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.
Understanding What Losses FEMA May Cover
It's only been two weeks since Hurricane Delta came rumbling through southwest Louisiana and many of you are still looking for ways to make necessary repairs to your home and property.
Louisiana Supreme Court Rules ‘Sex Offender’ ID Unconstitutional
In Louisiana, people convicted of certain sex crimes are required to carry a state-issued ID card with the words "SEX OFFENDER" printed on it in orange capital letters. The state's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that this requirement is unconstitutional.
Largest Zipline Park in Louisiana Now Open
Magnolia Ridge Adventure Park, a new zipline park and obstacle course located in the community of Ethel (East Feliciana Parish), is now open.
President Trump Approves Louisiana Disaster Declaration for Hurricane Delta
President Donald Trump has declared a major disaster exists in the State of Louisiana, opening up for federal funding to be made available for portions of the state hit the hardest by Hurricane Delta.
Baton Rouge Police Officer Resigns After Accusations of Racist Online Posts
A Baton Rouge police officer has resigned after colleagues accused him of posting racist and sexist statements online.
Food Assistance Approved for Hurricane Ravaged Parishes
Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain announced yesterday that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved emergency food assistance for those impacted by Hurricane Delta.
Dollar General Opening New Stores Called Popshelf Aimed at ‘Higher-End’ Shoppers
The company is launching its first two stores called Popshelf in Nashville in the coming weeks, with plans to open another 30 by the end of the year.
Louisiana Resident’s Hurricane Prep is Quite Ingenious [Pics]
Preparing for a hurricane is never any fun. Getting ready for two hurricanes six weeks apart, even less enjoyable.
U-Haul Offering One Month Free Storage to Louisiana Residents Impacted by Hurricane Delta
U-Haul is offering 30 days of free storage to Louisiana residents that are impacted by Hurricane Delta.
City of New Iberia Issues Curfew Ahead of Hurricane Delta
The curfew is in effect beginning Thursday, October 8 from 10:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. and Friday, October 9 from 10:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m.
U.S. Senate Passes Bill to Control and Eradicate Nutria
The legislation is aimed at preventing invasive nutria from continuing to destroy America's coastal wetlands.
10 Louisiana Laws You Probably Broke Today and Didn’t Even Know It
We dug a little to find some of the funny ones on the books. According to WeirdFacts.com and StupidLaws.com, here are 10 good ole Louisiana laws that you may have broken today.