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.
Post Shutdown Anxiety is a Reality for Many in Louisiana
For many, the lifting of shutdowns means having to go back outside into an uncertain environment. There is help available in Louisiana.
10 Television Catchphrases – Do You Remember the Show?
See how well you remember some of the most popular phrases ever uttered on television. We'll give you the phrase, you tell us the show.
Sports Betting Likely to Appear on Louisiana Ballot in November
It appears likely that Louisiana voters will get the chance to approve or disapprove sports wagering as a ballot initiative this Fall.
New Iberia Man Killed in Two-Vehicle Crash Thursday Morning
The crash happened at the intersection of LA 88 and Freemin Road Thursday morning.
Potential For Tropical Development in the Gulf Next Week
Tropical weather models are developing a low-pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico next week. That could be a cause for concern by next Wednesday or Thursday.
Social Distancing Procedures Discussed for Saints Superdome Games
Current COVID-19 guidelines would only allow about 13,000 fans in the stands compared to over 74,000 in a non-pandemic year.
Two Lafayette Schools Under Investigation for LHSAA Violations
Pictures and videos turned into the LHSAA have now reportedly implicated 10 Louisiana schools, including two in the Lafayette area for early practice violations.
Louisiana Has Marginal Risk of Severe Storms Today
There's still a threat of strong storms in South Louisiana today. By this weekend we'll be complaining about the heat.
Sextortion Email Scams Reported in Acadiana
If you've received an email threatening to expose your online browsing choices, don't worry, it really is a scam. Here's what you need to do.
Shrimping Season Finally Underway in Southwest Louisiana Zone
The shrimping season finally got underway for the Southwest Louisiana Zone early yesterday. It's expected to run for about four to five weeks.