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.
Fort Polk Horses Could Have Genetic Link To The Conquistadors
Horses running wild at Fort Polk could be related to horses brought by the Spanish in the days of the Conquistadors.
Lane Closures Posted For I-10 Bridge In Lake Charles
Maintenance work will begin today affecting the eastbound lanes of travel through Lake Charles.
Missing Louisiana Woman May Have Jumped From Bridge
The missing woman's car was found abandoned on the I-210 bridge Tuesday night.
Tropical Formation In The Gulf Likely This Week
Forecasters believe a tropical depression could form in the Gulf by Thursday or Friday.
$10,000 Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Louisiana
The winning ticket matched four out of five numbers and the Mega Ball for a $10,000 win.
Models Indicate Tropical Development In The Gulf Next Week
At least one tropical forecast model is suggesting a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico by next week.
Get This Football, Support LSU Academics & Athletics
You can help out student-athletes and get a really cool addition to your memorabilia collection with this special edition LSU themed football.
Tropical Wave Expected To Move Into The Gulf Next Week
Tropical trouble could be brewing in the Gulf of Mexico by the middle of next week.
Brewery Set To Honor McNeese State With Custom Beer Can
A Louisiana based brewery is ready for some football by introducing McNeese Cowboy beer cans just in time for the home opener.
Lake Charles Actor Suing ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Over Fake Robbery
An actor did such a convincing job as a crook that the real police held him for questioning.
Reports: Houston Rockets To Train In Lake Charles
It looks as if the NBA team will be spending some time training at McNeese State University this fall.
Smart 911- Why You Need To Set That Up Today
Your phone can now tell first responders exactly where you need help when you're unable to do so.