I'm a proud Ragin Cajun! I graduated from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette in Broadcast Communications. I worked at KLFY TV 10 in Lafayette for 11 years, but found my true love in radio. One of my proudest achievements is that I worked for the world-famous WSM AM, home of the Grand Ole Opry, in Nashville for 4 years.
LSU’s ‘Take a Shot to Win’ Offers Prizes for Students, Staff
At least one student and one employee will win each week, and the next grand prize drawing will be on Monday, July 26.
Don’t Ever Buy These Items Used
There are some items that you really just need to buy new
NOLA Officials: Mask Mandates, Capacity Limits Could Come Back
Ahead of rescheduled fall festivals, some measures might be reinstated if the Delta variant continues to spread
Deadline is Tonight for Second ‘Shot at a Million’ Drawing
Louisiana citizens have until 11:59 PM tonight (Friday, July 16) to register for the next drawing, which will be held on July 21
New Report: Louisiana is #1 for ‘At Risk’ Youth in USA
Not the list we want to be #1 on
Another Louisiana Krewe Cancels 2021 Parade and Ball
The krewe cites ongoing coronavirus concerns as the deciding factor for their decision
Holiday Express Train to Benefit Four Louisiana Cities in 2020
Because of coronavirus concerns this year, the train will not make any physical stops, but they will still be able to impact cities in need on the KCS railway network
Exxon to Lay Off 1,900 Employees
The news comes despite the fact that just a couple of years ago Exxon was named the most valuable company in the world.
Burger King is Testing ‘Reusable’ Packaging
Everybody is striving to be more environmentally conscious these days, and Burger King fast food restaurants are no exception
Saints Continue to Meet With Cantrell Over Fans at Home Games
Despite earlier talks with LSU, it looks like the Saints will be playing the Carolina Panthers this Sunday at the Superdome.
Super Bowl in NOLA Pushed Back Because of Mardi Gras Conflict
2025 will be the 11th time New Orleans was chosen as the host city for the Super Bowl.
CDC Tips To Clean Up Safely After a Disaster
The Centers for Disease Control have had a very busy year