I have been in radio for over 20 years, all here in the Lafayette market. I started working in radio shortly after being hired for a news internship with KPEL radio in 1994, a station everybody in the family listened to when I was growing up in Lafayette.I love news, politics and obviously, I talk a lot! I knew news might be for me as a kid when someone asked me if I had a favorite television show, and I answered, “60 Minutes”.When I’m not cracking jokes, poking fun at myself, or giving the public their daily dose of news, I’m at home spending time with my husband Chief and the world’s greatest dogs, Marlie and Gracie. They are precious.I am passionate about news, politics, family and friends along with our great Acadiana area. If you ever have a news tip, you can call us at 233-6000, extension 248. You can also send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach me on Facebook.
Face To Face Bus Transportation Help To Be Available
Someone will be at the School Board office between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to speak with parents.
Cigarette Is The Cause Of Deadly Fire
The home had both heavy smoke and fire damage.
Website Glitch For Lafayette School System Bus Routes
There is a number to call to get the information you need. It will be manned until 5 p.m.
Lane Closures In Lafayette At Night This Week
The work, scheduled from 8 p.m. through 6 a.m. the following morning, will see the closure of Louisiana Avenue under the I-10 overpass.
Mermentau Police Chief Arrested
The man is facing three counts of malfeasance in office and theft charges.
Man Arrested For Shaking Baby
The incident involving the child happened on July 9.
One Lane Of US Highway 190 To Close This Thursday
The closure is scheduled to last only four hours.
Off-Duty New Orleans Officer Shot
The shooting was near the area of Jefferson and Camp Streets.
Scott Police Arrest A Man After He Gets His Neighbor’s Car Stuck In The Yard
Police arrested a Lafayette man for allegedly trying to break into multiple cars.
Iberia Parish Gets Naloxone To Combat Drug Overdoses
The prescriptions were made available through a deal that Attorney General Jeff Landry with drug company Pfizer.