Originally from Abbeville, I now call Lafayette home. When not filling in for Steve or Jaycee, I'm spending time with my beautiful family, working towards an MFA in Creative Writing, substitute teaching, and producing podcasts for various clients. When I have free time, I enjoy geeky pursuits like reading comic books, watching superhero, sci-fi, horror, and action movies and TV series, collecting related memorabilia, and hosting geek podcasts of my own.
If You Like Some Halloween In Your Christmas, You’ll Love These Christmas Horror Flicks
Christmas is 'the most wonderful time of the year,' even for a good scare.
Tornado Forms In Parking Lot Of Lafayette Business [VIDEO]
A brief but powerful tornado formed in the parking lot of a Lafayette auto store on Ashy Road, tossing a car before dissipating.
Higgins Defends Decision To Wear Uniform On Magazine
Clay Higgins has shared a public statement on recent events through Facebook.
UPDATE: All Lanes Open On Basin Bridge
The lane on the westbound side of the basin bridge just west of Ramah in Iberville Parish has re-opened, according to WBRZ.
KADN & KLAF Return To Cox Customers
Cox Communications has returned KADN and KLAF to the airwaves, as well as other affected channels.
Barricade Placement Schedule For Lafayette Mardi Gras 2016
The Lafayette Consolidated Government has released its barricade placement schedule so businesses, residents and travelers in the City of Lafayette can be best informed and plan accordingly.
Most Of Acadiana Under Tornado Watch Until 7 PM
Severe weather will roll through Acadiana this afternoon and evening, with tornadic activity possible.
Washington Cancels Mardi Gras Parade Without Explanation
The town of Washington has canceled its Mardi Gras parade, which was scheduled scheduled for 11 AM on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Youngsville Announces Mardi Gras Parade Grand Marshal
The city of Youngsville has hit a home run with its choice of Grand Marshal for the 2016 Youngsville Mardi Gras parade.
New Orleans Contractor Removing Confederate Statues Quits After Death Threats
The issue of whether or not Confederate monuments in New Orleans should stay or go has upset many people, but apparently none so much as those who threatened to kill the contractor hired to remove the monuments.