I'm Dennis Foley and I can be heard on 710 KEEL Morning News and half-hourly during Rush Limbaugh. I was born in Islip, New York, and grew up on Long Island, NY, and in New Hampshire. I am an award-winning journalist who worked previously at WRHU-FM (Hempstead, NY), New Hampshire Public Radio (Concord, NH), ABC News (New York, NY), and WRIV (Riverhead, NY). I'm a sports fan, love talking politics, and working to make my community better and stronger!
Despite McAllister’s 5th District Win, Experts Doubt Landrieu Upset
A political newcomer won the 5th Congressional seat. What could that mean for Mary Landrieu's senate seat?
Shreveport-Bossier Area Parents Protest Common Core
Some area parents kept their kids out of school today to protest Common Core.
Charred Body Found in Webster Parish
Bossier Sheriff's Office tells KEEL News a charred body has been found in Webster Parish.
Shreveport City Council Talks Dog Park Costs in Special Meeting
The Shreveport City Council had a special meeting this morning to discuss the proposed dog park.
Families, Schools and Organizations Sleep Out to Raise Homelessness Awareness
Hundreds of cardboard shelters occupied the Independence Stadium turf to raise awareness for homelessness in Shreveport-Bossier.
Cassidy Finds Obamacare Announcement Peculiar, Landrieu Still Pushing Bill
President Barack Obama announced he would delay the cancellation of health insurance policies for millions of Americans, but one Louisiana politician finds the timeline peculiar.
Higher Standards For TOPS Scholarship Might Come Soon
TOPS may be getting some changes as Louisiana looks to stabilize college funding and tuition costs.
Grambling State Appeals SWAC Fine
Grambling State University is not a fan of the fine handed down by the Southwestern Athletic Conference for forfeiting their game against Jackson State last month.
Vitter Still Wants More Done About Obamacare, NSA Discussions Continue
Despite President Barack Obama admitting the launch of the Obamacare website was fumbled and he will allow citizens to keep their insurance plans, Senator David Vitter says there are still deep issues with Obamacare.
Shreveport-Bossier Retailers Plan to Start Black Friday Shopping on Thanksgiving Day
If you plan to be first in line at any of our area major retailers for Black Friday, better expect to give up that delicious Thanksgiving dinner as many stores will open late Thanksgiving night and others will just never close...