I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but I have lived in the Ark-La-Tex for a long time. I am a graduate of Bossier Parish Community College with a degree in Broadcasting. After graduating from BPPC, I continued my education at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. I graduated from LSUS with a degree in Journalism. I have been a member of the Townsquare Media/Shreveport family for many years, and I have worn several hats in the office. You can hear me on KEEL radio each weekday morning. I am the producer for the Robert and Erin show. While I do a lot of work behind the scenes to make the show happen each day, I also get to join the conversation and provide my input on the topics we cover each day. On a personal level, my interests include music and learning about the history of our community. On our website, you will find that I enjoy writing articles about my interests as well as news that impacts the Ark-La-Tex. Make sure to listen to Robert & Erin each weekday morning and follow KEEL News on our social media platforms.
No More Mask Mandates in Texas; Governor Abbott Overhauls COVID Policy
Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order that prevents government bodies from mandating masks.
Body Found in Red River, Caddo Sherriff’s Office Investigating
Deputies recovered the body from the Red River near lock & dam #5.
Tornado Watch Issued For Much of North Louisiana
While Shreveport isn't in the high risk area, much of the surrounding area is.
Violent and Deadly Easter Weekend in Shreveport
2 people are dead and several others are wounded following an extremely violent Easter weekend in Shreveport.
Man Dies in Bossier City Police Custody
One man is dead after being detained by Bossier City Police for an alleged car theft.
Chancellor at LSU Health Shreveport Under Investigation
Dr. G.E. Ghali, the chancellor at LSU Health Shreveport, is under investigation over allegations of sex discrimination and misconduct.
Shreveport Ordered to Pay Additional $9.6 Million in Water Suit
The is the 2nd time in recent months the City has been ordered to pay back water and sewer customers.
COVID Hospitalizations Near Record Lows in Louisiana
Hospitalization numbers in Louisiana are the lowest they've been since the start of the pandemic.
Multiple Afternoon Shootings in Shreveport; Two Children Among Victims
A violent Wednesday afternoon has left multiple victims wounded, including two children.
SWEPCO Conducting Controlled Outages to Lessen Winter Burden
According to a statement from the power company, the outages should not last more than a couple hours.
Winter Storm Closes Roads in Shreveport-Bossier
Due to the threat of severe weather in Shreveport-Bossier, several road ways have been closed.
Louisiana Legislators Respond to Assault on the US Capitol
Mike Johnson, Steve Scalise, Bill Cassidy and others have issued statements on the events at the Capitol Building.