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. One is just out of the Marines and is in college in our area. My youngest son is still serving in the Marines.
Shreveport Hurricane Shelter Now Housing Nearly 1,000 People
Nearly 1,000 people are staying at Shreveport shelter on Jewella.
Violent Shootout Leaves Shreveport Teen Dead, Others Wounded
A deadly shooting over the weekend leaves a 13-year-old dead and three other young people wounded.
Here Are Ways You Can Remember 9/11 in Shreveport Bossier
We mark the 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. Here are some local events you might want to attend.
Watch Terrifying Moments after Shreveport Woman’s Car Is Shot Up
Woman's car is shot several times at Bert Kouns and Youree Drive.
Shreveport Chief Says ‘All Sworn Officers’ Will Work Some Hours On Patrol
Shreveport Chief Wayne Smith says all sworn officers will have to work 4-8 hours on patrol each week.
Louisiana Boy Drowns in Gulf of Mexico Near Destin, Florida
Louisiana hurricane evacuee drowns in Gulf of Mexico near Destin, Florida.
Watch the Latest LSU Hype Video – It’s Game Time!
It is time for some football. Watch the latest LSU hype video as we get ready for UCLA on Saturday.
2 Pediatric Covid Deaths Are Reported in Louisiana
The Louisiana Department of Health has now confirmed the deaths of two children younger than age 18 during the fourth surge of COVID-19 in the state.
Stations in South Louisiana Are Running Out of Fuel
One of the primary reasons the Governor and other state leaders are urging evacuees not to try to return home is the limited supply of gas.
Some Looting Is Reported in New Orleans – Mayor Says ‘Lock em Up’
There have been some reports of looting in New Orleans since Ida moved through our state and the entire city is without power.
Gator Attacks and Kills a Man in Flood Waters in South Louisiana
A tragic gator attack on the north shore of New Orleans.
Agencies Need Help Now for Victims of Ida in Louisiana
Several agencies need help to get assistance to victims of the hurricane. Here's how you can help.