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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.
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.
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Businesses in the hub city are getting ready for the big game this Saturday against Appalachian State.
The most dangerous apps are those that use your phone's location settings. this means a stranger can see where you go just from the palm of their hands.
President Joe Biden is set to announce the release of emergency oil reserves to combat high energy prices ahead of the busy holiday travel season.
Teche Center for Arts' "Treble on the Teche" aims to bridge that gap.
More than 22 million infants across the globe didn't get their first measles vaccine dose last year, according to The World Health Organization and the CDC.
Oil prices slumped after being hit by a surge in the dollar after President Joe Biden said his administration was looking for ways to reduce energy costs amid a broader surge in inflation.
Former Lafayette police Chief Thomas glover, who was abruptly fired in October, is appealing his termination with the fire and police civil service board.
Early voting numbers in lafayette parish have been exceptionally low ahead of Saturday's election.
Large amounts of cash have been poured into people's pockets aiming to limit the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy.
Almost every company had to change the way they ran their business during the pandemic.