Alex Orenczuk, KALB News Channel 5

Alex Orenczuk

KALB News Channel 5

Alexandria, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • KALB News Channel 5
  • WAFB
  • KNOE 8 News
Past:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • WSFA 12 News
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
  • KCRG
  • KOTA Territory News
  • WTOC11
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • WMBFNews.com
  • ABC 7 WWSB
  • and more…

Recent articles by Alex:

Judge rules in favor of Alexandria City Council in 2021-2022 city budget lawsuit

On Friday, Sept. 15, 9th Judicial District Court Judge Patricia Koch ruled in favor of the five Alexandria City Council members named in a lawsuit stemming from a veto-override vote that happened on May 5, 2021. → Read More

Cypress Arrow Kennel & K9 Academy owner booked on new cruelty to animals charge

Tina Frey, the owner of Cypress Arrow Kennel & K-9 Academy, has been booked on a new charge in ongoing investigation regarding alleged animal abuse. → Read More

Cypress Arrow Kennel & K9 Academy owner booked on new cruelty to animals charge

Tina Frey, the owner of Cypress Arrow Kennel & K-9 Academy, has been booked on a new charge in ongoing investigation regarding alleged animal abuse. → Read More

‘Nobody is hiding nothing here’: Sheriff addresses handling of rape during RADE operation

Rapides Parish Sheriff Mark Wood is defending how RPSO handled a rape case in which the victim was a criminal informant during a RADE drug bust, after an AP report criticized the office's handling. → Read More

Coca-Cola driver forced to drive to ATM at gunpoint in Louisiana

Two suspects walked up to the employee while he was making a delivery, police said. → Read More

More owners speak out about animal abuse in Lena, RPSO investigates claims

“The video is very disturbing, horrific to a lot of people,": RPSO continues to investigate the alleged animal abuse claims in Lena. → Read More

Rain is a good thing: Farmers rejoice after heavy rain

Most people do not give rain a second thought, but for farmers, it is sometimes all they can think about. → Read More

LaBorde Earles Law Firm donates school supplies to Cenla students

The law firm said it plans on continuing the backpack and supply drive in the future. → Read More

Cenla residents ready to test their luck in Mega Millions drawing

You are more likely to be struck by lightning than to win. → Read More

‘It’s ridiculous’: Winnfield woman cited for indecent exposure goes viral

A woman in Winnfield says she was wrongfully cited for indecent exposure at a festival in the town back in June. → Read More

Pineville Youth Center is set to close its doors in August

The Pineville Youth Center has spent over a decade as a safe space for kids to spend time after school and during the summer, but now it’s preparing to close. → Read More

City of Alexandria estimated utility bills pushed back

These estimated bills do not have any late fees or penalties. → Read More

Utility bill assistance available for Rapides Parish residents

As utility bill prices continue to rise, the Cenla Community Action Committee is urging residents to qualify for assistance. → Read More

‘We Won’t Go Back’: Cenla residents protest over Roe v. Wade reversal

Many protesters equipped with signs attended the "We Won’t Go Back" protest in Alexandria. → Read More

Rich Dupree sworn in as Mayor of Pineville

This is the first time Pineville will have a new mayor in over 20 years. → Read More

What caused the Cottonport fish kill?

A fish kill is a common, yet tragic occurrence in Louisiana. → Read More

Families gather at Ft. Polk as soldiers return home after 6-month deployment

The soldiers coming home belong to the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division. → Read More

Celebrating National Police Week with APD

May 16-20 is National Police Week, recognizing the hard-working men and women who serve and protect our communities. → Read More

Heart of Worship Church buys Pelican Seafood & Poboy building

KALB obtained a copy of a mass text from HOW to its members, confirming someone had purchased the restaurant’s building for the church. → Read More

One accused in Vernon Parish newspaper delivery man assault set for trial May 16

One of the two Vernon Parish men accused of assaulting a newspaper delivery man has had their trial continued. → Read More