts led by Blake Matthew, director of field operations for the United Cajun Navy, have brought them to Cameron Parish coastlines. → Read More

Family of 5th Avenue shooting victim holds balloon release

Family of 5th Avenue shooting victim holds balloon release → Read More

Local boy with rare disorder celebrates 10th birthday

Ryan Orgeron turns ten on Tuesday, and for his family, it’s a birthday worth celebrating. → Read More

Pfizer: 3rd COVID vaccine dose likely needed within 12 months

If you received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll likely need a third dose within a year. → Read More

Local pharmacies experience vaccine setbacks

From supply and demand issues, to vaccine hesitancy, local pharmacies express setbacks in getting Southwest Louisiana vaccinated. → Read More

COVID-19 patient celebrates 70th birthday after 176 days in hospital

It’s a big deal celebrating your 70th birthday, but exactly one year ago, Muriel White and her family weren’t even sure if she was going to make it to 70. → Read More

Crawfish farmers seeing high demand for Easter weekend

t’s Easter weekend, and so many across Southwest Louisiana will be celebrating with a crawfish boil. → Read More

New ordinance passed by Lake Charles City Council allocates funding to neighborhoods along Kayouche Coulee

Neighborhoods along Kayouche Coulee in Lake Charles have continued to deal with flooding during heavy rains. → Read More

CPSO’s K-9 department fulfills special role

It’s said a dog is a man’s best friend, and for the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office, they’re that and then some. → Read More

Overdose deaths in Calcasieu Parish doubling in 2021

As of March 9, there have been 19 deaths in Calcasieu due to drug overdose in 2021. → Read More

Unemployment scams costing United States billions of dollars

Costing the United States billions of dollars, a new unemployment scam is compromising your identity. → Read More

Local cattle impacted by last week’s freeze

The agriculture industry is at the mercy of mother nature, and last week’s freeze showed those effects. → Read More

DOTD warns drivers as icy conditions on roads continue

DOTD warns drivers as icy conditions on roads continue → Read More

Experts weigh in on how to protect your water pipes

Being without water overnight in the cold is something every household would rather avoid. → Read More

Fire concerns rise as cold weather in SWLA continues

A home in Lake Charles on the corner of Hodges and Mill Street caught fire this afternoon. → Read More

Catholic Charities calls upon AmeriCorps in aftermath of hurricanes

When the hurricanes hit, one local organization rapidly needed volunteers to assist with relief efforts. → Read More

Kinder High School students create PSA in time for Black History Month

It was Martin Luther King Jr. who hoped his children would one day be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. Nearly 60 years later, a group of Kinder High School students created a video embodying Dr. King’s message for a school assignment. → Read More

Waters Edge host their second food giveaway

Five months after Hurricane Laura, people are still in the process of recovery with some struggling to make ends meet. That’s why Waters Edge Church hosted their second food giveaway today. → Read More