Hi I am Greg Atoms! I have been working in radio for well over a decade, everything from music, to sports talk, to news. Throughout my career I have been honored with a handful of accolades, including a national Program Director of the Year Award. I am also the founder of Geek’d Con. Geek’d Con is the fastest growing comic con style event in Louisiana! Outside of radio I enjoy attending sporting events and collecting sports memorabilia. My favorite piece in my collection is probably the bat handle I won in a bet/argument against former Houston Astro Morgan Ensberg at the 2005 MLB All-Star Game.
The Last Time Centenary Made The Cut For March Madness
Centenary has an amazing history of athletics, and its right under our nose in Shreveport, but for many, it just seems like a fading memory.
Three Men Indicted for Murder in the Death of a SPD Officer
A Caddo Parish Grand Jury has returned incitements for 2nd Degree Murder against three men in the shooting death of Shreveport Police Officer Chateri Payne.
Geek’d Con 2019 Tickets Prices Announced
Geek'd Con returns to the Shreveport Convention Center August 16th, 17th, and 18th for our 5th weekend of geek fun in downtown Shreveport.
LSU Men Bounced From SEC Basketball Tournament by Florida
The LSU Tiger's Men's Basketball team entered the SEC Tournament as the #1 seed, but ended up losing in their first game to Florida, 76-73.
Shreveport One of the 20 Unhappiest Cities in the United States
Shreveport got happier over the last year. So what did the city do?
Over 30 Shreveport Fire Units at Apartment Complex Fire
Over 30 Shreveport Fire Department units were dispatched to the Corner Stone Apartments in Shreveport tonight.
Shreveport Business Owner Makes Racially Charged Facebook Post
A local business owner refers to a Bossier City man as an "ape" on social media
LSU Suspends Basketball Coach Will Wade Indefinitely
LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva and LSU President F. King Alexander have released a joint statement, suspending LSU Head Men's Basketball Coach Will Wade.
Bossier Parish Schools Settle Religious Lawsuit, Must Make Changes
The court ruled that because Bossier Parish Schools violated the law, they would have to pay the legal and lawyer fees for Americans United.
Court Rules in Favor of Caddo Parish Over Confederate Monument
The court ruled "with prejudice" against the United Daughters of the Confederacy