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 worker with ESPN 1420 AM, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Over my time here at Townsquare Media, I've hosted numerous sports and newstalk 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. I love traveling with her and enjoying our incredible area with her.
U.S. Senate Confirms Wendy Vitter For Judgeship
Wendy Vitter has been confirmed to be a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana by a 52-45 U.S. Senate vote.
Mike Pence Coming To St. Landry Parish Friday
Air Force Two is scheduled to arrive in Lafayette shortly after noon.
Bus Hits Flooded Waters; Students Escape Out Back Door
It was a scary moment for students in Vermilion Parish who were leaving school early because of the stormy weather.
U.S. Sen. Kennedy Cites “Hollywood Privilege” In Dismissal Of Charges Against Smollett
The Louisiana Senator is calling for the U.S. attorney to review the case for violations of federal crimes.
How Did Louisiana’s Senators Vote On Trump’s Emergency Declaration?
President Donald Trump's emergency declaration for the southern border was rejected by the Republican-led U.S. Senate in a 59-41 vote.
3 Nominees From Louisiana Confirmed By U.S. Senate Committee
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has approved three of President Trump's nominees - all of them being from Louisiana.
President Trump Announces Government Is Temporarily Reopened
At the Rose Garden in Washington, D.C., President Donald Trump has announced a short-term deal lasting until February 15 that will temporarily reopen the government.
Chef Lionel Robin Dies In Plane Crash
Chef Lionel Robin died Monday after a plane crash claimed his life while on a hunting trip.
Disaster aid issue still not resolved
Thousands of 2016 Louisiana flood victims continue to wait for President Donald Trump to sign a waiver so they can be eligible for disaster aid.
Lafayette High Marching Band Escorts Santa In Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade had a Cajun flair added to it this year as the Lafayette High Mighty Lion Marching Band escorted Santa Clause during the festivities today.
Secretary Of State Tom Schedler Not Resigning
In a press conference on Wednesday, Secretary of State Tom Schedler announced he will finish out his current term and will not run for re-election in 2019.
Teenager Indicted On Attempted Second Degree Murder Charges
16-year-old Joseph Robbins of Acadia Parish will be tried as an adult on Attempted Second Degree Murder charges after allegedly trying to shoot another juvenile on February 6th.