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.
Cross Lake Floatilla Attracts Hundreds
The possibility of rain may have kept some people away but it didn't stop hundreds of other party-goers from turning out for the 23rd Annual Cross Lake Floatilla.
Caddo Magnet High Names New Principal
Caddo Magnet High School has a new principal -- only the third in its history.
Red River Boat Launches Re-Open
Good news for boaters -- the public boat ramps on the Red River in Caddo and Bossier parishes are open again.
Shreveport/Bossier Hotel-Motel Tax Passes
After two previously-unsuccessful attempts, Representave Roy Burrell's bill to allow an increase in the Shreveport/Bossier hotel/motel occupancy tax has cleared the legislature.
Tea Party Express Endorses Rob Maness for U.S. Senate
A group called the Tea Party Express has been traveling around Louisiana today to announce its support for retired Colonel Rob Maness in his bid for the U.S. Senate.
Bossier City Swimming Pools Are Now Open for Summer 2014
Bossier City's municipal swimming pools opened today. But each has slightly different hours.
Shreveport Medical Students Publish Student Research Journal
What started out as a dream last year has now become a reality. A group of LSU Health Shreveport medical students has launched an international research journal published by students for students.
Shreveport Child Drowns in Cypress Lake
A Memorial Day outing at the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation Area in Benton has claimed the life of a 7-year-old Shreveport boy.
Caddo Sheriff’s Office to Host Fish Fry
Caddo Sheriff's Deputies are holding a fish fry to raise money for the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.
Grilling Tips from the American Red Cross
If you're going to be grilling outdoors this holiday weekend -- or at any time during the summer -- the American Red Cross has some tips to help make your grilling experience a safer one