Mike is a Shreveport native and Northwood High School graduate. He is is an award-winning, 40 year veteran in the local theatre community and on the radio.
Historic Monument Site Now Just a Hole in the Ground
Confederate Monuments have been destroyed or dismantled across the country including a Monument to North Carolina Women of the Confederacy in Raliegh, North Carolina, to a Confederate soldier grave marker in Silver Spring Maryland.
Crumbl Cookies Coming to Shreveport
Crumbl Cookie is the fastest growing cookie bakery with over 300 locations across 36 states. They started with chocolate chip, and still offer it in their menu, but that menu changes weekly
A Shreveport Economic Collapse? City Leader Says It’s Coming Soon
Councilwoman Fuller predicts some homeowners are becoming disenfranchised and will leave the city. Find out why here.
Shreveport-Bossier Deadbeat Dads Who Owe More Than $100,000
KEEL News recently checked on men who are woefully behind on taking care of their own children.
Should Shreveport Administration Lift the Recycling Surety Bond?
So the city of Shreveport is awarding a nearly $10 million dollar contract to a company with no experience, no personnel, and no equipment, and telling them they don't have to provide a guarantee that city of Shreveport tax payers are covered by, at a minimum, a surety bond.
Today Declared Ozone Action Day Across Louisiana
The DEQ encourages everyone, especially those with allergies and asthma to limit outdoor activities today
Beloved Downtown Shreveport Restaurant & Bar Returning
After being closed for a while, the legendary Shreveport eatery appears to have found new life.
Spend Your 2nd Saturday With Art in Downtown Shreveport
Well if you weren't aware that downtown Shreveport is an apparent treasure trove of local and international art, you should take part in a new feature the Downtown Development Authority is kicking off called Second Saturday.
What is the Stench in One Shreveport Neighborhood?
Residents are concerned the rotting fish, along with the stagnant water are creating, not just an eyesore, but also health hazards, including additional vermin and mosquitoes.
21 Shreveport Restaurants We’re Sad Are Gone
Over the years, Shreveport has had some wonderful local oases for the discerning, (and not so discerning) palates. It was really sad when they tore down Taco Mania recently, and got us thinking about the rich history of Shreveport's dining.
No More Free Ride for EV & Hybrid Vehicle Owners
But if you drive an electric vehicle, you don't pay for gas. And if you drive a hybrid, you're not buying as much gas. So EV & hybrid drivers aren't paying those taxes, or aren't paying enough, according to the state.
My Top 5 Best Movies Filmed in Shreveport
One thing I liked about The Highwaymen, was the fact that they didn’t glorify the outlaws at all. In fact, they were rarely focused on, and hardly ever even shown on screen. The story was told from the perspective of… well… The Highwaymen, portrayed brilliantly by Kevin Costner and Woody Harrellson.