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."
It’s Official: UL Requiring Students to Get COVID Vaccine
Students have a deadline of September 20th to receive the first dose of one of the COVID-19 vaccines.
5 Things We Miss About the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon
It's Labor Day. Pick up the phone and scroll through this trip down memory lane.
LDH Shuts Down Nursing Homes That Housed Patients in Warehouse
Seven patients died after being evacuated to the warehouse.
DOTD Secretary Gives Post-Ida Update on Roads, Infrastructure
Dr. Wilson discussed the challenges facing DOTD in the coming weeks including gas shortages and road and bridge damage,
Saints/Packers Game to Be Played In Jacksonville
So much for Dallas.
Report: Saints Planning to Be Away from NOLA for Extended Period
The Saints expect to play the first quarter of the season away from New Orleans.
Southeast Louisiana Leaders to Evacuees: Don’t Go Home Yet
Houma residents say the area looks like a "war zone."
VIDEO: Jeanerette Store Owners Cut Grass in Ida’s Winds
It all happened on live TV.
Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall
Curfews and evacuation orders remain in place.
Tropical Depression Forms in Caribbean Sea
That system is expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico as early as Friday.
LSU Mandating Vaccines for Students
Students may opt out, but they will be required to undergo regular COVID testing.
Deadline to Apply for Fishermen COVID Assistance Is Sunday
LDWF will soon begin accepting applications from fisherman and other fisheries workers for $12.4 million in federal coronavirus federal relief funds.