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.
New Orleans Residents Holding ‘Trash Parade’ on Saturday to Protest Lack of Garbage Pickup
It has been nearly three weeks since Hurricane Ida battered the southeastern portion of Louisiana. And while power has been restored to much of the region, in New Orleans, residents are still waiting for trash pickups to resume.
LSU Baseball Announces 2022 Schedule
The 56 game schedule kicks off on Friday, February 18 when the Tigers host Maine in a three-game series at Alex Box Stadium.
UL Ranked Among Nation’s ‘Best Colleges’ By U.S. News & World Report
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has received some pretty high marks in U.S. News & World Report's 2022 edition of "Best Colleges."
Louisiana Man Arrested for Harassing Power Line Worker With Handgun
A Loranger man was arrested last week by the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office for allegedly harassing a power line worker with a handgun.
12 Preverification Sites Will Be Set Up on Saturday to Speed Entry into Tiger Stadium
Preverification will be offered at 12 sites across campus from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday ahead of the 7:00 pm kickoff against McNeese.
Entergy Says They Hope to Have Power Restored to All Customers By Sept. 8
Entergy Louisiana announced on Friday, September 3 their estimated time to restore power to all of its customers affected by Hurricane Ida.
John Schneider Posts Picture of General Lee Smashed from Hurricane Ida
The "Dukes of Hazzard" star took to his Facebook page to show a picture of some of the damage caused by the storm.
Louisiana Residents Affected By Hurricane Ida Can Apply for FEMA Assistance
Louisiana homeowners and renters that were affected by Hurricane Ida and live in parishes designated for Individual Assistance could be eligible for help from FEMA.
MSNBC Reporter Attacked While Doing Live Report in Mississippi [Video]
Disasters can bring out the best in people. It can also bring out the crazies.
First Death Reported From Hurricane Ida as Tree Falls on Home in Prairieville
Deputies with the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office responded to a home off of Highway 621 in Prairieville last night around 8:30 pm.
Chalmette Ferry Breaks Free From Mooring, Heading Down Mississippi River [Video]
The Chalmette Ferry has broken free from its mooring and is floating down the Mississippi River, according to St. Bernard Parish President Guy McGinnis.
Nearly 40 Percent of Louisiana Residents Fully Vaccinated for Covid
The vaccination rate for residents of Louisiana is slowly creeping up.