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!
Vitter Still Not Satisfied With Lack of Walmart EBT Abuse Prosecution
Senator David Vitter is still not satisfied with the response to the EBT card 'feeding frenzy' at local Walmarts by state officials.
Seabaugh Supports Cassidy in 2014 Senate Race
Shreveport State Representative Alan Seabaugh decided not to run for Mary Landrieu's senate seat, instead putting his support behind Congressman Bill Cassidy.
Trick or Treat! Some of 2013’s Worst Halloween Costumes
Halloween is generally a holiday where good-spirited children dress up as their favorite superheroes or a spooky, scary creature.
Edwin Edwards May Run For Office Again
Former Governor Edwin Edwards may seek to run for political office once again.
DCFS Says Punishments Will Come To Walmart EBT Card Abusers
Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services Secretary Suzy Sonnier has responded to a letter Senator David Vitter wrote to her and Louisiana's Attorney General Buddy Caldwell. Sonnier says they are on it.
Many Police Department Having Trouble Pursuing Charges Against Walmart EBT Shoplifters
The Many Police Department is having difficulties putting together enough evidence to press charges against those who shoplifted the Many Walmart on October 12th during the EBT glitch.
Vitter Wants Walmart EBT Feeding Frenzy Beneficiaries Disqualified From Program
Senator David Vitter says Louisiana should act aggressively against those who were involved in the Walmart EBT feeding frenzy a few weeks ago.
Kennedy: Hospital Privatization Not To Save Money
It has been almost a month since the Biomedical Research Foundation officially took over operations of the LSU hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe, but State Treasurer John Kennedy says this privatization effort is not to save money on operating costs.
Next Shreveport Water And Sewer Bill Will Be More Expensive
After several public meetings and the Shreveport City Council's decision to raise water and sewer rates, the next round of water and sewer bills will be a good bit pricier.
Shreveport Sewer System To Undergo Smoke Test To Check Integrity
As Shreveport residents start getting some sticker shock from increased water and sewer bills, they may start seeing some smoke rise from the streets.