I've had the great fortune of working in Acadiana my entire radio career. And that's a good thing since I speak the language! I'm married to the lovely Ms. Alli and together we have an amazingly cool son named Hayden and an amazingly bad dog named Kyreaux. In my spare time I enjoy playing the spoons, eating things that were "swimming in the waters this morning", guffawing and calf-roping with George Strait.
Oreo Introducing Limited Edition Gingerbread-Flavored Cookie For Holiday Season
This new spicy cookie is the first-ever gingerbread offering from Oreo.
Louisiana Business Grant Program Still Has Over $200 Million Remaining
If you have a small business and haven't looked to our state government for help during the pandemic, you may want to reconsider.
Hotels.com Becomes First Online Travel Site to Provide Future Space Bookings
If there was any time in our lives when we might be interested in getting away from it all, this is likely it.
LSU Announces Student Ticket Plan for 2020 Home Games
LSU has announced details for its plan to disperse student football tickets for this season.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Searching for Missing Teen
David "Jamal" Isadore, 13, is missing from Lafayette.
Three New Parishes Can Apply for Disaster Assistance from Hurricane Laura
Three new parishes can now apply for federal disaster assistance for uninsured and underinsured damage and losses resulting from Hurricane Laura. Those parishes are Caddo, La Salle and St. Landry.
Will Smith Turning ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ Mansion into Airbnb for 5 Nights Only
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is about to open up his castle for a few lucky fans to enjoy.
Ragin’ Cajuns Logo Makes Triumphant Return to Sonic Ragin’ Cajun Cheeseburger
That poppin', edible Ragin' Cajuns logo that sits on top of the bun is making its return when the burger returns to area Sonics this week.
Report: Alvin Kamara to Sign 5-Year, $75M Contract Extension With Saints
New Orleans Saints star running back Alvin Kamara appears to be getting paid.
FEMA Has Put $84 Million in Hands of Louisiana Residents After Hurricane Laura
While the rebuilding process always seems to be a frustrating one after major storms, the heaviest hit parts of Louisiana are slowly getting back on its feet post-Hurricane Laura.