The National Hurricane Center has classified Hurricane Laura as a 'Major Hurricane' with the potential for catastrophic storm surges, extreme winds, and flash flooding. The storm is currently a Category 3 hurricane with potential to reach a Category 4 before making landfall. Not only will this directly impact South Louisiana but could potentially cause damage in North Louisiana as well. The National Weather Storm predicts Laura could reach our area as a Category 1 hurricane and cause flash flooding, tornadoes and wind damage. Check back here for all updates on the storm.
Hurricane Laura Sounds Like a Horror Movie [Video]
Yes, seeing the storm is frightening but the sound of the wind passing through the doors sounds like "A Nightmare on Elm St", and a nightmare it certainly was and continues to be.
Why Laura's Devastating Storm Surge Missed Lake Charles
A track change of fewer than 20 miles made all the difference between Hurricane Laura being remembered as a wind event versus a water event.
Are You Prepared to not Have Power Until September?
Septemeber 2nd to be exact. That's the question many of us now have to find an answer for.
State's Homeland Security Plans Tested by Hurricane Laura
Casey Tingle from GOHSEP and Emergency Preparedness talks about the destruction across the state and the clean up plan in the wake of Hurricane Laura.
Lake Charles Casino Riverboat Pushed Into I-10 Bridge
The destruction from Laura is jaw dropping.
Daylight Reveals The Extent Of Hurricane Laura's Devastation
In the middle of the night, we saw photos and videos of Hurricane Laura ripping through Lake Charles.