I'm Dennis Foley and I can be heard on 710 KEEL Morning News and half-hourly during Rush Limbaugh. I was born in Islip, New York, and grew up on Long Island, NY, and in New Hampshire. I am an award-winning journalist who worked previously at WRHU-FM (Hempstead, NY), New Hampshire Public Radio (Concord, NH), ABC News (New York, NY), and WRIV (Riverhead, NY). I'm a sports fan, love talking politics, and working to make my community better and stronger!
Louisiana OMV Introduces Redesigned Driver’s License
There have been some minor changes to the Louisiana driver's license.
Valentine’s Day is Second Biggest Day for Restaurants
Valentine's Day is a big money day for retailers and businesses selling cards, candy, flowers and food.
Danger of Road Salt on Cars
It's drier and much warmer today after Shreveport-Bossier spent a couple days under a layer of ice. And to keep roads safe, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) workers used salt to melt ice.
Vitter: Louisiana Corruption Culture Affects Economic Development
Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin was convicted yesterday on 20 of his 21 corruption charges and Senator David Vitter says convictions like that are necessary.
What Is Freezing Fog?
This morning's key phrase: freezing fog. But what is freezing fog?
Louisiana Among Worst States for AP Exam Passage, Rate Improving
Louisiana ranks among the worst states for the number of students passing Advanced Placement exams, but outpaces the rest of the nation with an increasing number of students passing the exams.
Phil Robertson Ahead of Landrieu in Senate Race Poll
It's a tight race between Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican Congresman Bill Cassidy. But a new poll shows that if Phil Robertson ran against Landrieu, he'd be the favorite.
Airline High Graduate, Florida Sheriff’s Deputy Killed In Line Of Duty
An Airline High School graduate has died while working as an Orlando, Florida, area sheriff's deputy.
Shreveport Chipotle Opens This Wednesday
Shreveport! Chipotle is only a few days away!
Olympian Johnny Quinn Continues Having Door Problems in Sochi
It's bad luck to get stuck in a locked room once, but to have it happen twice? That's exactly what happened to Team USA bobsledder Johnny Quinn.