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.
Tangipahoa Parish Man Accused of Rape Says “it’s All Lies”
John Barnes says he did not rape Crysta Abelseth.
I-10 Eastbound Lanes Open at Whiskey Bay Due to Crash, Person Who Fell in Water Picked Up by Fisherman
The situation continues to unfold.
Tragedy in an Area of Toledo Bend; Bodies Discovered After Drowning
The men's truck and trailer were found at a nearby boat launch.
Football Foods We Love
Who doesn't love a good beer or wine with football?
State House Petition Ends Public Health Emergency Declaration?
This story will likely develop through the day.
Evacuation Ordered Near Refinery Fire in Westlake
Traffic is being rerouted from I-10 to the 210 loop.
Louisiana’s U.S. Lawmakers Trying To Help Crawfish Farmers
Crawfish farmers are really hurting right now along with other farmers.
Video Conferencing May Not Be As Secure As You Think
You might not want to say private things in a video conference.
Amneal To Donate Medicine To Louisiana
Dr. Steve Nelson the Dean of LSUHSC School of Medicine, says this donation allows them to begin the clinical trials to try to figure out how hydroxychloroquine may help to free the lungs from the Coronavirus.
Cases Of Coronavirus Confirmed in Lafayette
The number of Covid-19 cases in Louisiana continues to rise.
Congressman Elijah Cummings Has Died
He died shortly before 2 o'clock this morning.
Tyson Recalling Chicken Nuggets
Anyone with questions can call the Tyson Consumer line at 1-800-233-6332.