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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.
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According to the Louisiana department of health, this week marked the first day in Louisiana since July 8 that reported covid hospitalizations dipped.
Members of the community took to social media to voice their concerns about the conditions of the public restrooms at Girard park which they say are disgusting.
That fact was spotlighted when Former Secretary of State Colin Powell died from coronavirus complications at age 84.
Louisiana's economy has long relied on the production of oil and gas but do high prices result in more jobs.
The family of a lafayette man is pleading for their brother's murderer to turn themselves in.
It's a trend that popping up everywhere balloon releases which are local traditions at memorials, schools, weddings, and other events.
Boosters are recommended for younger and older people at risk for serious diseases such as diabetes.
The medication will be in pill form and will be given to patients at the first sign of potential infection.
Police departments here in Acadiana are seeing a surge in violent crimes including murder, robbery, assault, and rape.
Students at UL Lafayette have been flocking to the testing and vaccination center on campus after UL announced its "Don't Wait, Vaccinate program.