710 KEEL Afternoon News I was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1948. I got married in 1969, divorced in 1974, and I never re-married. I have no children. Before radio, I served four years in the US Air Force from 1970-1974. I became Afternoon News Anchor at KEEZ-FM in San Antonio, Texas in 1974, then filled the chair of Assistant news Director from 1974-75 at KXXO-AM and KMOD-FM in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From 1975 through 1977, I was news Director at KWBB-AM in Wichita, Kansas. I came to KWKH in Shreveport in June of 1977. I was News Director of KWKH for twenty-four years before transferring over to KEEL-AM as News Director in April, 2001. When I'm not covering or reporting news, I'm usually busy working on and autocrossing my 1965 Austin Mini with the SCCA (Sports Car Club of America). I'm also Senior Vice President of the Shreveport Journalism Foundation and a founding member of the Greater Shreveport Walk of Stars Committee.
Modular Building Company to Bring Jobs to South Shreveport
A company called Module X Solutions has announced plans to make a $7.4-million investment and create more than 350 new direct jobs at a 750-thousand square foot manufacturing facility on Benton-Kelly Road.
Space Still Available for Caddo Sheriff’s Youth Firearms Safety Camp
Openings are still available for youngsters wanting to attend this year's Caddo Sheriff's Youth Firearms Safety Education Camp.
Benton Elementary Students Practice for World Archery Championship
It may be summer vacation but that isn't stopping a group of Benton Elementary School students from honing their archery skills.
This Weekend is “Free Fishing Weekend”
Want to go fishing but you don't have a fishing license? No problem. This Saturday and Sunday are Louisiana's free fishing weekend
Agents Seize Drugs, Stolen Items, and Silver Bars From Shreveport Home
Agents with the DEA Task Force, the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit, and the Caddo Sheriff's Special Response Team have arrested a Shreveport man after executing a search warrant at his home.
Office of Motor Vehicles Now Accepting Multiple Forms of Payment
Something new at the OMV. Motor Vehicle Offices across the state have installed devices that allow citizens to pay their fees with debit cards, credit cards, and e-checks.
Centenary President Now Heads State Association
Centenary College President David Rowe is now the chairman of the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. He assumed the position June first and will serve a one-year term with the option for a second year.
Shreveport Awarded Grant to Expand Community Garden Program
Shreveport Public Assembly and Recreation, better known as SPAR, and the LSU Ag Center have been awarded a $663,000 grant by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Three Arrested for Bossier City Copper Thefts
Three Haughton residents have been arrested in connection with a string of copper thefts.
Autocrossing With John Lee
The possibility of rain may have kept some of our usual drivers away, but we still had 38 drivers turn out today for the fourth Red River Region, SCCA, autocross event of 2014.