Born in Port Arthur, Texas, and left for good after graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School then attended Sam Houston State University on an athletic pass, eventually earning a BBA, RAB, and CRMC. Became a Broadcaster on 25 October 1976. Worked for a decade in environmental marketing for a company that cleaned up oil and hazardous materials spills inclusive of many in-plant maintenance projects in the Lake Charles area from 1993-2003. Spent time on oil spills and hazardous incidents that made national news, including the anthrax cleanup at the Central New York City Post Office, following the 911 attack. Broadcasting and media were always my first love and over the years, I've broadcast in Beaumont, Houston, Denver and Lake Charles. Hobbies include small engine repair and vintage lawnmower restoration, woodworking, gardening, and Astros baseball.
Childlike Ghosts Close Down Texas Cafe – Video
She started playing back her surveillance videos, and that's when the hair on the back of her neck stood up and her blood ran cold.
Louisiana Athletes Depart For Special Olympics
The Louisiana program alone offers year-round programs for some 15,106 children and adults throughout all 64 parishes.
McNeese Announces Coaching Addition
McNeese women's basketball will enter the 2018-19 season with a fresh face and new help with the guards and commitment to social media and community service. Wednesday women's head coach Kacie Cryer announced to the media that Katy, Texas native Brittany Biggott, who spent last season as a grad assistant at Wayne State (Masters in Sports Management) to the McNeese staff...
Pro Softball Featured at McNeese
The Scrap Yard, composed of over forty professionals, including former McNeese star Erika Piancastelli, will face the USA Nationals in the series.
May 2018 Was Hottest in 124 Years NOAA
We have a possibility of perhaps enduring the hottest summer on record so stay hydrated and drink lots of water.
Texan Cheerleaders are Suing the Team
The Texans aren't alone in the spotlight, recently other NFL franchises have been targets for cheerleader lawsuits, specifically the Saints and Dolphins.
CPSO: Sobriety Checkpoint Thursday May 31st
Drinking and operating a 5,000 lb modern automobile are frowned upon, today even self-driving cars are having accidents left and right.
Alberto Update: Storm Surge Watch
Storm surge expectations could peak at 2-4 if they occur during a time of a high tide.
New NFL Rule: No Kneeling for Anthem
"This season, all league and team personnel shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem."
No Tax on Storm Items This Weekend
The state thought it'd be great to offer a sales tax-free weekend to help us prepare for the upcoming Hurricane Season that begins officially on June 1st
Cowgirls End 2018 after Third Consecutive Conference Crown
The Bears Gia Rodini threw a no-hitter and allowed only three walks as Baylor ended the Cowgirls 2018 season 6-0 in College Station, Texas
Five Cool Louisiana Weekend Road Trips
Not every great vacation requires a plane ticket, there is so much to see and do here close to home.