Born and raised in Carencro/Lafayette, I've worked in the Lafayette market since 2007. My opportunity to work in radio came while I was a student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. I started my radio career as a part-time worker with ESPN 1420 AM, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Over my time here at Townsquare Media, I've hosted numerous sports and newstalk shows and have done newscasts for various Townsquare radio stations. I host "OFFSIDES" with Shannon Wilkerson from 4-6 PM on Mondays - Fridays. We enjoy talking social issues, politics, sports, and other news that matters with our listeners. In addition to this, I broadcast high school football for the Acadiana High Wreckin' Rams. I live in Lafayette with my beautiful wife, Hannah. I love traveling with her and enjoying our incredible area with her.
Oil Industry Expert Gives Analysis Following Attack On Saudi Arabian Oil Facilities
KPEL's Brandon Comeaux sits down with Adam Cooper, Chief Operating Officer for Quest Automated Services, to discuss what's being described as "the biggest oil disruption in history."
Departure From White House: Sarah Sanders Stepping Down
On Twitter, President Donald Trump announced Sarah Sanders is leaving her position of Press Secretary with the White House.
Opening Of Morganza Spillway “Postponed Indefinitely”
The Morganza Spillway will not be opened on Sunday as scheduled.
U.S. Senate Confirms Wendy Vitter For Judgeship
Wendy Vitter has been confirmed to be a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana by a 52-45 U.S. Senate vote.
How Did Louisiana’s Senators Vote On Trump’s Emergency Declaration?
President Donald Trump's emergency declaration for the southern border was rejected by the Republican-led U.S. Senate in a 59-41 vote.
3 Nominees From Louisiana Confirmed By U.S. Senate Committee
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has approved three of President Trump's nominees - all of them being from Louisiana.
Secretary Of State Tom Schedler Not Resigning
In a press conference on Wednesday, Secretary of State Tom Schedler announced he will finish out his current term and will not run for re-election in 2019.