Wake up with us every morning from 6:00 until 10:00 a.m. for the best country music, local news, traffic and weather. Gary McCoy I've been fortunate enough to spend most of my life here in Kiss Country. Delivered by old Dr. Flake in Shreveport, Mom and Dad hauled me back to Blanchard as quick as they could; before the "city" ever got a chance to ruin me. Now, Haughton is home with "Wife Julie" and my sons, Buddy, Craig and Colt. Julie K My family means everything to me! I have two dogs: a cocker spaniel Balla Poo, and my little stray Nugget. They are my babies and are spoiled rotten. On my off time, I enjoy watching football (Go Cowboys!), attending NASCAR races (Go Junior!), working out at the gym and finally reading romance novels in the tub. What can I say -- I'm a chick.
Gary and Julie
Trunk or Treat For Awesome Prizes at Boo Under The Bridge
If you haven't heard, under the Texas Street Bridge on October 25th we are having a FREE Halloween event for kids called Boo Under The Bridge Presented by Metro PCS. And we are offering up a chance for you to not only put smiles on some children's faces, but you can also score some great prizes like a $250 dollar gift card to Wal-Mart and all you have to do is enter in our Trunk or Treat contest.
Downtown Shreveport to Hold Zombie Walk October 18
Who's ready to walk with the "undead?" It doesn't matter how "dead" YOU might be, the zombies are anxious to see you Saturday, October 18 in downtown Shreveport! It's the annual Downtown Shreveport Zombie Walk!
Walk to End Alzheimer’s This Saturday October 11th at the Louisiana Boardwalk
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research and it’s coming to the Louisiana Boardwalk this weekend. The event held in more than 600 communities annually including right here in Bossier City, invites people of all ages to come out and participate this weekend.
New Orleans Pelicans and Dallas Mavericks to Play at Centurylink Center
NBA fans are in for a huge treat later this month as the Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans will play their final NBA sanctioned pre-season game for the year at the CenturyLink Center.
Byrd Lady Jackets Softball to Host Sporting Clay Shoot
The C.E. Byrd High School Lady Jackets Softball team is hosting its 11th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot at the Shreveport Gun Club this Saturday, October 11, beginning at 8:00 am rain or shine.
Operation Santa Claus 5K Was Huge Success
Thanks to everyone who came out yesterday for the Operation Santa Claus 5K. What an awesome group of people to run with!
Shreveport Firefighters Take the Heat and Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness
For the third year, the Shreveport Fire Department will once again "Go Pink" to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Bike Poker Run – ALS Benefit For Ken Serpas November 1
Friends of Ken Serpas and family will be holding a huge motorcycle poker run for his benefit on November 1 starting at Harley Davidson of Bossier City.
Haughton High to Hold “Red Out” For Coach Rodney Guin
This Friday, October 3, fans will gather for a special home game at Haughton High stadium to see match-up between Haughton High School and St. Mary Natchitoches football teams. This year’s American Heart Association "Red Out" game will honor Coach Rodney Guin.
Brew – Shreveport’s Beer Festival Coming October 18
Since 2009, Shreveport has held it's own beer festival each year, and it's almost time to celebrate again! It's our version of Octoberfest, with a Louisiana twist!! Mark your calendar for October 18 from 2:00 pm through 6:00 PM at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport.
Caddo Sheriff to Hold Fish Fry Fundraiser to Benefit Angel Tree Program
How about some fresh fried fish for lunch this Friday? Sounds like a plan doesn't it! Put your tastebuds on notice that the fish is coming!
National Night Out Next Tuesday October 7th
National Night Out is taking place next Tuesday in both Bossier and Caddo Parishes. In Bossier and Caddo the Night Out will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Residents in neighborhoods throughout Bossier City and Shreveport are asked to turn on outside lights and spend an evening outside with neighbors and police.