Born and raised in Carencro/Lafayette, I've worked in the Lafayette market since 2007. My opportunity to work in radio came while I was a student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. I started my radio career as a part-time board operator, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Over my time here at Townsquare Media, I've hosted numerous sports and news talk shows and have done newscasts for various Townsquare radio stations. In addition to this, I broadcast high school football for the Acadiana High Wreckin' Rams. I live in Lafayette with my beautiful wife, Hannah. and my precious daughter, Adalynn. I love traveling with Hannah and enjoying our incredible area with her. I also love hanging out with my baby girl.
Ida on the Cusp of Becoming Cat 5 Hurricane
As of the 7 AM Advisory from the National Hurricane Center in Lake Charles, this monster storm is packing 150 mph winds with gusts of 165 mph. That's only 7 mph short of Ida having Category 5 intensity.
Hurricane Ida: Parish by Parish Breakdown of Expected Impacts
As we await Hurricane Ida's unwelcome arrival, residents across the Acadiana region and the state of Louisiana mainly want to know, "How will the hurricane impact me and my area?"
Report: FDA Could Give Pfizer Vaccine Full Approval on Monday
The U.S. Federal Drug Administration is aiming to give the 2-shot Pfizer vaccine full approval on Monday, a full two weeks ahead of their Labor Day deadline.
Parents: Your Child Tax Credit Payments Start Going Out Today
Earlier this year, stimulus payments as part of the American Rescue Act went out to qualified Americans. Now, parents can expect to start seeing child tax credits show up in their bank accounts starting on Thursday, July 15th.
Opelousas Man Facing Jail Time After Allegedly Impersonating a Lawyer
30-year-old Darrian Guillory of Opelousas now needs a lawyer after allegedly pretending to be one in order to get access to meet with an inmate.
Cassidy Tries Again with Bill to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses
You know the saying, "If it first you don't succeed, try, try again." That's what U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy is doing in his attempts to prevent hazing on college campuses.
Oven Used to Heat Lafayette Apartment Nearly Burns Down Kitchen
A mother and her teenage son had to get out of their Lafayette apartment on Wednesday after the oven being used to heat the living space apparently malfunctioned.
Governor Edwards to Receive First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
On Tuesday, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards will follow a big announcement about COVID vaccines by taking it himself.
Bars Lose in Lawsuit Against Governor Edwards’ COVID Restrictions
The Fifth US Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a group of bars in the Lafayette and the New Orleans areas who have asked the courts to block the governor’s coronavirus restrictions that have kept bars from opening during the pandemic.
Report: Lauren Daigle Wasn’t Scheduled to Play Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Celebration
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser accused Nola Mayor Latoya Cantrell of having the Christian singer taken off the show, but a report says she wasn't offered the gig.
Has President Donald Trump Conceded the Election?
The General Services Administration officially recognizes Joe Biden as the "apparent winner" of the Presidential Election.
Accidental Gunshot at NFAC March; Lafayette Man Arrested
A gun was accidentally discharged at today's NFAC protest march in Downtown Lafayette. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident.