Corey Howard, KALB News Channel 5

Corey Howard

KALB News Channel 5

Alexandria, LA, United States

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Past articles by Corey:

2021 5th Quarter Week 6 Highlights

We breakdown the sixth week of high school football for the 2021 season in Central Louisiana! → Read More

2021 5th Quarter Week 4 Highlights

We breakdown the fourth week of high school football for the 2021 season in Central Louisiana! → Read More

Jena’s game moved to Monroe

JENA, La. (KALB) - Jena will no longer play at home on Friday, September 15. Instead, the Giants will play in Monroe at the Bill Ruple Stadium. The move comes after a week of constant rain. However, kickoff will take place at 7 p.m. Click here to report a typo. All rights reserved. → Read More

Preview: Grant Cougars to take on Mamou

The Grant Cougars will play Mamou in a Class 3A match-up. → Read More

LC Lady Wildcats soccer team wins two in a row

LC wins back-to-back games. → Read More

Countdown to Kickoff: Northwood Gators

It is a new era for the Northwood Gators, and Tommy Moore is the man in charge. → Read More

Cenla MMA fighter going to the extreme to make it to UFC

Most fighters say they live in the gym, but for Jesse Roberts, a local MMA fighter, that’s his reality. → Read More

SOWELA hosts free vaccine clinic at CLTCC

SOWELA Technical Community College hosted a free vaccine clinic at Leesville’s CLTCC campus. → Read More

Vernon Parish authorities continue digging for clues in 30 year-old cold case

The Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office is literally digging for clues in a cold case that goes back more than 30 years. → Read More

Leesville 8-year-old ranked in nation’s top three, set to compete in Junior Olympics

The Leesville AAU Track Club had 19 runners qualify for the Junior Olympics, including three relays and several open events. Gabrielle Wright is one of the runners qualified at only 8-years-old. → Read More

Jalen Richard helps with Alexandria’s gun buyback event

Jalen Richard and the Alexandria Police Department teamed up together to tackle gun violence. The duo did it through a gun buyback program, which took place at the Broadway Fire Station near Peabody High School. → Read More

Local community using gospel music to help a cancer patient

Proceeds from a gospel music fundraiser will help a local cancer patient. → Read More

Warhorse Nation comes out to meet their new principal at Peabody High

The Warhorse Nation showed up in full effect to meet Peabody High School's new principal. → Read More

Volunteers help build a church in ONE day

Volunteers from across Louisiana came together to tackle a giant task and build a church in one day. → Read More

Fort Polk pays tribute to 96 fallen soldiers for their Memorial Day Ceremony

The ceremony took place at Warrior Memorial Park as soldiers and civilians fought back tears, remembering the men and women who lost their lives defending the United States. Total, 96 Fort Polk Soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice in the Middle East since 2003. → Read More

Keeping children on the right path and avoiding dangerous traps

Members of True Vine Baptist Church are working to keep children on a straight and narrow path. → Read More

Luke Johnson refuses to strikeout after having surgery one year ago

Luke Johnson is on his way to becoming a division one prospect, despite having surgery on his head one year ago. → Read More

Movie being shot in Downtown Leesville called Rebel Ridge

Rebel Ridge starring John Boyega will premier on Netflix. Rick Allen, the mayor of Leesville, spoke about the film industry’s impact on the city. → Read More

Uncle Albert’s could be coming to an end

After 36 years, Uncle Albert’s restaurant in Boyce could be closing soon. → Read More

The search continues for a missing man in Vernon Parish; nearly a year and six months later

Bradley Stracener went missing on Oct. 30, 2019, and for more than a year, no one has heard a word. → Read More