I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but I have lived in the Ark-La-Tex for a long time. I am a graduate of Bossier Parish Community College with a degree in Broadcasting. After graduating from BPPC, I continued my education at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. I graduated from LSUS with a degree in Journalism. I have been a member of the Townsquare Media/Shreveport family for many years, and I have worn several hats in the office. You can hear me on KEEL radio each weekday morning. I am the producer for the Robert and Erin show. While I do a lot of work behind the scenes to make the show happen each day, I also get to join the conversation and provide my input on the topics we cover each day. On a personal level, my interests include music and learning about the history of our community. On our website, you will find that I enjoy writing articles about my interests as well as news that impacts the Ark-La-Tex. Make sure to listen to Robert & Erin each weekday morning and follow KEEL News on our social media platforms.
Body of Missing South Carolina Girl Found
The body of Faye Marie Swetlik has been found. Police are investigating her death as a homicide.
Is LSU the Greatest College Football Team of All-Time?
The Tigers had one heck of a season...but was it the best ever?
Best Non-Traditional Christmas Movies
Sometimes you just need something other than 'Miracle on 34th Street'.
Get Your Baby Yoda Gear in Time for Christmas
The hottest Christmas gift, he will be.
WWE’s NXT is Coming to Shreveport’s Municipal Auditorium
Pro wrestling's hottest company is coming to town.
School on Lockdown Due to Standoff With Burglary Suspect
The incident is happening in the South Highland neighborhood.
How to Make the Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich at Home
Don't wait for a half hour on Airline, make it yourself!
Two Louisiana Natives Enter Pro Football Hall of Fame
Ed Reed and Kevin Mawae are now both enshrined in Canton.
Louisiana Native Ed Reed Prepares to Enter NFL Hall of Fame
Ahead of his trip to Canton, Reed returned home.
The Complicated Legacy of Sam Cooke
Shreveport's Mayor apologized for Cooke's treatment in 1963 but many believe he doesn't deserve it.