I was born in Boston and raised in San Jose. I lived in New Orleans for a year or two before settling in Lake Charles in 1982. I am happily married with two beautiful children and am a graduate of Lake Charles-Boston High School and Delta School of Business. I got my first gig at KXZZ. I was a member of the original and very first air-staff at KZWA before joining the staff here at KJMH 107 Jamz. I’ve been lucky enough to have had two syndicated shows in my career. I did this, all while maintaining a live show here in Lake Charles. In all, I’ve been a member of the 107 Jamz staff since we first went on the air on August 7, 2000. I am grateful to have had such longevity in a career I love.
Facts About the Three-fifths Compromise and What It Meant
The Three-fifths Compromise was adopted into the Constitution as a way for states to count slaves as part of the population for taxation and representation.
Louisiana Rep Says Schools Should Teach the “Good” About Slavery
Rep. Garofalo proposed a bill banning Louisiana schools from teaching history that might depict either Louisiana or the country as systemically racist or sexist.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at the Spring Art Walk This Weekend
Take Mom to the annual Lake Charles Spring Art Walk brought to us by the Arts & Humanities Council of SWLA.
Louisiana Senate Moves To Ban Hairstyle Discrimination
Newly elected Louisiana Senator, Troy Carter, proposed a bill to prohibit discrimination against hairstyles, which have long targeted people of color.
Don’t Miss the Kitten Shower at Hobo Hotel
Come out and adopt a new family member or drop off much needed donations. Help the Hobo Hotel For Cats help local felines in need.
May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
Together, we can conquer mental health issues. It's important to know you are not alone. Get help today and be the best you that you can be.
210 Bridge To Undergo More Repairs
More than $1 million in repairs are set to take place to I-210 bridge to fix the lighting system mangled by Hurricanes Laura and Delta.
Follow-up On Overturned Boat Off Louisiana Coast
Ronnie Adams from “Swamp People” posted a couple of videos on Facebook displaying the life jackets, hard hats, and other debris.
New Louisiana Bill To Raise Retirement Age for Teachers
Teachers in Louisiana may have to be a little older to retire and receive full benefits if a new bill is made into law.
More Than 30 U.S. Universities Make COVID Vaccination Mandatory
More and more higher learning institutions are making it mandatory for students to be vaccinated against the coronavirus shot.