KRVS Local

KRVS Local
8:09 pm
Fri October 28, 2011

Caregivers in Lafayette are offering new ways to help learning disabled students.

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October 25, 2011 – Learning disabilities are but one of the many obstacles that students face in academics.
T'Erica French reports on two learning specialists who diagnose and solve such problems.

KRVS Local
3:43 pm
Thu October 6, 2011

U-L Lafayette spices up its music curriculum with Cajun & Creole lessons"

October 3, 2011 – U-L Lafayette is introducing the culture of south Louisiana to its music majors with new Cajun and Creole classes. Jon Brouillette reports local musicians help with the instruction.

KRVS Local
11:55 am
Thu July 28, 2011

Trying to Keep Sane, One Goat at a Time

Photo of J.J. Creppel by Barry Yeoman. Click to enlarge.

July 28, 2011 – Trying to Keep Sane, One Goat at a Time

A year after the sealing of the BP oil well, Louisianans are still dealing with the emotional toll of the spill. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman. Narrated by Richard Ziglar.

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KRVS Local
2:42 pm
Mon July 11, 2011

In Desperation, Seafood Workers Sign Away Their Rights

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July 7, 2011 – In Desperation, Seafood Workers Sign Away Their Rights

For many of Louisiana's oyster shuckers, shrimp peelers, and deckhands, survival after the BP oil spill meant accepting one-time payments of $5,000 check and signing away the rest of their rights. Meet Tam Nguyen, who shucked oysters for 30 years before the disaster. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman. Narrated by Richard Ziglar. Voiceover by Ming Tran. Translation by Julie Pham.

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KRVS Local
9:58 am
Mon June 20, 2011

At the Edge of the Gulf, Dulac Re-learns Resilience

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June 17, 2011 – At the Edge of the Gulf, Dulac Re-learns Resilience

The Houma Indians and Cajuns who live in in this Terrebonne Parish fishing village have watched its population drop by more than 50 percent since 1990. Now they're calling upon their traditional survival skills to help them weather some 21st-century disasters. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman. Narrated by Barry Yeoman.

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