Born and raised in SWLA. I grew up in Moss Bluff and graduated from Sam Houston High and McNeese. I love the culture of our amazing area, from the food and music to the southern hospitality! As Jim Harbaugh says, “Who has it better than us? NOOOOBODY!” Music is my muse and radio is my passion. My love affair with radio began at the wee age of eight and, to this day, I don’t feel comfortable unless a mic is in front of me and the speakers are blasting. I started as an intern in 2001, and the rest is history! My wife Amanda grew up in Westlake, and both of our families have resided here their whole lives. We have two kids, Elijah and Khloe, who will grow up and share the same great experiences we did as children. I am very excited to share my radio journey with you.
The Jeff Davis Fair Opens Tomorrow In Jennings
This year the fair will hit a huge milestone, as 2021 will be the 100th event for the Jeff Davis Fair.
Mother Of Murdered Two-Year-Old Louisiana Toddler Arrested
Nevaeh Allen's mother has been arrested for having a connection in her death.
Help SW Louisiana Homeless Cats This Winter By Making Blankets
The Calcasieu Parish Library is teaming up with Hobo Hotel to help keep homeless cats across SWLA warm this winter.
Build Your Ghost Hunting Equipment Kit On A Budget
Halloween is right around the corner and in the spirit of the season, you may want to book a night at a haunted hotel or visit a location known for its paranormal activity.
Louisiana Ranks Top 5 In Country For Women Murdered By Men
The Violence Policy Center is reporting that Louisiana has ranked in the top 10 of women murdered by men consistently since 2009.
Early Afternoon Fire Claims Life Of Elderly Lake Arthur Woman
State Fire Marshal deputies are investigating a fire in Lake Arthur that claimed the life of an elderly woman early yesterday morning.
Body Of Louisiana Toddler Found In Mississippi; Stepfather Arrested
A toddler from Baton Rouge was found dead in Mississippi days after she was reported missing.
Thousands Of Louisiana Residents Still Without Power After Hurricane Ida
One month after Hurricane Ida's landfall thousands of SELA residents are still without power.
Poll Results: Subjects Kids Wished They Had In School
A survey asked young kids between the ages of 6 and 11 what they'd like to see added as school subjects, and you'll never guess the answers they gave.
Lake Charles Offering Mortgage, Rental, And Water Assistance To Residents
The City of Lake Charles has teamed up with Project Build A Future and the Catholic Charities to offer monetary assistance to Lake Charles residents.