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 radio, news, politics and obviously talking! 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, my dad Chuck and the world’s greatest dogs, Marlie and Gracie. They are precious.I am passionate about family, friends, my community, news and politics. If you ever have a news tip, you can call us at 233-6000. You can also send me an email at email@example.com or reach me on Facebook.
“Why Louisiana Stays Poor”
The video will be released at noon today.
Homeless Shelter Could Use Some Help
People on the street don't just face trouble from not being able to have a place to sleep.
Body Of Missing Man Found In Bayou
Investigators are hoping someone will come forward with more information about the case.
Fix The Charter Group Releases Video
Group leadership says they represent people from all sectors of the community.
Wastewater Truck Rolls On Jennings Woman, Killing Her
There have been 24 deaths due to fatal crashes this year in the Troop D area.
Lafayette Sheriff’s Office Makes Major Meth Bust
Three people were arrested at the scene.
Halloween Safety Tips From The Lafayette Police Department
The city of Lafayette enjoys trick-or-treating between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31.
UPDATE: Law Enforcement Surrounding Lake Charles Memorial Hospital
A hospital spokesperson told the tv station that they had not heard shots.
Make Your Voice Heard – Vote!
Early voting starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m. each day from October 23 through October 30, excluding Sunday.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Daily Arrest Report
There were 17 people booked into the jail in the last 24 hours.