I have been in radio for over 20 years, all here in the Lafayette market. I started working in radio shortly after being hired for a news internship with KPEL radio in 1994. Kpel was a station everybody in the family listened to when I was growing up in Lafayette. I love radio, news, politics and obviously talking! I knew news might be for me as a kid when someone asked me if I had a favorite television show, and I answered, “60 Minutes”. When I’m not cracking jokes, poking fun at myself, or giving the public their daily dose of news, I’m at home spending time with my husband Chief, and the world’s greatest dogs, Marlie and Gracie. They are precious. I am passionate about family, friends, my community, news and politics.
Lafayette Kindergarten Registration Is Online
They decided to do registration online because of the Coronavirus.
Share The Light For Healthcare Workers April 10
The sun will set at 7:33 p.m. on April 10.
Hit And Run Suspect Turns Herself In
The hit and run happened Sunday night at around 10 o'clock.
One Lane of I-10 Westbound Blocked
This is also the same area where there is road construction.
New Iberia Curfew for Minors
Any other changes will be announced.
Cases Of Coronavirus Confirmed in Lafayette
The number of Covid-19 cases in Louisiana continues to rise.
Multiple People Screened At Cajundome
The screening site at the Cajundome will be open daily until no one shows up anymore.
Changes For Tonight’s Lafayette Council Meetings
Seating in the auditorium will be limited tonight due to the need for social distancing.
City of St. Martinville Public Buildings Closing
When new information is available, city officials say they will alert the media.
CDC Says Cancel Or Postpone Events With Fifty Or More
The CDC recommends people wash their hands frequently.