I received my first record player when I was 2-years-old and knew right then that music would be a big part of my life. My mom would turn on the radio every morning before she'd put on the coffee. Today, with all my blessings including 2 wonderful children and a successful morning show, I still wake up each morning to hear the music. Radio is the only job I ever wanted, never has anything else ever crossed my mind. In February of 2016 my daughter was diagnosed with leukemia. She is now in remission but the battle continues. Her strength and attitude motivate me everyday of my life. She is our family's hero.
Chilling Images of Fire that Ripped Through Lafitte, Louisiana
Chilling images show houses burn out of control as firefighters have a very difficult time getting to them.
St. Tammany Parish Deputies Fold American Flag Found on Fence in Old Mandeville After Ida
St. Tammany Parish deputies fold an American flag damaged by Hurricane Ida after finding it on a fence in Old Mandeville.
Ida Live Cams from New Orleans, Grand Isle, Biloxi and More
Ida live weather cams.
Vintage Video Of The Atchafalaya Basin Bridge Being Built Is Unbelievable [VIDEO]
After hearing about Peter Fonda's death, I remembered someone telling me a long time ago that part of that movie was filmed on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. So I hit the internet to find the scene from the movie. What I found is much bigger and better than any scene from any movie. I found real-life video footage of the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge being built. After watching this, you will never drive over the Basin the same way again.
New Orleans Mayor Cantrell Orders Proof of Vaccination to Enter Restaurants, Bars, Gyms and Indoor Sports
As expected, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell has followed the actions of several other metropolitan areas in the U.S. by requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (within 72 hours) to enter any indoor activity in the New Orleans metro with large crowds.
Jazz Fest Daily Artist Lineup Announced
A southern favorite, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival returns after being canceled in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Funeral Arrangements Announced for Former Governor Edwin Edwards
After a long illustrious relationship with the state of Louisiana and her people, the world will say goodbye to a governor who had an ego the size of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and a very colorful personality to boot.
North Carolina Lineman Travels to Louisiana One Day After Cancer-Free
Tyler Manick headed to Lake Charles, Louisiana to help Entergy restore power after Hurricane Laura less than one day after being told he was cancer-free.
Delta Photos from Around Acadiana in a Way You’ve Never Seen Them
These are pictures from around Acadiana taken the morning after Delta, with unique captions that will hopefully put a smile on your face after a tense night.
Hurricane Delta Now a Category 3 Storm
Hurricane Delta has strengthened a little more while moving over the south-central Gulf of Mexico and has become a Catagory 3 hurricane.
Latest Arrival Time & Details of Hurricane Delta as of 10 PM CDT
As of 10 p. m. CDT Wednesday, October 7, 2020, Hurricane Delta is strengthening while moving over the south-central Gulf of Mexico.
Aerial Photograph of Lake Charles Shows a Sea of Blue Roof Tarps
An aerial photograph taken Tuesday, October 6, 2020, by Erik Stratton from Moss Bluff, Louisiana shows a sea of blue roof tarps as far as the eye can see.