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 who both serve our country and I have a dog, Tiger, who keeps me on my toes.
Burn Bans Extended for Several Local Areas
Burn bans remain in effect in several communities in Northwest Louisiana because of this heat.
Dramatic Video of Rescue of Man from Burning Truck on I-49
We can not say thank you enough to police officer and firefighters. But when I watched this amazing video, I truly do want to offer sincere appreciation for all that they do.
25-Year-Old Woman Arrested in Brutal Burning Murder of Baby
The State Fire Marshal along with Natchitoches Police have arrested a Natchitoches woman in connection with the homicide of a 6-month-old baby boy.
Places We’d Like to See Renovated and Reopened in Downtown Shreveport
I recently traveled around downtown Shreveport to take a look at some of the changes along Texas Street and other areas. It is nice to see all the activity on Texas Street.
Shreveport Opens Cooling Stations as Temps Heat Up
The City of Shreveport has opened cooling centers around town to help residents deal with the heat.
Louisiana Roads VS Texas Roads – Watch the Difference
The overlay of I-20 in West Shreveport has been going on for a couple of months, but there is still plenty of work to be done.
BREAKING: Plane Crash at Shreveport’s Downtown Airport
No one hurt when a plane made a crash landing just north of Shreveport's Downtown Airport this morning.
Duponts Closed by Health Department – See Inspection Reports for Your Favorite Restaurant
Dupont Fish Market on Market Street has been shut down by state officials. Health inspectors found numerous health code violations that they deemed unsafe and dangerous to the public.
Alert Issued about Dust Cloud Approaching Louisiana
If things look muggy out there today, you might be able to attribute it to a dust cloud that is approaching the state.
No City Money Will Be Spent on Urban Film Festival
The controversy over city funding for an urban film festival takes a new turn.
Should Caddo Lake Be Named a National Heritage Area?
Caddo Lake could soon become a National Heritage Area, but some residents have lots of questions about this proposal.
Shreveport Dog Park Turns 1
I can remember this day so vividly. My boy Tiger was with me and we were among the first in the gate when the Shreveport Dog Park opened for business.