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A modern-day 'Sandlot' comes to Lake Charles
KPLC-TV
A group of boys are taking their love for baseball off the field and into the backyard. And no, this isn't a scene out of the 1993 classic "The Sandlot." It's happening right here in Lake Charles. At the David household, there's something special going ...


WATCH LIVE ON 7NEWS SUNRISE: Memorial Day
KPLC-TV
Good Morning. John Bridges here with a look at what's coming up on 7News Sunrise. Southwest Louisiana observes Memorial Day today with several ceremonies scheduled in Lake Charles, Sulphur and Vinton. Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is ...



American Press
Back to the past: Time capsule from 1967 opened - American Press ...
American Press
Lake Charles Mayor Randy Roach and former Mayor Willie Mount, head of the city's 150th anniversary committee, together cracked open the lid of a 1967 time ...

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American Press
Attempted murder suspect sought - American Press - Home
American Press
A Lake Charles man is wanted on charges of armed robbery and attempted first-degree murder for his part in the Dec. 29 beating of a man in a local motel, ...

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Lake Charles opens time capsule buried 50 years ago
KPLC-TV
In 1967 a time capsule was buried in front of historic Lake Charles City Hall, and many had different ideas of what could be buried inside. "Old records possibly," said resident Pete Lund. "A high school yearbook," said resident Mel Paret. "One little ...







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