Somehow, when I was a sophomore in high school, I stumbled into the greatest job of all time. I've enjoyed every second in this radio world ever since, and could never imagine doing anything else. I was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana and could eat Crawfish for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if I could afford it. When I'm not on the air, you can find me at home with my beautiful daughters, River and Rosie. If you need to know anything else, just find me on social media and ask. Thank you for listening!
LSU Health Physician Speaks About Pfizer Vaccine
I think it's best to turn to the experts on subjects we're not fully knowledgable of... I wish folks on my Facebook feed thought the same way.
Edwards Asks Louisianians to Avoid Large Groups for Thanksgiving
As our state sees a (predicted) uptick in COVID-19 cases, our governor is laying down his recommendations ahead of Thanksgiving.
Sports Betting is Coming to Louisiana but not Until Late 2021
Last week's election gave Louisiana a big win. The legalization of sports betting in our state was long, long overdue.
Watch as Monroe Bar Gets Shutdown by ATC [VIDEO]
As the Governor's war against Louisiana bars and nightclubs continues, we get a rare look on the front-lines as the ATC shutdowns Junkyard in Monroe.
John Bel Edwards Urges to Celebrate Small on Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day weekend is finally upon us, yet it feels like no other Labor Day before.
Louisiana Attorney General Urges LHSAA to Kick Off Football Season
Attorney General Jeff Landry wrote a letter to the LHSAA this week. His message, in short, was to, "turn on the Friday night lights."
Mayor of Lake Charles Asks for Nationwide Donations
The city of Lake Charles received the brunt of the impact of Hurricane Laura. Now, the South Louisiana city needs our help.
Southland Conference Will Attempt Football in the Spring
Southland Conference has joined the list of college football conferences to cancel the 2020 football season... For now.
LHSAA Hopeful for a Shorter Football Season
Would you rather have a little less high school football or no high school football at all?
Louisiana Lt. Gov Optimistic about Football and Mardi Gras
Lets face it, there are three things we love in Louisiana. God, football, and Mardi Gras.