I've had the great honor 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 amazing son named Hayden along with a couple of canaille pooches -- Kyreaux and Lulu. I'm a huge sports fan and love supporting all of our great home teams.
The New Pandemic Shortage for 2022 — Canned Biscuits
But why are we running short of great brands like Pillsbury and their wonderful selection of canned biscuits, cinnamon rolls, crescent rolls and the like?
We Know About King Cake, But Have You Heard of Queen Cake?
I was today years old when I learned that there is such a thing as queen cake.
Stunning Surveillance Video Shows Several Men Open Fire During Rush Hour in New Orleans
A crazy and stunning video was captured on surveillance camera Monday afternoon in New Orleans that shows a bold crime in broad daylight.
New Orleans to Hold Second Line Parade for Betty White on Jan. 17
The parade will start at the corner of Bourbon Street and Canal Street.
Early Morning Dumpster Diving Lands Louisiana Woman in Jail on Multiple Drug Charges
This past Friday, December 10, around 3:30 am, deputies with the Lincoln Parish Sheriff's Office arrested 47-year-old Leah Fancher on multiple drug charges along with one count of scavenging.
Louisiana Woman Shows Up at Sheriff’s Office, Won’t Leave Until She’s Arrested
This has got to be one of the more bizarre stories you'll read all week.
Woman Accused of Dismembering Husband’s Body and Collecting His Retirement Benefits for Last Six Years
A Las Vegas woman has been accused of defrauding Social Security for years after she allegedly dismembered her dead husband's body and threw his remains in the trash, according to a federal criminal complaint.
Report: Orgeron’s ‘Girlfriends’ Would Show Up at Practice and ‘Interfere’, Even Participate in Drills Along With Their Kids
WBRZ sports anchor Matt Trent reported yesterday that Orgeron had "girlfriends" that would show up to practice. Sometimes, the kids of those girlfriends would interfere with practice and actually take part in team drills.
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.
Former Louisiana Postal Worker Pleads Guilty to Stealing Mail
Lacey Stewart, 35, of Baton Rouge, pled guilty on Thursday to one count of mail theft.
643-Acre Ranch for Sale in Texas Features Western Town, Lazy River & More
If you have got a big family and need some room to stretch your arms, maybe you can take a look at the sprawling Vista Verde Ranch for sale in Medina County, Texas (just west of San Antonio).
New Orleans Attempting to Decriminalize Marijuana
The decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana is one step closer to becoming a reality in New Orleans.