I'm just an average man with an average life. Oh, wait. That's already been used in a song. Anyway, I'm a Lafayette native, graduate of Beau Chêne High School and Princeton University, and a lifelong (mostly suffering) New Orleans Saints fan. Growing up, I wanted to be the world heavyweight champion. I've at least attained heavyweight status. I've been told that if I were a wrestler, I'd be called the "Hot Mess Express."
Report: Networks Courting Drew Brees to Be Commentator
Drew Brees hasn't yet said if he's retiring or returning to play for the New Orleans Saints next season, but that's not stopping potential future employers from reaching out to the quarterback.
Woman Gives Possibly The Dumbest “Family Feud” Answer Ever
A woman competing on the Canadian version of the venerable game show may have topped them all with an answer she gave on an episode that ran earlier this week.
Be Mindful Of Veterans When Popping Fireworks This New Year
According to the Marine Corps Community Services, unexpected fireworks blasts could trigger veterans living with PTSD.
Acadiana Native Explains Cajun Christmas To Oklahomans
An old friend of ours summed up why Louisiana Christmases are better than celebrations elsewhere.
LISTEN: Santa Claus Gives Update Before Christmas Ride
Santa was gracious enough to give us a few minutes of his time to give an update on his work and what the children of Acadiana can expect tomorrow.
Cecilia, Arnaudville Schools Closed Early Because of Power Outage
Cecilia Primary, Cecilia Junior High, and Arnaudville Middle Schools dismissed early today because of that power outage.
NORAD Santa Tracker Site Ready for Big Day
If you have children who just can't wait for jolly ol' St. Nick to make his visit, our friends at NORAD have the perfect way to help them get ready for Christmas Day.
Missing Opelousas Teen Found Safe
KATC reports that Jaydon Burns was found earlier today.
Cows Don’t Come Home; They Go To Brewery
A herd of cattle go out for a beer, and it's no joke.
Newspaper Ad Shows Lafayette Used To Take Wrestling Way Too Seriously
Back in the day, Lafayette wrestling fans believed in kayfabe a little too much.