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.
Shreveport Homicides Are Now At 25 For 2022
So far in 2022, 96% of Shreveport homicides have been shootings.
La Supreme Court Rules COVID Restriction Violated First Amendment
The Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that the COVID era pandemic restrictions put in place by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards violated the First Amendment of the US Constitution
Shreveport Crossbow Killer Found Guilty of Manslaughter
The man convicted on a lesser charge had a lengthy criminal record, and admitted to the killing
Texas Attorney General Bans Some Instagram Filters
Instagram users in Texas were probably a little confused when some of their app became unavailable.
Shreveport Police Find Multiple Assault Rifles During Drug Bust
The bust included half a dozen guns, and over 3,000 pills
With Shreveport Pools In Turmoil, LDH Says Child Drownings Are Up
A dire warning as the City of Shreveport makes a related change
Here Are The 10 Closest National Parks to Shreveport
How many National Parks could you make it to this summer if you wanted to make some road trips?
Caddo Parish District Attorney May Be Breaking Law In Fight With Reporter
Courts have ruled that what the Caddo Parish District Attorney's Office is doing is against the law.
Here’s How A Texas Resident Helped Doctor Strange Save The MCU
How did someone from Texas help Doctor Strand in the multiverse?
Three Men Injured In Reported Gas Explosion In Webster Parish
An explosion near Cotton Valley sent three men to the hospital, two of them by air