When I joined the radio industry nearly 20 years ago, I started out in sales. I quickly moved over to the broadcasting side and that's when I found my passion! When I'm not behind the mic, you'll find me listening to my son play guitar, bargain shopping with my daughter, or drinking wine with friends. My favorite food is pizza and my favorite ice-cream is Pistachio Almond. I love football - Who Dat and Geaux Cajuns! It's hard for me to pass up a fun party or a Girls Night Out! Raising my 3 children is by far my greatest achievement. The death of my eldest child has taught me the most valuable life lessons. Because my son was a hero by saving and enhancing lives through organ donation, I am an advocate for LOPA (Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency) and Donate Life.
The Mills St. Overpass in Scott is Closed Until Further Notice
According to the police, the Department of Transportation and Development must inspect it before it is reopened.
A Man Found a Box of Cash Near an ATM at a Michigan Credit Union
He noticed there was a tag that said "$40,000" with the cash.
The 16th Annual Gumbo Cook-Off in Crowley on Saturday, February 1st
If you want to experience some of the best gumbo ever, then you need to head over to Crowley.
Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas That Will Impress Her
Valentine’s Day gifts are all about showing the love.
We Are Setting New Records for Organ Donation in Louisiana
This means Louisiana is saving more lives than ever and personally, this warms my heart.
Chick-Fil-A Employees in Alabama Rescued a Mom and Her Two Sons
While a horrible storm has them shaken and scared, the Chick-fil-A employees provide them with shelter and food.
Major Renovations Are Happening at Deano’s Pizza South
Everything will be new including floors, walls, and even tables.
Father and Son Share Their Quality Time With The Homeless
John Hansen and his son, Chase, decided to do something meaningful with their quality time together instead of playing video games and watching movies.
The Krewe of Muses Says the Shoe Fits for Mardi Gras
The shoes they throw are like gold at the parade because each one is a one-of-a-kind piece of art.
Dining On The Diamond is This Saturday
To help local Acadiana high school students with scholarships to attend college.
How a King Cake Became Part of Mardi Gras Tradition
It all starts with the date January 6th, which is also known to Christians as the Epiphany or the “Twelfth Night”.
Schools Are Asking Parents to Wash Backpacks
Especially if someone had or has the flu or strep in your home.