Born and raised in Carencro/Lafayette, I've worked in the Lafayette market since 2007. My opportunity to work in radio came while I was a student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. I started my radio career as a part-time board operator, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Over my time here at Townsquare Media, I've hosted numerous sports and news talk shows and have done newscasts for various Townsquare radio stations. In addition to this, I broadcast high school football for the Acadiana High Wreckin' Rams. I live in Lafayette with my beautiful wife, Hannah. and my precious daughter, Adalynn. I love traveling with Hannah and enjoying our incredible area with her. I also love hanging out with my baby girl.
Not Enough Votes in Louisiana House to Overturn Gov. Edwards’ Transgender Bill Veto
A day after the Louisiana Senate narrowly voted to overturn Governor John Bel Edwards veto of legislation not allowing transgender athletes to participate in girls' school sports, the Louisiana House fell two votes shy of getting enough votes to complete the override of Edwards' veto.
Funeral Procession for Former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards (VIDEO)
Watch the funeral procession for Edwin Edwards, who died this week at the age of 93, as Louisiana says goodbye to its controversial yet beloved former leader.
Louisiana State Police Issue Alert for Endangered/Missing Child
17-year-old Shamia Little of Shreveport is missing and Louisiana State Police need your help finding her.
Edwards Signs Bill to End Jail Time for Small Amounts of Marijuana
The new law - set to take effect on Aug. 1 - makes possession of up to 14 grams of marijuana a misdemeanor crime carrying a fine up to $100 with no possibility of jail time, even for repeat offenses.
2 Survivors, 1 Widow File Lawsuits Over Seacor Power Tragedy
Bryan Mires and James Gracien - two of the six survivors of the Seacor Power boat tragedy - as well as deceased worker Dylan Daspit's widow, Hannah, filed lawsuits in federal court in New Orleans on Tuesday.
Cajuns’ Tyler Robertson Makes SportsCenter Top 10 Plays (VIDEO)
It was one of the very few bright spots for the Cajuns as they were swept by their heated rival.
U.S. Senator John Kennedy Sings “Born Free” in Support of Vaccines
In a message that could be delivered only by the outspoken and entertaining junior senator, Kennedy sings "Born Free" and encourages people to "be free, be cool" by getting the COVID vaccine.
Could Transgender Bills Cost New Orleans Host Status for 2022 Final Four?
New Orleans is currently scheduled to host the 2022 NCAA Final Four at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on April 2 and 4 of that year. But, the NCAA could change host sites because of legislation dealing with transgender athletes.
Monroe Senator Files Bill to Allow Constitutional Carry in Louisiana
Just like Danny McCormick has done in the state House, Jay Morris has filed a bill to get rid of the necessity for a concealed carry permit in Louisiana.
Cassidy Tries Again with Bill to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses
You know the saying, "If it first you don't succeed, try, try again." That's what U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy is doing in his attempts to prevent hazing on college campuses.
Clay Higgins Among GOP Officials to Travel to Southern Border
While delivering a personal message to President Joe Biden, U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins said the Cartels were hoping for a Biden victory in the presidential election and called on Biden to work with Republicans to restore operational control along the southwest border.
Edwards Expands Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccine
Governor John Bel Edwards made it official on Tuesday: anyone 16 to 64 with one or more health conditions defined by the CDC are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.