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!
Louisiana Recognized as a Top Filming Location
Louisiana film officials say the Pelican State is being recognized as a worldwide top production destination.
Louisiana Tech Ranks High For Return on Investment
Only one Louisiana university made the BestColleges.com top 50 colleges for return on investment.
Brando: Career Projection Differences Reason For Leaving CBS
A day after announcing he was leaving CBS Sports, Tim Brando talked to Tim Fletcher about why he and the network were parting ways.
Duck Dynasty Season 5 Premieres Tonight
The wacky Robertson family is back on the small screen for the fifth season of their hit reality show Duck Dynasty.
Pres. Obama Not Afraid to Use ‘Pen’ and ‘Phone’ to Advance Agenda
Tired of a lack of Congressional progress, President Barack Obama this morning said he has no problem using executive actions to get what needs to get passed into action.
Tim Brando Announces He’s Leaving CBS Sports
Shreveport native Tim Brando has announced he is leaving CBS Sports after an 18-year relationship with the network.
Huntington High School Closed Due to Water Main Break
Huntington 7th-12th High School is closed today because of a water main break at the school.
Louisiana Looks Into Legalizing Marijuana
Louisiana's House Criminal Justice Committee will hold a meeting later this month to look into the feasibility and effectiveness of legalizing marijuana possession and use.
Louisiana Teacher Arrested for DWI After Leaving Work Drunk
Go home, you're drunk! Well, that's what Ascension Christian High School told one of its teachers yesterday.
Kennedy: I Don’t Know How La. Universities Keep the Lights On
State Treasurer John Kennedy has a plan to better fund higher education without raising taxes or tuition rates. An extra $528 million boost to be exact.