Anna Denton, KALB News Channel 5

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Past articles by Anna:

NASCAR driver Kyle Weatherman races in Blue Lives Matter car

Days after NASCAR’s only black driver Bubba Wallace made history with a Black Lives Matter car, another driver responded with a Blue Lives Matter paint scheme. → Read More

Cellphone outages hit multiple carriers, other online services showing issues

Large numbers of cellphone customers across the country reported service outages on Monday. → Read More

Mayor Hall addresses racial injustice, COVID-19 impact at State of the Community address

Alexandria Mayor Jeff Hall address racial injustice, COVID-19 at State of the Community address. → Read More

Dr. Dupont elected officer of Business Accreditation Regional Council

Dr. Randall Dupont, Dean of the LSUA College of Business was recently elected as an officer of the Southwestern Council of Business Schools and Programs → Read More

‘Gone Wild Safari’ opens back up with self-guided tours

'Gone Wild Safari' in Pineville is implementing some new changes to their safari experience due to COVID-19. → Read More

Nintendo reveals 300,000 accounts hacked

Nintendo has revealed that a total of 300,000 accounts have been hacked. → Read More

The latest confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cenla

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - Health officials in Louisiana are now reporting there are 47,172 cases of COVID-19 reported in the state. There have been 2,906 deaths reported. All of Louisiana’s 64 parishes have reported cases. Currently, 568 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized. Of those, 76 patients require ventilators. In Central Louisiana, as of June 15: Cases and Deaths Per ParishAllen: 226 cases /… → Read More

Peaceful protesters assemble in front of Avoyelles DA's Office Friday morning

Protests kicked off Friday morning in the city of Marksville in front of the district attorney's office. → Read More

Mobile COVID-19 testing sites manned by La. National Guard sent out across Cenla

Mobile COVID-19 testing units have been sent out to rural areas across Central Louisiana. These new mobile centers are manned by the Louisiana National Guard, and provide easier access to testing sites, allowing those who live in rural areas to avoid having to travel long distances. → Read More

AMOA, Food Bank of Cenla take different approach to this year's 'Camp Carter'

This year, the program looks a bit different due to COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Local 74-year-old woman survives cancer, coronavirus

A local 74-year-old woman, Patricia “Ann” Ducote, has quite the story to tell. → Read More

Local couple describes experiencing coronavirus together

One local couple tells about what it was like to suffer through the virus together. → Read More

Local art community looks forward to being together as a 'family' again after pandemic

Supporting local artists is always important, and Central Louisiana has no shortage of them. → Read More

United Way asks families across Louisiana to complete economic assessment survey to measure COVID-19 impact

The United Way is continuing its service to community members during COVID-19, but they need your help. → Read More

Hair salons prep to re-open

How does a business that requires close contact manage to adhere to coronavirus safety guidelines? → Read More

Construction for Pineville roundabout set to begin Monday

Construction for the highly anticipated Pineville roundabout will be underway in just less than a week. → Read More

Dangers of avoiding the emergency room during the pandemic

Many people are avoiding going to the emergency room during the pandemic in order to keep from overcrowding or spreading the virus. → Read More

'PPE 3D Printing for Cenla' project expands, fund raises to help care for healthcare workers

The 'PPE 3D Printing for Cenla' project is growing, and the group needs your help. → Read More

Local pastor, RPSO chaplain recovers from coronavirus, shares experience

Just two weeks ago, life changed for Rev. James S. Hardison, Sr. when he began experiencing coronavirus symptoms. → Read More

Local doctor explains what it means to 'flatten the curve' of COVID-19

A local doctor explains. → Read More