Hello it's Chris Dee! It's an honor and privilege to be able to talk to you on Kiss Country 93.7! I was born and raised in Los Angeles, but moved to Shreveport in July 2010 after a short stint of living and working in radio in Monroe. And I will honestly say, there is no greater place than Shreveport in the country! I'm very grateful to have had the opportunities that I've had. Aside from being on Kiss Country, I am also the stadium public address announcer for Lee Hedges Stadium in South Shreveport. Before Lee Hedges, I held the same position with the now defunct Shreveport-Bossier Captains for their last season here in 2011. I try and have as much fun as possible, so I guarantee you will run into me somewhere in this beautiful town. Stop me and say hello!
Storm Arising? Huge Penalties Expected for Penn State Soon
For a Sunday morning that is just beginning for many in State College, Pennsylvania many wish this day could already end! Just a few moments ago, the process to remove Joe Paterno's statue from Penn State's football stadium has begun. Also announced, lingering penalties soon to be announced by the NCAA that will turn the Penn State athletic department upside down.
Statue of Late Penn State Coach Joe Paterno Ordered Down
The alumni, fans, and citizens of the Penn State Nittany Lions community have something new to stress, or rejoice over: the removal of Joe Paterno's statue. This removal will no less, eliminate any ties or memories of the man many looked up to and worshiped for many years.
Three Time ‘Professor Of The Year’ & Community Icon Wayne Hogue OUT At LSU-Shreveport [INTERVIEW]
Longtime professor and an icon known throughout all of North Louisiana, Wayne Hogue was recently let go from LSU-Shreveport! Hogue has the title of Professor of the Year (for three consecutive years), and he's the originator of the widely successful Black Tie Or Not Ball, that raises well over $10,000 annually for the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission! So, wait, why is this happening?!
Athletics Walk Off A Winner
The Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics decided to wait until the absolute last minute to finish the game! If you blinked, you most likely missed they walk off homer that was hit to end the game.
Pick Six: Roy Oswalt Strikes Out Six, In 6-1 Victory Over Athletics
Texas Rangers' starting pitcher Roy Oswalt, was able to strike out six Oakland Athletics batters with his 57 MPH curveball! Besides that, Oswalt was able to dominate batters just as he did when he was a young pitcher on the rise for the Houston Astros!
Rangers Win 2 Out Of 3 In Seattle
After getting a close victory inside Seattle's Safeco Field, and a blowout loss on Saturday, the Rangers were looking to make their grueling West Coast road trip much happier. Behind Scott Feldman, the Rangers got what they wanted.
Drew Brees Gets What He Deserves: Saints And Brees Agree On A Deal
Drew Brees will have a little extra money to fool around with this season. How much is he getting?
The Late Joe Paterno On Not Reporting Sandusky To Police, “I Didn’t Know Exactly How To Handle It…” [FREEH REPORT RELEASED]
The long awaited report put together by former FBI director Louis Freeh is finally released! This was the most important piece of the puzzle that was missing for such a long time. This report details, in full, what exactly took place in the locker rooms of Penn State University, who was there, and how it could've been prevented.
National Blowout: National League Dominates American League
In a game where we witnessed a team get shut out for the first time since the 1996 All-Star Game, the game, believe it or not, was exciting. The National League, with a little "help" from Chipper Jones before the game, let it be known they want home field advantage in the World Series!
Prince Fielder: King Of The Home Run Derby
Monday night was a bomb-tastic night for the Home Run Derby, the signature event in preparation for Tuesday night's All-Star Game in Kansas City. While this derby, or perhaps any other derby for the rest of our lives will not top the 41 long balls jacked by then Phillies great Bobby Abreu in 2005, this show had some great fireworks too!