Hello I am Erin McCarty! I am originally from Baton Rouge and I am a huge LSU fan. Geaux Tigers! I now call Shreveport home and have enjoyed working in radio for over 30 years. You can hear me doing the news on several of our stations each day. To hear more from you will need to tune into KEEL. I am half of the KEEL Morning Show team with Robert J Wright. Every weekday morning, we cover the hottest topics that impact our local, national and global communities. I am a proud mother of two sons. One is just out of the Marines and is in college in our area. My youngest son is still serving in the Marines.
All Hobby Lobby Stores to Close at 8pm Friday
Hobby Lobby is shutting the doors to all of its stores at 8pm Friday and workers will be furloughed without pay while our nation deals with this medical crisis.
Who Let the Goats Out in Captain Shreve Area?
A couple of goats are caught wandering around the Captain Shreve Neighborood.
Watch As Staff at WK Celebrate One Patient’s Recovery
Staff at WK Pierremont Health Center lined the halls to celebrate the first COVID-19 patient to improve and leave the ICU.
Nurses At Ochsner LSU Health Sing to Lift Spirits
We can all use a little pick-me-up these days. How thrilling is it to see these nurses at the Feist Weiller Cancer Center at Ochsner LSU Health sing 'Amazing Grace' to help lift up spirits and offer a sign of hope.
Circle K Is Closing Several Stores Including 3 in Louisiana
Circle K closes several stores, but will keep most open, for now.
Dr. Martha Whyte Shares the Story of Her Husband’s COVID-19 Diagnosis
Dr. Martha Whyte, Region 7 Director of the Office of Public Health joined us to talk about the latest on Coronavirus, but she also talked to us about her husband's positive diagnosis for COVID-19.
You’re Invited to a Virtual Church Service Tonight
A virtual interfaith prayer service is happening tonight on Facebook Live.
How Small Businesses Can Get Help Right Away
Help is here for small business owners, but you might want to jump on this quickly. The funds are expected to run out.
Domestic Violence on the Rise During Medical Crisis
This medical crisis is causing added stress for many families and this is resulting in a spike in domestic violence calls to police and the D.A's office.
Jobless Numbers Keep Climbing in Louisiana
More and more Louisiana residents are looking for help as they get laid off during this crisis.