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Kourtney Williams

Kourtney Williams is a reporter.

Title: Anchor
kwilliams@kadn.com

Kourtney Williams is a nightside reporter. Kourtney is a 2020 graduate of The University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a concentration in broadcasting and minor in English. She is also pursuing a Master of Science in Marketing and Communications from Loyola University.

Kourtney was born and raised in the beautiful city of New Orleans, Louisiana. She is a proud and active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. She interned with ESPN-U and UL-Lafayette Broadcast services during her time in undergrad.

Kourtney prides herself on being an advocate for the community and enjoys giving back. When she's not working, Kourtney enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

If you have a story idea, feel free to contact her at kwilliams@kadn.com!

Recent Posts by Kourtney Williams

St. Landry leaders address concerns about COVID-19 in parish

The St. Landry Parish Government along with the Louisiana Department of health. Local hospitals and local mayors held a press conference to discuss the current Covid-19 situations in the parish and to encourage citizens to get vaccinated.

New Variant of Covid-19

The Colombian variant, known as the b.1.621 variant, currently accounts for about 10% of the recent cases seen in covid-positive patients at Jackson health in Miami.

Former Olympians Jumping To New Heights

There are many athletes from Acadiana who have competed in the Olympics and I'm sure some of you are wondering where they are now.

Don't wait Vaccinate Incentive Program

Dr. Joseph Savoie, UL Lafayette president, announced the incentives program to reward students who have taken the COVID-19 vaccine – and inspire those who haven’t to do so – in a message to the campus community on Wednesday.

Back To School Concerns

Governor John Bel Edwards removed the statewide mask mandate for schools but several parents are still seeking clarity on Covid-19 policies.

Should we still wear masks?

As Covid-19 cases hospitalizations and deaths continue to surge in Louisiana some healthcare professionals say it's still not time to throw away your masks.

Mouton statue will be removed

The United Daughters of Confederacy and the city of lafayette reached a settlement on the removal of the general Alfred Mouton statue.

The expanded child tax credit payment is here

Child tax credit payments will start hitting accounts as early as today and most qualifying families will automatically receive the expanded payments.

FDA warns nitrite poppers are dangerous

What to know about this recreational drug

Are you vaccinated yet?

Vaccine hesitancy for Covid-19

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