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.
5 Inventions That Changed the World Since the Saints Won the Super Bowl
I first remember seeing fingerprint scanning in fast-food and retail outlets being used to allow employees to log on to the register system.
Shreveport Woman Arrested for Leaving Child Inside Hot Car
The Shreveport Police department reminds citizens that even on 'mild' days, temperatures inside vehicles can reach life-threatening levels very quickly
Louisiana Woman Calls Police… On Her Drug Customer
Police then discovered that the alleged victim had actually delivered the suspected narcotics to the apartment
What Are Louisiana’s Top Shopping Holidays?
The list shows Back to School as the third largest shopping season, followed by Mother's Day.
Louisiana TRO on Abortion to Temporarily Remain in Effect
Louisiana is one of three states that enacted trigger laws to go into effect immediately after Roe V. Wade was struck down by the US Supreme Court.
Louisiana Lawmakers Urged to Override the Governor
Our Governor is more concerned about the rights of criminals than he is about the rights and safety of Louisiana citizens.
Former Evangel Football Star Killed in Rolling Shootout
The Caddo Parish Coroner's Office has named the victim in the shooting as former Evangel football star Orlando Puryear, Jr. 24 of Shreveport
Do Your Kids Know Why We Celebrate the 4th of July?
So who's fault is it that these young people don't know the basics of American History? The parents? The education system? The kids?
Today Declared Ozone Action Day Across Louisiana
The DEQ encourages everyone, especially those with allergies and asthma to limit outdoor activities today
Louisiana Congressman Outraged at House Leaders
As to the man arrested with the intent on murdering a sitting US Supreme Court Justice... The left is directly responsible for this type of behavior. They have a long history of fomenting insurrection.
Did You Know Louisiana Played a Vital Part in D-Day?
One of the biggest components of the D-Day invasion got started right here in Louisiana.
5 Memorial Day Facts You Might Not Know
As we approach Memorial Day Weekend, and enjoy the freedoms that were paid for by the lives of those who stepped up when asked, I hope we all take a moment and remember just how and why we are able to fire up that grill, take the boat to the lake, or just drive to grandmother's to enjoy family.
States With The Most WWII Veterans Still Living
As of December 2021, according to the US Department of Veteran's Affairs, of the 16 million Americans that served in WWII, only about 240,000 are still alive today.
Mother Accused of Throwing Children Off Cross Lake Bridge Declared Competent
A Shreveport mother who was accused of throwing her children off of the Cross Lake Bridge has changed her plea. KTBS reports that Ureka Black, 33, was charged with 2nd degree murder, and attempted second degree murder.
Historical Crimes With Ties To Louisiana
Some of the most famous crimes in American history actually have surprising ties to Louisiana. According to the FBI website, there are six famous cases and criminals with ties to Louisiana
Woman Uses Toddler to Help Steal Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Food
this story is out of New Orleans, about a woman who is using a toddler and stealing over $300 dollars worth of meat from a local grocery store
Jimmie Davis Bridge: Fact vs Fiction
Take our poll on the Jimmie Davis plan