Carmen Poe

Carmen Poe

Reporter

Baton Rouge, La.

Carmen Farrish is a general assignments reporter for WAFB 9News.

Contact Carmen via email at cfarrish@wafb.com.


Recent Articles by Carmen

  Colleagues remember Lorri Burgess as ‘progressive’ and ‘one of the greatest public servants’

  Celebs, former LSU players react to historic football season, championship win

LSU fans gear up for National Championship game

  BRPD officials foresee opening of Real Time Crime Center in next few months despite delays

  Mayor Broome delivers State of the City address

  Mardi Gras stores ready for shoppers after making early preps

  Registered nurse turned medical tattoo artist gives back to breast cancer survivors

  A look ahead at projects planned to end traffic jams in Baton Rouge, surrounding parishes

  NTSB: Plane was still intact before it crashed in Lafayette

  East Baton Rouge EMS hoping to buy emotional support dog to help paramedics after tough calls

  Baton Rouge residents ready for premiere of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'

  Mother inspired to become an investigator as her daughter’s murder remains unsolved

  How to apply to be a 2020 census taker

  Jury finds accused serial killer Ryan Sharpe guilty of first degree murder

  Holiday organizing and gift buying made simple

Attorneys for man killed by WBR deputy ask to present evidence to AG’s Office, want full investigation released

  LSP to crack down on speeding ahead of the holidays

  BRPD considering alternative to Taser

  GIVING TUESDAY: Find out how to donate to your favorite charities

  Former employee claims VooDoo BBQ management fell behind on mortgage, forcing closure weeks before Christmas

  Salvation Army serves 3,000 Thanksgiving meals in Baton Rouge, Gonzales

  Deep scrub underway at area schools due to flu

  HIV, AIDS diagnosis rates in Baton Rouge ‘significantly lower,’ CDC reports

Thanksgiving meal giveaway, business owners hope to create tradition of giving back

  Experts warn parents in Ascension Parish about the dangers of teens vaping

  BASF encourages high school girls to pursue STEM careers

  New program launched to train law enforcement to better handle cases of domestic violence

  Family of missing man living in a nightmare: ‘Just try to help us out. We can’t do it on our own.’

  Home Depot employees volunteer to rebuild home of Baton Rouge veteran damaged in 2016 flood

  Metro council discusses disparity study hoping to promote inclusivity