I was born in Boston and raised in San Jose. I lived in New Orleans for a year or two before settling in Lake Charles in 1982. I am happily married with two beautiful children and am a graduate of Lake Charles-Boston High School and Delta School of Business. I got my first gig at KXZZ. I was a member of the original and very first air-staff at KZWA before joining the staff here at KJMH 107 Jamz. I’ve been lucky enough to have had two syndicated shows in my career. I did this, all while maintaining a live show here in Lake Charles. In all, I’ve been a member of the 107 Jamz staff since we first went on the air on August 7, 2000. I am grateful to have had such longevity in a career I love.
Louisiana City Ranked in America’s Top 10 Greenest And Not So Green Cities To Work In
The world's largest customer contact provider, Moneypenny, researched 100 American cities to find which ones are taking proactive measures to save our planet.
LSU Vaccine Mandate: Students That Don’t Comply Will Be Unenrolled
LSU administrators aren't playing any games letting unvaccinated students know if they don't comply with the school COVID mandate, they have to go somewhere else.
COVID Cases Surging In Louisiana Among The Unvaccinated
If you haven't been vaccinated against the coronavirus, you may seriously want to reconsider. Don't play Russian Roulette with your life!
Follow-up On Overturned Boat Off Louisiana Coast
Ronnie Adams from “Swamp People” posted a couple of videos on Facebook displaying the life jackets, hard hats, and other debris.
More Than 30 U.S. Universities Make COVID Vaccination Mandatory
More and more higher learning institutions are making it mandatory for students to be vaccinated against the coronavirus shot.
IRS Offers Tax Break for Winter Storm Victims
Uncle Sam said victims of the February winter storms have until June 15 to file their individual or business tax returns and make tax payments.
23 Louisiana Parishes Eligible for FEMA Winter Storm Relief
If you incurred damage from the February 2021 winter storm, you may be eligible for FEMA assistance.
Black Inventors Who Changed The World: Thomas L. Jennings
Meet the man who invented the method of dry scouring garments. Best known as dry cleaning, Jennings became the first Black man to receive a US patent in 1821.
Parades Canceled: NOLA Celebrates Mardi Gras With House Floats
No pandemic will stop New Orleans from celebrating Mardi Gras. Residents are showing off their carnival spirit after parades and balls have been canceled.
Dr. Dre Health Condition Update
Dr. Dre is said to be undergoing several tests so doctors can get to the root of what caused the star to have a brain aneurysm Monday afternoon.
Haunted High School In Louisiana
Some folks claim the old Ellerbe Road School in Caddo is haunted. Care to take a stroll to see for yourself?
Broadband Coming To 176,000 Residents Living in Rural Louisiana
Soon rural Louisianians will have access to the broadband network, thanks to a $342 million dollar federal project, the FCC's Rural Digital Opportunity Fund.