My name is Bruce Mikells. Some of the things I enjoy most are reading those long receipts from the drug store, making ceramic statues of cheese, and folding fitted sheets. I have made guest appearances on Happy Days, McMillan and Wife, and Rescue 911. In each case I played a dead body.
Louisiana Sheriff Says ‘Don’t Park in the Ocean’
Rising ocean tides and soft sand have caught some Louisiana coastal campers off guard this spring. Here's how you can avoid a similar fate.
Timing Today’s Severe Weather Threat in Lafayette and Acadiana
The threat of strong storms moves into the area later tonight but should move out of the area by Saturday morning.
Yet Another Preseason Forecast Predicts Active Hurricane Season
Forecasters at Colorado State University say Louisiana's coastline has a 50% chance of experiencing a landfalling hurricane this season.
Severe Weather Threat Returns to Acadiana on Friday
Strong storms will move back into South Louisiana by late in the day Friday bringing with them another threat of severe weather.
Carnival Could Pull Ships From US Ports Over CDC Protocols
The cruise line says the CDC guidelines for cruise ships are more demanding than those for other modes of transportation.
Louisiana Sports Wagering Revenue Allocation to be Debated
Where will the money generated from sports wagering in Louisiana be spent? The legislature will debate that as part of the upcoming session.
Rail Service Between Baton Rouge and NOLA Part of Biden Plan
The proposed rail line would make travel between the Capital City and the Crescent City a lot easier and more cost-effective for many Louisiana residents.
Lake Charles Mayor Still Pushing FEMA for Housing Assistance
Mayor Nic Hunter says FEMA's temporary housing timeline has improved but it still not fast enough.
Alabama Currently Blocking Amtrak Plans Between NOLA and Mobile
The route along the northern Gulf Coast has been closed since 2005's Hurricane Katrina.
Severe Weather Threat Should Stay North of Lafayette and Acadiana
The stronger storms won't be arriving until much later tonight but they should move out of the area before sunrise on Thursday.