Mike is a Shreveport native and Northwood High School graduate. He is is an award-winning, 40 year veteran in the local theatre community and on the radio.
Top Irish Pubs in Louisiana
My daughter and I plan to take a tour of Irish pubs in Ireland, but if you don't want to make that trip, there are actually a number of great Irish pubs that offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, traditional Irish food and drinks, and a sense of community that can be hard to find elsewhere.
LSU Announces New Collective for NIL Deals
Where college athletics used to be very strict about athletes not being paid, by sponsors, schools, or booster clubs, now athletes are signing huge, profitable deals with sponsors.
From Angola to America’s Got Talent- Archie Williams to Compete in AGT All Stars
Williams would watch AGT during his time in Angola, and dreamed about being a contestant
Louisiana DOC Holding Inmates Longer Than Their Sentence
The Department of Justice claims that for more than a decade the Louisiana Department of Corrections has been on notice for it's over-detention problem and has failed to correct it.
LSU Legend Joe Burrow Honored With Bengals King Cake
Busken describes the special edition king cake as a "Cinnamon King Cake, Orange and Black Sugar, Baby Joey, Beads, Football and Helmet."
What are the Top Paying Jobs at the New Louisiana Buc-ee’s?
But Buc-ee's, based out of Lake Jackson, TX is also well known for taking really good care of their employees. In addition to offering top pay in the industry, they also offer great benefits like insurance, 401k, and paid time off.
Amazing Raw Footage of Keithville Storm Search & Rescue
Caddo Parish Sheriff's Department deputies, along with State Police, Fire District 4 personnel, Desoto Parish Sheriff's Deputies, Caddo Public Works officials, and many volunteers immediately began search and recovery efforts, even as rain was still falling in the area.
Shreveport Mayor Elect Tom Arceneaux: Saints or Cowboys?
Toward the end of the race, issues were brought up about both men's past that were not flattering. Both candidates spoke to KEEL News about those issues, where KEEL News asked the hard questions.
Shreveport Mayoral Candidate Vows to Shut Down New Business
Hustler Hollywood announced back in October they were planning to open their 47th location in Shreveport, and protests began soon after.
Louisiana Senator Cassidy Says He Will Vote Against Marriage Act
12 Republicans are expected to support the bill, but Cassidy said he will vote against the bill.
You Can Now Add Your Concealed Carry Permit to Your LA Wallet
They are also working on expanding the app even further, allowing you the ability to be able to show vehicle registration and insurance information.
Louisiana Musician & LSU Band Collaboration Earns a Grammy Nomination
Sean Ardoin, a Lake Charles musician and former member of the LSU Marching Band recently received a Grammy nomination for Best Regional Roots Music Album for his album Full Circle.
Louisianians Lost $43 Million Dollars in Online Scams Last Year
It's really not hard to make sure you don't become a victim of an online scam. Rule number 1 is: Trust No One.
Louisiana AG Jeff Landry Warns Credit Card Companies and Banks About Tracking Firearm Purchases
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has joined with 19 other Attorneys General and are alerting chief executive officers of the three major credit card companies that the creation of the Merchant Category Code processing firearms purchases is potentially a violation of consumer protection and antitrust laws.
Senator Kennedy: Want to Stop Crime? Stop Defunding the Police
Senator Kennedy outlined 4 steps we need to take to drastically reduce crime and its' effects on Louisianans.
Woman Accused of Tossing Kids Off Cross Lake Bridge Due in Court
Black, who has prior arrest records for prostitution, human trafficking, arson, simple assault, drugs and domestic battery dating back to 1988, has been jailed without bond since she was arrested.
Louisianians Get Half Price at WWII Museum
The focus eventually shifted from not just D-Day, but the entire US involvement in WWII.
Chimp Haven Opens New Pavillion
Chimp Haven announced this week the opening of a new pavillion featuring play corrals, forested habitats, and facilties to provide sanctuary to over 300 former research chimps.
Louisiana Boardwalk Sold to New Ownership Group
There are changes and improvements already in the works, including improvements to the fountain, and expansion of the hotel, Courtyard by Marriot located on property.
Perkins’ Disqualification Ruling Upheld by Judge Panel
The panel, consisting of Chief Judge Milton Moore III of Monroe, Judge Shonda Stone from Shreveport and Judge Jeff Thompson of Benton have upheld the disqualification ruling of Caddo District Judge Brady O' Callaghan.