Robin Richardson, KPLC

Robin Richardson


Lake Charles, LA, United States

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Past articles by Robin:

Remembrance ceremony held in Fort Polk pays respect to 9/11 victims

A remembrance ceremony was held at the Fort Polk Firehouse this morning at 9 a.m. to pay respects to the 9/11 terrorist attacks that took place 18 years ago today. → Read More

Wendy’s will introduce breakfast across the United States in 2020

Next year, Wendy’s will start serving up breakfast at thousands of locations across the United States. → Read More

Turtle video from Sulphur goes viral

It ended up on the T.V. show “Right This Minute” and took the internet by storm -- a viral video of one Sulphur woman and her special bond with a turtle. → Read More

New upper level school set to be ready for fall 2020

Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School’s South Campus has a goal of being completed by May 2020 → Read More

Local food truck owner becomes U.S. citizen

Haili Li, Owner of Hi-Licious Food Truck in Lake Charles, became a U.S. citizen on August 23, 2019. For Li getting to vote in U.S. election is a life long dream. → Read More

Wildlife center speaks on impact of development in Lake Charles

Suzy Heck provides shelter for wildlife and says Lake Charles has seen a huge amount of development since she moved over 30 years ago. This development could be harmful to wildlife in our area. → Read More

Contraband Parkway opens the door to South Lake Charles expansion

A $10,000,000 four lane road project named Contraband Parkway opened in July of 2019. Construction began in April of 2017. → Read More

Report ranks Louisiana second in the nation for juvenile arrests

A report by Frontpoint Security names Louisiana as having the second highest juvenile arrest rate in the country. → Read More

Old Spanish Trail & Coach Williams Drive intersection closes Monday

Beginning Monday August 26th The Old Spanish Trail, Coach Williams Drive intersection will be closed due to construction. → Read More

Elderly most susceptible to being successfully scammed

It seems anyone with a phone has gotten dozens, if not hundreds, of scam calls. It’s the elderly that get hit the hardest. Linda Gardener is a scam victim and wants to make residents aware of dangerous schemes. → Read More

Blue-green algae poses threat for pet owners

Sulphur animal control warns pet owners to stay alert due to blue green algae being linked to dog deaths in the U.S. → Read More

Merryville man arrested for intentionally setting fire to wooded area

A Merryville man faces one count of simple arson after he intentionally set a wooded area on fire in Beauregard Parish, state authorities say. → Read More

210 West closed at Legion Street after 18-wheeler loses load

I-210 westbound is completely blocked at the Legion Street exit after an 18-wheeler lost its load. → Read More

Fort Polk man accused of firing into crowd at Vernon Parish club, striking three

Jones fired at least six shots into the crowd, striking one person in the calf of his leg and two other people in the ankles, Craft said. Numerous shoes were left in the parking lot, as well as other items left behind from the fleeing crowd. → Read More

Local farmers react to China’s refusal to buy U.S. crops

China is officially refusing to buy U.S. Agricultural products, costing American farmers one of their biggest customers. 7News spoke with local farmers about the impact. → Read More

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Popular spot in Sulphur hit with intricate burglary

It was 2 a.m. Monday morning when surveillance video caught 3 individuals outside Wayne & Layne’s deli. → Read More

Mentor program in need of male volunteers

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Louisiana is in need of male volunteers. → Read More

Ridesharing services effect local taxi businesses

Since rideshare services have grown in popularity, it’s left Able Taxi & Transportation has seen a decrease in sales. → Read More

Locals react to Mueller’s testimony

LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) - Nearly 100 days after the release of the report detailing whether or not President Trump was involved in Russia’s attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, Robert Mueller testifies before congress. We got local reaction following the testimony. Many around Calcasieu Parish, are on both sides of the debate. “Overall I just think it was a big witch hunt by… → Read More

Deputies at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office give young adults a reality check

Deputies at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office hosted their first “Reality Check” to help young adults learn valuable life lessons. → Read More