I've had the great fortune of working in Acadiana my entire radio career. And that's a good thing since I speak the language! I'm married to the lovely Ms. Alli and together we have an amazingly cool son named Hayden and an amazingly bad dog named Kyreaux. In my spare time I enjoy playing the spoons, eating things that were "swimming in the waters this morning", guffawing and calf-roping with George Strait.
Pine-Sol Approved by EPA to Kill Coronavirus on Surfaces
A product of Clorox Company, Pine-Sol was tested by a third-party laboratory and proved to be effective against the virus with a "10-minute contact time on hard non-porous surfaces."
FEMA Has Put $84 Million in Hands of Louisiana Residents After Hurricane Laura
While the rebuilding process always seems to be a frustrating one after major storms, the heaviest hit parts of Louisiana are slowly getting back on its feet post-Hurricane Laura.
10 Funniest Louisiana Town Names
This state of ours always keeps us entertained, that's for sure.
High School Football in Louisiana to Start October 8-10
It appears to be just a formality now that high school football in Louisiana will begin October 8-10.
7 Best Lazy Rivers to Enjoy in Louisiana
We obviously are still in the thick of summer here in south Louisiana and many of us are looking for ways to keep cool. That can often be a tough task here, especially if you want to enjoy some of the great outdoors.
New Flavor of Girl Scout Cookies Has Been Revealed
Girl Scout Cookie buying season is still a few months away but that's not stopping the organization from getting us hyped by announcing a new flavor.
FDA Approves New Saliva Test Which Gets Results in Under Three Hours
There may be a bit of a breakthrough in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization for a saliva test.
Researchers Discover That COVID-19 Symptoms Appear in This Order
Researchers at the University of Southern California say that they've found that symptoms of COVID-19 tend to appear in a particular order.
These Are the 10 Tallest Buildings in Louisiana
Louisiana is not exactly known for its tall buildings. I mean, we don't have huge skyscrapers as you'll find in cities such as New York City and the like.
Two LSU Doctors Working on Less Invasive COVID Test
There may be a less invasive and more comfortable test coming soon. Two Baton Rouge researchers have developed a saliva test to track coronavirus infections.