I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but I have lived in the Ark-La-Tex for a long time. I am a graduate of Bossier Parish Community College with a degree in Broadcasting. After graduating from BPPC, I continued my education at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. I graduated from LSUS with a degree in Journalism. I have been a member of the Townsquare Media/Shreveport family for many years, and I have worn several hats in the office. You can hear me on KEEL radio each weekday morning. I am the producer for the Robert and Erin show. While I do a lot of work behind the scenes to make the show happen each day, I also get to join the conversation and provide my input on the topics we cover each day. On a personal level, my interests include music and learning about the history of our community. On our website, you will find that I enjoy writing articles about my interests as well as news that impacts the Ark-La-Tex. Make sure to listen to Robert & Erin each weekday morning and follow KEEL News on our social media platforms.
Louisiana Native Ed Reed Prepares to Enter NFL Hall of Fame
Ahead of his trip to Canton, Reed returned home.
Louisiana Loses Another Musical Icon
"Poppa Funk" has passed away at 81.
You Could Soon Own One of Elvis’ Vehicles
One of these vehicles could have been driven by the King right here in Shreveport!
65 Years Ago Today Elvis Presley Becomes “The King”
Today is a very important day in music history.
Highland Jazz & Blues Fest Announces Stacked Line-up
From local heroes to national stars, Highland has it all.
Dak Prescott Comes Back Home
Dak has a busy day including a youth football camp and receiving major honor.
The Complicated Legacy of Sam Cooke
Shreveport's Mayor apologized for Cooke's treatment in 1963 but many believe he doesn't deserve it.
Does Dak Prescott Deserve 34 Million Dollars a Year?
The Haughton Alum is negotiating a new deal with the Cowboys.
Mayor Perkins Issues Apology To Sam Cooke’s Family
The Mayor apologizes for the horrific incident Cooke endured in Shreveport in 1963.
New Orleans Legend Dr. John Has Died
The New Orleans native was 77.
Governor Edwards Signs Solan’s Law
The new law offers alternative ways to handle troubled juveniles.
Louisiana Patients Are Still Waiting For Medical Marijuana
The drug is expected to hit pharmacies in June...but will that actually happen?