I’m Brandon Michael, and I love radio. I have been pursuing this fevered dream for about 20 years now, and I still wake up every morning feeling blessed that I can do what I truly love. My personal mission is to change the world into the kind of place our kids can be proud of. I love Star Wars, possibly in an unnatural way. Empire Strikes Back was the first movie I ever saw in the theater and it changed my life! I am a huge video game junkie, and have been since the original Atari. I have been married to an incredibly beautiful and patient woman for more than 10 years. Tracy is the love of my life and obviously loves me enough to put up with my weirdness. I am the proud father to a smart and funny boy named Deacon and a beautiful baby girl named Isabelle.
Kindergarten Could Become Mandatory in Louisiana
Currently, Louisiana law requires schools to offer Kindergarten classes but parents aren't required to send their kids.
More Than 100 Miles of I-20 Outside of Shreveport has Been Closed
The Louisiana State Police cited the massive number of 18-wheelers getting stuck on this stretch of road as the reason they had to close it off.
LSU Shreveport Researcher Discovers 7 Coronavirus Variants
The Virus is changing.
Non-Stop Flights to LA From Shreveport Coming This Summer!
I hope the streets of Los Angeles are ready for a Ratchet City takeover!
Great Raft Wants You to Drink Beer for Dogs!
Nothing beats having some suds with your best bud - and no one is a better friend than your dog
The Barstool Fund Has Helped a 2nd Shreveport/Bossier Business
The Barstool fund was founded on December 17th of last year, and so far has raised around $33 million and helped close to 200 businesses keep their doors open.
Herby K’s Receives Pandemic Donation From the Barstool Fund
The donation was awarded after the local favorite was nominated by the Margaritaville Casino.
The U.S. Air Force Just Made a Major Change to Its Hair Policy
Starting in February of this year, things at Barksdale Air Force Base are about to get a lot hairier.
Louisiana School Enrollment is Down Almost 17,000 – Here’s Why
The drop in filled desks this school year goes well beyond the expected parameters.
2nd Deadliest Day of the Pandemic Just Recorded in Louisiana
The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over