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. I host "OFFSIDES" with Shannon Wilkerson from 4-6 PM on Mondays - Fridays. We enjoy talking social issues, politics, sports, and other news that matters with our listeners. 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.
Governor Edwards Extends Stay-At-Home Order, with Modifications (WATCH)
The Stay-At-Home Order is being extended until May 15. But, there are three important major changes.
LCG Emergency Declaration Shuts Down Non-medical Personal Services in Lafayette
Examples of such services include manicures and pedicures, haircutting and styling, spa services, massages, application of cosmetics, tattoos and body piercings.
Coronavirus Latest: 257 Cases, 7 Deaths Reported
Governor John Bel Edwards' 12:30 press conference revealed another death has been added to the count as coronavirus has taken 7 lives.
State Police: Governor’s Proclamations & Declarations Have Power of Law
In their frustration with Gov. Edwards' Proclamation, many people are wondering how effective is his order setting restrictions on gatherings of 50 or more people and businesses.
Dental Offices Across Louisiana to Quit Non-essential, Routine Work for 30 Days
The Louisiana Department of Health is ordering all routine, non-essential dental procedures cease beginning Wednesday, March 18, until AT LEAST April 16.
First Presumptive Coronavirus Case Reported in Louisiana
In Governor John Bel Edwards Opening Legislative Session remarks to the House and Senate today, he confirmed Louisiana's first presumptive positive case of COVID-19, the coronavirus.