Born and raised in Carencro/Lafayette, Brandon Comeaux has worked in the Lafayette market since 2007. His opportunity to work in radio came while he was a student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Brandon started his radio career as a part-time worker with KPEL1420am ESPN Radio, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Brandon has hosted numerous sports shows on ESPN 1420 - from postgame scoreboard shows to sports talk shows. Eventually, Brandon also began producing and board operating for Newstalk 96.5 KPEL FM. He has also interim-hosted two shows on KPEL - Your Afternoon Drive Home and Acadiana's Morning News - while serving as a news anchor/reporter. Brandon also works as the producer for the Moon Griffon Show. In February 2017, Brandon teamed up with Shannon Wilkerson to host OFFSIDES, a talk show dedicated to discussing issues you deal with and discuss everyday. In addition to this, Brandon is one of the broadcasters for the Lafayette High Game of the Week on KPEL. Brandon lives in Lafayette with his beautiful wife, Hannah.
Complaint Filed Against Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope
Not four days after a short stint in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center, Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope now has a complaint filed against him.
Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Bust In St. Landry Parish
Mathew D. Hadley of Carencro may have been pulled over for illegal window tint, but it's the drugs allegedly found in his vehicle that has him in big trouble with the law.
New High School To Be Named “Southside High School”
The name was approved by an 8-1 vote.
Brian Pope Bonds Out Of Jail After Short Stay
Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has bonded out of the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center after being booked into the jail Monday morning, according to our news partners at KATC.
2 Females Accused Of Stealing Crawfish Tails From Piggly Wiggly In Scott
Not long after one alleged crawfish thief turns himself in, two more alleged crawfish thieves take the delicious seafood from Piggly Wiggly in Scott.
Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal Pleads Not Guilty In Iberia Inmate Beatings Case
Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal pleaded not guilty to civil rights violations at the Lafayette Federal Courthouse.
UPDATE – Shelter In Place Lifted In Bayou Teche
The shelter in place advisory for residents has been lifted after Louisiana State Police Haz Mat have evaluated the situation this morning.
Sentence Upheld In Seth Fontenot Case
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals is upholding the 13-month prison sentence handed down to Seth Fontenot for the death of 15-year-old Austin Rivault.
Early Voting Starts Saturday In Louisiana
We just recently had the Presidential Preference Primary elections earlier this month. Now, we have the 2016 Municipal General/Special Primary Election on April 9.
2 Dump Truck-Involved Crashes End In 2 Fatalities
Two separate crashes involving dump trucks resulting in two deaths for people on the other side of the massive vehicles.