I’m Brandon Michael, and I love radio. I have been pursuing this fevered dream for about 20 years now, and I still wake up every morning feeling blessed that I can do what I truly love. My personal mission is to change the world into the kind of place our kids can be proud of. I love Star Wars, possibly in an unnatural way. Empire Strikes Back was the first movie I ever saw in the theater and it changed my life! I am a huge video game junkie, and have been since the original Atari. I have been married to an incredibly beautiful and patient woman for more than 10 years. Tracy is the love of my life and obviously loves me enough to put up with my weirdness. I am the proud father to a smart and funny boy named Deacon and a beautiful baby girl named Isabelle.
Louisiana Eviction Moratorium Has Been Extended Through March
Beware, even though the moratorium forbids landlords from evicting a tenant due to non-payment - there are other legal ways you could be forced to move.
New, COVID-19 Blocking Nasal Spray Could Be Here by Summer
The treatment's makers recommend 4 sprays a day to keep the COVID away, but say that the solution is safe enough to use every 20 minutes
UL Students Receiving Signals From Cajun Satellite
This is not UL's first space-rodeo either.
The Oldest Home in North America Found in Texas
Experts believe that the Texas house may be the oldest on this side of the world.
Louisiana Woman Arrested For Sending Nude Photos Via Snail Mail
Allegedly, Pharis put together the packages and drove 130 miles from her home in order to mail them out from a Texas town just north of Houston.
Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Community Service
From sewing masks to delivering food - there is something each and every one of us can do to make this a better place to live
The Hottest Footwear of 2020 Was…Crocs?
If you are in to comfortable footwear, or just happened to own stock in Crocs - here's your silver lining!
Have You Been Talking to Yourself More During the Pandemic?
You're not going crazy (probably)
Unemployed in Louisiana Should See a $300/Week Increase
Roughly 161,400 out of work Louisiana residents will continue to receive $300 more per week on their unemployment checks.
More Kids Are Getting COVID From Social Gatherings Than School
The study showed that the strict policies in place to limit transmission in our schools are more effective than the lax attitudes at family celebrations like Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Gayle Benson Just Paid Off Hundreds of Louisiana Layaways
This incredibly philanthropic owner of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans just made hundreds of Christmas dreams come true across Louisiana.
FAO Schwarz Offering Overnight Christmas Experience Via Airbnb
Since we don't have a toy store on this level in this state, could we get a similar experience at an iconic Louisiana location? What about Bass Pro Shop?
This is the Most Popular Christmas Gift in Louisiana for 2020
You can get the most popular gift in the entire state of Louisiana under the tree with plenty of time to spare.
You’re Hanging Your Christmas Lights Wrong
Having a few drinks while we decorate isn't what we're doing wrong.
AAA Says Your Christmas Tree Could Become a Dangerous Projectile
It's a safe bet Shreveport will see some tannenbaum related fender-benders in the near future.
5 Things to Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving
From the over-arcing global pandemic, to the the massive economic crash - there's a lot to be non-thankful for. But, that's not what Thanksgiving is all about.
This Dog-Sized, Omnivorous Lizard is Invading Louisiana
Plants, animals, eggs, and even dirt in some extreme cases are on the menu just to keep these garbage disposals alive.
Louisiana Landlords File Lawsuit Over Eviction Moratorium
If this lawsuit succeeds, or when this moratorium ends on its own - I expect to see quite a few "for rent" signs up across Shreveport / Bossier City.
The CDC has Issued New Thanksgiving Guidelines
The latest on how to get your Thanksgiving on safely from the CDC was released today, and surprisingly, officials are not discouraging families from gathering.
Louisiana Utility Customers Will Pay a ‘Storm Restoration Charge’
Officials say that these charges may not appear on your bill for months or even a year from now, but they may be applied for up to 10 years.