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. Kpel was 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 the world’s greatest dogs, Marlie and Gracie. They are precious. I am passionate about family, friends, my community, news and politics.
Our Friend, Mike Grimsley Was Inducted into the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame
Congratulations to our friend, Mike Grimsley, on his induction into the Louisiana of Asociation of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame.
A Fight at a Local Restaurant near the UL Campus Has Police Investigating the Details
Lafayette Police say two people walked into a restaurant and began arguing with a worker.
Lafayette, La. Police Say No Charges in Pedestrian Injury Case on Camellia Boulevard
Lafayette Police have issued their report on a serious crash on Camellia Boulevard.
Lafayette, Louisiana Police Say a Pedestrian Was Injured on Camellia Blvd
One person was hurt after being hit near the intersection of Camellia Blvd and Starling Lane.
Carencro Woman Perished in a Crash on I-49 Northwest Frontage Road
A Carencro woman succumbed to injuries sustained in a crash.
Lafayette Fire Department Officials Believe House Fire Was Set Intentionally
Fire investigators in Lafayette suspect a fire at an abandoned home was set intentionally.
Acadiana Duck Derby Aims to Help Second Harvest Food Bank Crush Hunger
The 2nd Annual Duck Derby will be run in April to raise money for Second Harvest Food Bank.
1.3 Million Cars Are Being Recalled Due to Brake Issues
Some 1.3 million vehicles are facing a recall due to worries that the brakes will fail.
New Study Finds Reusable Water Bottles Contain More Bacteria Than Toilets
Germs are everywhere, but if you have been skipping cleaning your water bottle, you could be exposing yourself to illnesses.
Acadiana, Don’t Get Ripped Off When Buying Something on Social Media
Proceed with caution when buying goods on social media because the Better Business Bureau has been hearing plenty of complaints.
There is Another Dog Food Recall, Find Out Everything You Need to Know
There is another recall on dog food, and officials want dog owners to make sure they don't serve it to their pets.
Lafayette, Louisiana Motorcyclist Dies in a Crash on West Pinhook Road
A crash on West Pinhook Monday night claimed the life of a local man.
St. Landry Parish Man Found Guilty of Sexual Battery of a Child
A St. Landry Parish man was found guilty of two counts of sexual battery.
Scott Home Was a Total Loss after an Early Morning Fire
Firefighters were called out to put out a blaze at a home on Maywood Street.
Jackson Parish Woman and Child Die after Vehicle Crashes into School Bus
A woman and a passenger in her vehicle died after their vehicle hit the back of a bus in Jackson Parish.
Jane Fonda Bashes Exxon-Mobil at a Fundraiser in Baton Rouge They Were Sponsoring
Jane Fonda had plenty of critical things to say about a sponsor of an event she was paid to attend in Baton Rouge.
St. Landry Parish Woman Has Been Missing for Five Days
A St. Landry Parish woman has been missing for several days, and the police are asking for help in locating the woman.
It’s Time to “Spring Forward”, It’s the Return to Daylight Saving Time
This Sunday morning will see our clocks advance one hour.
Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office Makes a Drug Bust During Traffic Stop
Vermilion Sheriff's officials make another drug bust.
Two Arrested in Natchitoches for Allegedly Tying Up Their Children, Both Facing Serious Consequences
Allegations have led to two parents being arrested after they have been accused of tying their children to their beds.