It’s your Buddy Russ! I now present to you my life summed up in a website bio. Proudly born and raised in SWLA, I graduated from Barbe High School in 2001. Go Bucs! I did try college a few times - five times, to be exact. I just tell everyone I have a well-rounded education. I became a DJ in middle school in order to get into the school dances for free. Fast forward a few years, and you’ll realize my employment record has a much A.D.D. as my actual personality. I’ve worked at Putt Putt, as a mechanic, a tow truck driver assistant, a bartender, a waiter, an Entertainment Manager at a local casino resort, and even a tire salesman. Guess all that was missing was to be a radio DJ! My passion for radio started at ten years old, and I am living out my childhood dream each and every day. I am the VP of the Seven Slot Society of SWLA and love helping others in need around the community.
Petition To Allow Leashed Dogs at City Parks in Lake Charles
The petition is asking for the City Council to adjust its regulations on animals in city parks and bring them more in line with the Parish-run parks.
Hummer in Florida With Full Gas Cans Catches Fire
This is why you shouldn't transport gas cans inside your vehicle.
Florida Woman Tried to Gain Followers Posing as HS Student
Ah, the wonderful stories we find in Florida.
Louisiana House Votes to Loosen Rules on Alcohol Delivery
Booze delivered to your door in Louisiana? It could be coming.
Don’t Miss the Townsquare Drive-Thru Job Fair This Monday, May 17
This is your chance to visit several local businesses in one single trip with virtually no contact, and you don't even have to get dressed in your Sunday best.
Animal Planet’s Louisiana Law Debuted Last Night
If you are already a fan of Lonestar Law, you will really enjoy catching on to Louisiana Law.
Chinese Rocket To Crash Somewhere Near or in U.S. Saturday
The problem with this situation is that it ended up in space and floated around a bit before it began its descent back to Earth.
Power Outage in Vinton Caused by Alleged Wire Theft by Two Men
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office got a call about someone trying to steal the wire off of telephone poles in the area.
Louisiana Ice Storm Aid Deadline Less Than a Week Away
The aid is for homeowners, renters, and business owners who accumulated loss and damage to their property due to the winter storm.
Louisiana Bill To Remove Paddling in Public Schools Doesn’t Pass
In order to pass, the bill needed a total of 53 votes.